CIS course/registration update: Starting summer 2019, INFS3231 and INFS6231 Network Technology (N+) will be replaced with INFS3230 and INFS6230 Networks/Data/Computer Comm, respectively.
York Risk Services Group is looking for students that have a excellent data analytical skills, process improvement and evaluation, AI/machine learning concepts and business intelligence and report/dashboard design.
The Process Engineering Intern will work with users to analyze their processes, document the decision processes, analyze the data to determine potential technical solutions that can improve processing productivity, accuracy and proper tracking. This could be through new algorithms, improved rules engine, workflow management, etc.
- Senior-year student, graduate student or graduated intern with Operations Research (OR), Industrial Engineering (IE), or related degree program
- Excellent data analysis skills
- Strong process improvement skills from analysis through implementation of approved recommendations
- Ability to use reporting and data visualization tools
- Excellent documentation skills
- Solid communications skills interacting with users to executives
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Highmark Health Systems will be giving a presentation on October 3, 2018. The company is seeking to fill internship positions and entry-level full-time positions and are interested in speaking with all undergraduate and graduate computing majors.
Highmark Health Systems Presentation
4:30-5:30pm on Wednesday, October 3, 2018 in the Wheatley Center Atrium
Pizza and soda will be provided.
Undergraduate students can register for SET credit at this event.
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.
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The MITRE Corporation will have a presentation TODAY, October 3rd from 4:30 – 5:40 pm in the Wheatley Center Atrium. MITRE Corporation is a Federally Funded Research and Development Center, supporting over seven defense and civil agencies (including the National Institute of Standards for Cybersecurity and healthcare). Dr. Susan Tisdale will provide an overview of MITRE, its work, opportunities for summer internships, and how to apply for those internships. The presenter, a 20-year military veteran and 10 year MITRE employee will also discuss government opportunities as a federal employee, military member and contractor.
Students will earn SET credit. Snacks will be provided.
The first couple of weeks will be daylight for training then 4PM-1AM one day and two days of 12PM-6PM; this could vary depending on where their needs are.
The intern will be selected by Dick’s but processed through LANtek who will handle payroll.
Graduating Seniors: The CIS Department is interested to know about your future plans. Could you please help us out by filling out this short survey? It only has a handful of questions and should take you less than 5 minutes.
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A 25% tuition discount and free Summer housing is being offered to students enrolled in Summer 2016 Academic Internship programs.
Students must be enrolled in a minimum of six (6) academic credits or a minimum of three (3) internship credits this summer.
Please contact the Student Financial Services office at 412-397-6260 or email@example.com.