Monthly Archives: September 2017

Front-End Application Developer Position at Prolink Staffing Services

Prolink Staffing Services in Robinson Twp, PA is looking for a Front-End Application Developer.  This is a great opportunity for someone who is really looking to get their foot in the door to a leading company in the Pittsburgh area. This is on a fast-growing, “out of the box” thinking, and collaborative team where your strong blend of front-end skills will come in handy when working with our Design and Development teams. In this position, you will be helping to develop, extend, and maintain web applications. Primary skills include intimate understanding of JavaScript, HTML5, CSS3 and building client-side web applications.

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IT Internship for the Pittsburgh Steelers

steelersThe Pittsburgh Steelers organization is looking for an Information Technology Intern to assist and support the Steelers Technology Department in the maintenance and support of hardware, software and other systems. Responsibilities for the position include assisting in the identification, research and resolution of user technology issues in all areas of technical operations for the Steelers’ front office and Heinz Field.

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RMU Grad Torrie McLaughlin is one of the New Faces of IBM Z

IBM is producing a set of videos that are quick conversations with a new generation of coders and creators on the mainframe.  Watch RMU alumna Torrie McLaughlin, who works on the mainframe at a large financial institution, describe how COBOL is a key asset to her professional toolkit.

TSC Helps Deliver Supplies for Hurricane Harvey Victims

On Tuesday, September 12th, members of the Top Secret Colonials helped prepare supplies for delivery to victims of Hurricane Harvey in Texas. The members helped package dozens of boxes filled with the supplies collected in Wheatley. They delivered the supplies to the Chartier’s Volunteer Fire Department. From there, the boxes were placed on a truck that is headed for Texas.

Pictures of the items and the delivery are shown below.

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CompTIA Pledges 2-for-1 Dollar Match to Assist Hurricane and Flood Victims

CompTIA, a global technology association, has pledged a 2-for-1 dollar match for donations up to $200,000 to relief efforts for Hurricane Harvey in Texas. So, if you would like to make a monetary donation, consider donating through this organization to have your donation tripled.

Donations can be made here:

Specify “CompTIA” when prompted for a company donation match to ensure your contribution is matched two-for-one.

TSC Collection for Hurricane Harvey Victims – August 31 to September 11

The Top Secret Colonials will be collecting items for the victims of Hurricane Harvey. TSC has partnered with two groups in Pittsburgh that will be sending tractor trailers filled with needed items to the Texas area. TSC will have boxes in the lobby of Wheatley for item collection from August 31st to September 11th. The items will then be delivered by students for transport to Texas.

The organization is asking for new items only. The following is a partial list of what is needed:

– Toiletries (toothpaste, tooth brushes, razors, shaving cream, soap, shampoo, etc.)
– Batteries
– Flashlights
– Water
– Diapers
– Baby Food
– Blankets
– Pillows
– Feminine products
– Pet food
– Cleaning supplies
– Canned food
– Paper products
– Crayons

– Paper

For more information, please contact Dr. Paullet at An updated photograph of the collection box area is shown below.