Are you a University of Illinois undergraduate student with a 2-year IT degree or a minor in Informatics? Are you interested in getting real experience developing software in a collaborative, team-based research environment? Are you awesome? YES?!? Then you might be the perfect candidate for the UGL’s new 8-week summer internship opportunity for students from diverse backgrounds. Read all about it below!
Non-traditional information technology career exploration for undergraduate students with two year IT degrees from diverse backgrounds; the University Library is recruiting diverse candidates for a summer paid internship in software development. Students will co-design library software services in a collaborative team-based research and development group based in the Undergraduate Library.
Participate in a collaborative software development team for library services that aid information discovery.
Must be a University of Illinois undergraduate student from a diverse background with two-year IT degree; or, enrolled in the Informatics Minor.
Programming experience with object oriented languages (preferably Java), familiarity with RESTful web services for API development.
40 hours a week for 8 weeks @ $12.25
To apply: Send cover letter and resume to Jim Hahn, firstname.lastname@example.org , Orientation Services and Environments Librarian.