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Today 10/3 – MITRE Corporation Presentation

Hosted by Top Secret Colonials:

MITRE Corporation Presentation

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.

 

 

Network/Security Internship at Dick’s Sporting Goods

Dick’s Sporting Goods is seeking a Network/Security intern for May – August 2016. This position will provide phone support for store and corporate office technical related issues. This includes supporting POS equipment and software, including registers and all register components, networking equipment, back office computers and inventory guns, personal computers. Document incident details and resolutions into Service Desk incident management system. Provide exceptional customer service.

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.

Qualifications:
Looking for student from CIS focused on networking or security with good soft skills.

The intern will be selected by Dick’s but processed through LANtek who will handle payroll.

For more information:

Attention Summer 2016 Interns! Summer Discount and Housing

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 stacct@rmu.edu.

Opportunity for Blog Design and Promotion Work

A local company is seeking part-time help developing a blog site. Specifically, they are looking for help in layout and design as well as traffic building (search engine optimization, etc.).  This would be a paid position (hourly).
If you are interested and possess the required skills, please get in touch with Harry Evanko at cesint@comcast.net for further information.  This position is time sensitive and they are looking to fill it as soon as possible.

USS Open Co-Op Positions for January or June 2016 in IT

United States Steel Corporation is currently recruiting Co-Ops in their IT Division for 2016. These assignments would begin in Jan or June 2016.  Students local to the USS facility are able to attend class and work the Co-Op assignment. These assignments offer a competitive pay and an exceptional learning opportunity.

Below is the list of open positions and work locations. If you interested in one of these positions, please apply directly to the USS careers website at http://www.ussteel.com.

Job # Posting Title Work Location No. of Positions
6876BR Application Developer Co-Op/Intern Southside – Pittsburgh 10
6878BR IT Infrastructure Co-Op Southside – Pittsburgh 15
6879BR Plant Process Control Co-Op West Mifflin, PA 1
6880BR Plant Process Control Co-Op West Mifflin, PA 1
6881BR Plant Process Control Co-Op Gary, IN 2
6882BR Plant Process Control Co-Op Gary, IN 1
6883BR Plant Process Control Co-Op Ecorse, MI (Detroit) 2
6885BR Plant Infrastructure Co-Op West Mifflin, PA 1
6886BR Plant Application Developer Co-Op Gary, IN 2
6888BR Cyber Security Co-Op/Intern Southside – Pittsburgh 1

General Qualifications:

– Candidates must be a full-time student pursuing a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Computer Science, Computer Information Systems, Management Information Systems, or other IT-related discipline.

– Candidates must have completed or be working towards completion of their sophomore year and be in good academic standing.

– Candidates must be willing to work one of two schedules: two semesters at 16-20 hours per week followed by one summer of 40 hours per week or one semester of 40 hours per week plus one summer of 40 hours per week.

If you would like to speak about these openings or have any questions, please contact Barbara Santella at 412-433-6677.