October 2015

Vanguard Positions and Internships

I am reaching out because Vanguard is looking for additional students for our Technology Leadership Program, IT Developer position, and IT College to Corporate Internship.

Vanguard has been impressed by the students we've hired from USC in the past, so we are hoping more students would be interested in applying this year! It would be greatly appreciated if you could forward this information to any students you have in mind or send an email blast to encourage students in an IT related field to apply.

Student Project Seeking Collaborators

My name is Drew Keever. I am a sophomore here at USC. My friend, Jason Friedman, and I have been researching and planning a complex mobile application. Although, neither of us know any programming languages, nor do we even know where to begin with developing an idea such as this. Therefore, we are seeking a developer or a group of developers to help us cultivate this idea. We want this application to allow users on both iOS and Android mobile devices. We want this application to contain location based services.

Tech Recruiter: Various Positions

We are hiring 4 entry level soft engineers, this is regarding C Lang, embedded systems firmware, re RF, wireless products technologies, the salary is 64k plus benefits bonus, financial relocation package provided for if candidate needs, location Atlanta Ga.

Please forward resumes, inquiries, emails to

Michael
770 433 8507

Summer Internships at UGA

Bill Savidge at the Skidaway Institute of Oceanography at the University of George is looking to hire 3-4 summer undergrad interns to work on a lab and modeling project on fluid exchange in permeable sediments. A little translation: "fluid exchange in permeable sediments" means the exchange of ocean water and sub-seafloor porewater back and forth across the seafloor due to processes like currents and density gradients. These processes move a lot of water around on continental shelves, with important biogeochemical consequences, and there's a lot still to learn about this.