Qualtrics University: CC Information Session

Virtual Session Monday, November 9, 2020 1:00pm – 2:00pm MST Qualtrics Qualtrics is hosting an information session for the Product Specialist role located in the Salt Lake City Metropolitan area. Qualtrics is the leading Experience Management Software company in the world and is actively hiring top talent for their professional development program. The information session will be…

4/3: The Value of a Liberal Arts Education in a Global Job Market

On Wednesday, April 3rd, Microsoft’s Alok Sharma will join Colorado College students and the community to speak on “The Value of a Liberal Arts Education in a Global Job Market.” This event is sponsored by the Colorado College Education Department. “As the world changes at a faster pace and becomes more artificial and machine dependent,…

NEW! Radio Production Half Block

Radio Production with Andrea Chalfin Half Block What’s this class about? Join Andrea Chalfin from 91.5 KRCC for this dynamic week-long crash course in radio production. You’ll learn how to record high-quality audio; utilize Adobe Audition to layer voices, music, and sound; and complete a final project showcasing your skills. This course will be taught…

Computer Language as Language

Computer Language as Language Half Block What’s this class about? Typically, computer programming classes approach programming from a mathematical problem solving approach, which fits with the reasoning strategies most frequently used in computer science. In this experimental non-credit course, we will approach computer programming as a communication problem and work from analogies with natural language…

*NOW OPEN* – Google’s 2019 BOLD Internship Program

Interested in a summer internship at Google? Identify with a group historically underrepresented in technology? Want to gain some experience and be mentored by someone in your field? Well, you may want to consider applying for the paid Building Opportunities for Leadership and Development (BOLD) Internship. Google is now accepting candidates for this one-of-a-kind program and application packets…

10/11: Bloomberg Software Engineering Info. Session with Alumni

Interested in working in a fast paced, high impact, technology job in NYC? Come learn more about Bloomberg’s Software Engineering Full-Time and Summer Interns roles. Colorado College alum, Joe Karlin , will speak about his experience working at Bloomberg, as well as the different opportunities available. Lunch will be provided Details: October 11th Thursday from…

Everything You Need to Know About Finding a Job Through SLAC 2018-19

It’s SLAC time again! What’s SLAC, you ask? The Selective Liberal Arts Consortium, which helps top-notch employers recruit students from seven outstanding colleges – including CC. Recruiting happens over video, and on-site in Washington D.C. and New York City. Everything you need to know about SLAC is right here.   What’s so great about SLAC anyway? All…

Software Engineer, University Graduate at Google, Inc.

Google Google’s software engineers develop the next-generation technologies that change how billions of users connect, explore, and interact with information and one another. Our products need to handle information at massive scale, and extend well beyond web search. We’re looking for engineers who bring fresh ideas from all areas, including information retrieval, distributed computing, large-scale…

#HIRED: Kyla Jarka ‘18

After graduating, Kyla will head to Chicago to begin work as a Software Developer for McMaster-Carr. “I am excited to learn the in’s and out’s of software development as applied to a specific company, as well as to get the chance to live in and explore Chicago. My advice for CC students looking for job/internships…

Pax8 Product Management Summer Internship

About the Internship:  The Pax8 Product Management Summer Internship provides students with a unique opportunity to gain insight into the technology industry. Interns will be exposed to a fast-paced, growing company where they can gain hands-on experience in both product and project management. The unique, collaborative culture at Pax8 will enable interns to make meaningful…

1/30: Professional in Residence: Sandra Martinez, HR for local software company

In addition to their professional lives, many of our CC alumni choose to give back to the college by offering their industry-insider expertise to CC students. They are the Career Center’s Professionals in Residence, and offer lunches, one-on-one conversations, and extra programming related to their industries. Sandra Martinez, Professional in Residence Tuesday, January 30, 12:15pm — Career…

Deadline 1/9: Civic Digital Fellowships with Coding it Forward (paid!)

The student-run non-profit Coding it Forward is accepting applications to the Civic Digital Fellowship. Impact-driven software engineers, data scientists, website designers, product managers, and data journalists are encouraged to apply to opportunities to modernize tech at federal government agencies—including the U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and U.S. Department of State. Fellows will spend…

Spotlight on Half Block: Computer Language as a Language

Welcome to our Spotlight on Half Block series! Each week leading up to Dynamic Half Block in January, we’re featuring one of 2018’s non-credit offerings here on our blog. Registration for all non-credit offerings is now open on Summit. Spotlight on Computer Language as a Language What’s this class about? Does the idea of “computer programming” sound completely foreign? What about coding?…

Airbnb hiring new grads and interns in Seattle and San Francisco

Airbnb is opening its doors to technically-savvy upcoming grads and summer interns. Positions are located in Seattle and San Francisco. 2018 graduates will be trusted with diverse, critical projects, and will be empowered to build tools, features, and infrastructure, often from scratch. 2018 interns will spend twelve weeks as an engineering Airtern. They’ll be integrated into a…

3 Global Industries Where Millennials Are in Demand

by Capitol Standard | August 14, 2017 Re-posted from Vault We’ve been called “lazy, entitled narcissists.” The “Me, Me, Me generation.” And the most tech-savvy generation thus far. And now, as older generations move toward retirement, we’re being seen as the future of global industry. Occupations like travel agents, agricultural workers, mail carriers, switchboard operators and more are just…