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Boeing in Charleston Looking for Programmers

As Boeing continues to grow in Charleston, we are seeking talented individuals to join our team. Do you have any computer science students graduating next month that would be interested in Programmer/Developer jobs located in Charleston with IT working on engineering systems which support our product line? Some examples of these would be CAD/CAM products such as Enovia, Catia, etc. Below are two sample job descriptions. More can be found at…… Please let me know if you have any questions. I look forward to hearing from you. Thanks, Lindsay Graffius IT Career Foundation Program Global IT Operations Boeing IT - Infrastructure Email:

VC3 Looking for Software Engineer Intern

VC3, an innovative, growing IT services solution provider, headquartered in Columbia, SC is seeking to fill a Software Engineer Intern position in our Columbia, SC office. This is an exciting opportunity to join a dynamic team, in a learning environment and have the opportunity to collaborate on a variety of development activities, specifically focused on our cloud startup, Cognito Forms. Cognito Forms is designed from the ground up for today’s Internet, running in the Microsoft Azure cloud. Forms built with Cognito Forms are designed to work on any device and form factor, from smartphones to tablets, to desktops—responsively adapting on the fly. Cognito Forms leverages both current and emerging HTML5 standards, NOSQL data storage, sophisticated open source JavaScript frameworks, and fast-paced agile development practices. The following skills/attributes are required:
  • rising senior pursuing a bachelor degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or related field
  • good problem solving and decision-making skills
  • ability to understand and analyze complex issues
  • must be motivated, detail orientated, highly organized and able to handle a variety of tasks and responsibilities in an effective manner with a high level of quality
  • excellent communication and teamwork skills as well as being able to perform in a fast-paced, diverse environment with demanding market needs
  • ability to effectively communicate technical concepts to other technical staff members as well as interface with customers and other non-technical members of the organization ability to grasp and learn new technologies quickly 
Required technical skills include:
  1. experience with standards-based web technologies, including HTML5 and JavaScript
  2. knowledge of objected oriented programming, component-based architectures and data modeling
  3. knowledge of Microsoft technologies, including web development using ASP.NET MVC
  4. knowledge of automated testing using Selenium
  5. some experience using Cognito Forms, which will be part of the interview!
  • Foosball and Ping-Pong skills are a definite plus!
  • candidate selected will be subject to a criminal background and credit screening

Business Analytics Student Club

There is an article on the new business analytics student club which you might want to join if you are interested in Big Data Analytics:
For nearly every type of organization today, business analytics is used to turn raw company data into powerful insights that drive decision-making. However, this process can be a challenging task as analysts need to have the skills to collect and store massive datasets, clean and analyze data, translate results into meaningful decisions that make a positive impact, and, most importantly, effectively communicate their analysis to leadership. “The club’s mission is to foster an interactive learning environment that will help its members develop excellent data-driven decision-making skills,” says founding Business Analytics Club President Olga Pak. “We feel there is a massive talent gap in big-data analytics. That is why the club’s purpose is to help USC students—regardless of their university major—fill this gap. Having the right data and analytics skills will open the doors for many more opportunities for University of South Carolina graduates.”

USC Students Create Google CS First and Help Columbia and SC

There is an article in USC news about USC students creating the Google CS first curriculum and bringing it to Columbia.
“If you know how to code, you can get a job,” Hoffman says. “So this could really help to end the poverty cycle for some of the kids in our club. To know that I might be giving them an opportunity that I didn’t have at the same age is rewarding. “At the very least, we’re showing them that the stereotype of computer science as being really hard or really boring isn’t true.” CS First clubs could also be a boon to children in rural areas like Manning, S.C., where Goodman grew up.
Remember, you can volunteer to help Google CS first in Columbia or anywhere.

Application Developer Internship, ZillionInfo, LLC.

ZillionInfo is seeking two undergraduate or master’s students from the USC Department of Computer Science and Engineering to fill a paid Application Developer Internship position. The position requires minimum of 20 hours per week while there is a potential to work a maximum of 40 hours per week. The selected intern should be available to start anytime between March through the beginning of May and work throughout the summer and into the 2015-2016 school year. The opportunity is supported by NSF Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) Program which helps undergraduates obtain real research experience and build up their career path. Role:
  • Application Developer
Role Summary:
  • The function of the Application Developer is the design, development, and implementation of geospatial software solutions. The role is responsible for the development of mobile, desktop, and/or web-based solutions.
Essential Functions:
  • Design and develop custom geospatial web applications
  • Application design, development and collaboration in a distributed team environment
  • Develop and implement test plans and automated test scripts
  • Develop and apply service oriented architectures to enterprise solutions.
Competencies and Skills:
  • Proficient with HTML5 (HTML/CSS/JavaScript) programming on client-side
  • Proficient with Java Programming on server-side
  • Shows a strong interests in programming
  • Ability to work well in a group to solve problems
  • Good communication skills
  • Knowledge of internet architectures and technologies
  • Familiarity with standard software development protocols and coding standards
Experience: The ideal candidate should be able to demonstrate their experience in application and database development from a previous internship position or through upper-level coursework. Experience with GIS is a plus. Work Environment: Location: USC/Columbia Technology Incubator 1225 Laurel Street Columbia, SC 29201 Apply: Interested applicants should send their resume to Ella Li, the COO of ZillionInfo, at Review of applications will begin immediately. Application process will be open until the position is filled.

Contracting Opportunity with Moore Students

My name is Bright Ayalingo, currently a student at the Moore School of business. I have a team of five other students working on a project for our Entrepreneurship class and possibly launching as an actual company later in the year. We are working on financial services for the unbanked and underbanked in developing countries. We are looking to find students in the software space who can help us build a platform for this service. We would appreciate it if you can forward this to your students or any further instructions.Thank you and hoping to hear from you soon. Sincerely, Bright Ayalingo Moore School of Business Supply Chain & Operations Management/Entrepreneurship University of South Carolina

Website Pipeline Looking for Interns and Fulltime Positions

I am a 2013 computer science graduate that works for a web development company called Website Pipeline in Greenville, SC. At Website Pipeline, we build e-commerce websites with a backend data sync tool for companies that wish to sync data in their Enterprise Resource Planning ( ERP) software with their website. For more information on what we do at Website Pipeline, view our website: Currently, we are vigorously recruiting developers and are interested any opportunities available to reach students in the computer science. We are interested in students that are available both as interns and full hires and will be hiring students that are graduating in May and December. Please let us know what we can do to get more involved on campus and if you have any questions! Kristin Brown | Development websitepipeline p. 864.272.4000 e.

Part-time Database Instructors

ECPI University (Columbia Campus) has openings for the part-time Database instructors. We are located at 250 Berryhill Road, Columbia, SC. Please contact me via email at . Thank you.

GSoC: Get paid to work on open source over the summer

Could I please ask you to distribute this to any students who you think might be interested. Many thanks in advance! Google has announced the list mentoring organisations taking part in the 2015 Summer of Code. GSoC is a program that offers opportunities to work on open source projects over the summer under the guidance of a mentor. Students are expected to work full time for the duration of the program and will receive a $5500 stipend. For more details, see the announcement blog post… At this stage, you can browse the list of accepted organizations and their project ideas, and reach out to potential mentors. Student applications will open on the 16th of March. The lowRISC ( project has a range of project suggestions spanning many areas of open source hardware and software. We are also very interested in quality students with relevant ideas not on the suggestion list.

Start-Up Application Developer/Programmer

I am in need of your help! I’m looking for developers/programmers to build an iOS and Android based application geared towards clothing and other purchases. I am looking forward to build a team for this start-up in the developmental stage! This would not only be a great resume builder but will prepare your life for the future. If you are shamelessly brazen and have a vision in creating your own career - contact me! Parris Jackson Email: Phone: 843.330.2250

Webdesigner Needed for Writers Support Group

I am Jerlean Noble, a retiree of the Dept. of Psychology at USC. I run a nonprofit Writers Support group and we are in dire need of a student who may want to flex his muscles on a complex website. In short, we are in desperate need of a web designer. Do you have a student that may be interested in helping this group. At present the website we had is down. We're looking for a new face. We have signed up for the 5th appearance at the SC Book festival 2015, and we want a new fresh look. Job description: Web designer Description: web page should be based loosely on template of There are 15-20 active members who weld like to have individual pages within the website these are extra pages outside of homepage And other preliminary pages. Needed immediately Pay - negotiable CWA members will work closely with designer. Jerlean Noble

Part-Time Student Programmers Needed at Center for Digital Humanities

Spring, Summer, Fall The Center for Digital Humanities (CDH) at USC is hiring student programmers to work on projects. CDH is a lab that creates software, databases and other types of digital tools that aid research and teaching in the Humanities. Projects frequently involve creating relational databases, parsing text and creating UI’s (with help from our web designer). Aside from programmers, our staff also includes humanities faculty and graduate students, library and information science students, and graphic and web designers. We are physically located in Thomas Cooper Library at USC. CDH employs both undergraduate and graduate workers during the semesters and over the summer. For graduate students, both hourly wage positions and GRAships may be possible. We pay highly competitive wages and stipends. Ideal Qualifications
  • Willing to learn new software and languages
  • Have experience with relational databases
  • Already know 2-3 programming languages (many of our projects involve Python, Django, Java, PHP)
  • Available to work on campus Autumn and Spring for 10-15 hours per week
  • Most projects involve team work, meaning that communication skills and cooperation are important.
Both graduate and undergraduate students are eligible to apply. Positions begin ASAP. Work must be done on site, between 9 and 5, M-F. Programmers will work closely with other CDH staff. Summer work is also possible after positive performance record has been established. To apply, email John Knox ( to introduce yourself, describe your skills and relevant work experience. Please include resume and 2 professional references (one may be a Computer Science instructor who knows your work). See Job Mate ( posting #27780, “Part-Time Student Programmer.”

Programming Project on Social Networking Startup

I am the GIS manager for the Air National Guard and recently started an internship with USC's Geography Department. I also own a small llc, and have been working with a team of programs from VCU in Virginia on a social networking site, MappTrek, for the last 9 months. Due to time constraints, the programmers were unable to finish the site. However I do have all the code, and we have a pro skateboarder ready to endorse the site, 400k followers. We are reaching out to local programmers for help in bringing this idea to fruition. I though I would try and reach out to the college to see if they could provide any support. Thank you very much Travis