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I'm Leroy Clarke, College Recruiting Manager at JPMorganChase. I'm still recruiting college juniors for our Technology Summer internship Development Program. The paid internship program is 10 weeks, (June - August) and is based in Tampa. If aware of candidates graduating in December 2011 or May/June 2012 that would be interested in this summer internship program opportunity, please have them contact with their updated resume to Leroy.Clarke@jpmorgan.com The deadline to apply is Friday, April 8th.
In this global program, now in its seventh year, university students receive a stipend to write code for open source projects, gaining experience in real-world software development and creating more source code which benefits everyone on the web. To apply, visit the program website, where you can review this year’s 175 accepted projects and submit your proposal.
A new local startup, called Citizen Hill, is in need of a web programmer who is well-versed in the Facebook API. The app includes the development of a fairly complex chat component. This web programmer would be granted equity in return for services, with the possibility of being hired as the company CTO.
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Then there are salaries. Google is paying computer science majors just out of college $90,000 to $105,000, as much as $20,000 more than it was paying a few months ago. That is so far above the industry average of $80,000 that start-ups cannot match Google salaries. Google declined to comment.
The National Research Council graduate program rankings of 2010 show all of USC's Engineering programs, and Computer Science, ranked higher than Clemson in all dimensions. In the charts below the y-axis is the relative ranking, so lower numbers are better.