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I am looking for a college student to develop an app for a startup. The core functionality of the app is written in React Native, and it has been tested on the Android side but not on the iPhone side. I need a lot of work on the look & feel of the app more than anything. This could be a huge opportunity for a talented student to get in on the ground floor of a tech startup focusing on the sports training industry. The app will connect to custom designed hardware that I have developed. Timing is urgent, as I plan to begin beta testing in the fall.
Answer the call.
Build solutions that fight back.
In a very short period of time, COVID-19 has completely upended our collective way of life. But we can fight back – with technology. The 2020 Call for Code Global Challenge has expanded to take on COVID-19 in addition to climate change.
Innovators and problem solvers: Join us to create open source solutions that make an immediate and lasting impact. Submissions are open through July 31, 2020.
The DOE Office of Science Graduate Student Research (SCGSR) program application deadline is extended to May 20th
The Department of Energy is still seeking applications to its Graduate Student Research program. The deadline is in 15 days. U.S. citizenship or permanent residence status is required. SRNL will help your students find a qualified Lab scientist to work with during the program (a DOE lab connection is required). The pay is $3,000 per month.
See pdf document below.
Pay rate: $15/hr
One programmer will contribute to a collaborative and interdisciplinary project devoted to building an interactive website that displays eighteenth-century architectural illustrations and maps by Giovanni Piranesi, housed in USC’s Irvin Department of Rare Books and Special Collections. Under the guidance of project staff, the programmer will make modifications to the open-source programs used to present images at http://digitalpiranesi.org. Work will primarily take place at the Center for Digital Humanities, located in the Innovation Center (IBM building) on Assembly Street. This position is for 30 weeks during Fall 2020 and Spring 2021.
Desired qualifications: GPA of 3.5 or higher preferred.
Start date: Sept 2, 2020 (tentative)
By May 31, 2020, please submit a detailed resume (including any training or work experience in software development) and a cover letter describing your interest in this position to Jeanne Britton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For my research projects, I need an undergraduate/graduate (preferred) student with the following skills:
- Have solid knowledge of Python
- Able to extract data (using the APIs)
- Capable of merging large-scale data from different databases
- Feel comfortable to work with big data
The projects will be fun and trendy topics. We documented codes from previous projects that can be used for the new projects.
Students will be paid hourly. I might keep the student for my future research projects.