At the Gateways 2016 conference poster session, students were able to share their research and get feedback from gateway professionals.

Nurturing the next generation of gateway users and developers

Our student-focused programs run by Workforce Development offers students access to the mentoring, career development, internships, and workshops that students need for pursuing a career building or using science gateways. In particular, the Young Professionals Network brings together undergraduate and graduate students, researchers, and educators to support each other’s growth in the field of gateway development and use.

2020 Programs

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, student programs will be offered in virtual formats. Please apply for the program you're interested in, and we'll update you directly as details become available.

Workshop:  We are offering a four-week Coding Institute June 1-26, 2020 June 29–July 31, 2020, at Elizabeth City State University. The application has closed.

Internships for students:  Students are invited to apply for a 2020-2021 Academic-Year Internship (the Summer 2020 application has closed)

Internship hosts: Gateway projects interested in hosting an intern during the academic year can recommend a specific student or ask to be matched with a student applicant. 

HACKATHON@PEARC20: In conjunction with PEARC20, SGCI is sponsoring a Hackathon to challenge up-and-coming programmers for tomorrow's science gateways. 

Young Professional of the Year Award

The SGCI Young Professional of the Year award acknowledges young professionals for notable achievement in the advancement of science gateways. YP of the Year applicants (or those being nominated for YP of the Year) should apply by August 6, 2020 August 14, 2020.

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