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Job Fair at UMD Thursday, Oct. 6th
2016 Head of the Lakes Fall Job & Internship Fair
Thursday, October 6, 2016
10 am to 2 pm
Kirby Student Center Ballroom and Rafters
The Head of the Lakes Fall Job & Internship Fair is a general (all majors) job fair held annually at UMD. Employers will be seeking candidates for internships and full-time positions, as well as promoting their companies.
Several companies will be interviewing on-campus the day of the fair and Oct 7th. Companies will select students at the fair to interview.
Students register at the door.
This event is FREE and open to current students and recent alumni from the University of Minnesota, College of St Scholastica, and University of Wisconsin Superior.
We strongly suggest that you review the information below prior to attending the fair.Author: cfordComments
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CS Internship - Health Partners Duluth
Health Partners - Duluth
Web Support Intern Job
Looking for an excellent opportunity to showcase your computer expertise? The HealthPartners Duluth Regional Technology Center is seeking an intern with an interest in developing their computer programming, quality assurance and web development skills. This highly motivated candidate will work on various projects related HealthPartners business systems.
The primary responsibilities of this position are to assist the Regional Technology Center team with IS&T project support. This is a full-time paid ($10/hour) position, working around 15-20 hours per week with a flexible schedule, but potential up to 40 hours.
* Assist experienced programmers with process enhancements
* Assist with Quality assurance activities
* Help develop up-to-date documentation
* Assist with team website maintenance and enhancements
* Other computer related projects
* Enrolled in or a recent graduate of a Management Information Systems program or Computer Science program
* Excellent computer skills, must have strong knowledge of Microsoft Office
* Experience in computer programming languages
* Excellent listening and writing skills
* Must be flexible
* Excellent communication skills
* Able to work independently and in a team setting
* Interest in healthcare field
orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.
Job Segment: Intern, Patient Care, Computer Science, Information Systems, QA, Entry Level, Healthcare, Technology, Quality
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State Department & UN Internship Info Session
UMD Alworth Institute
U.S. State Department & United Nations
Careers & Internships Info Session
Monday, September 26, 2016
4:00 to 5:00 pm
Education 50 (Edu Endazhi-Gikinoo' Amaading)
The Alworth Institute's Diplomat in Residence, Thomas Hanson, and United Nations expert, Dr. Thomas Weiss, will present and answer questions about careers and internships with the U.S. State Department and the United Nations, as well as other international careers.
All students are welcome.
This is a CLA Passport event.
No registration necessary.
UMD Computer Science AfterCollege Network
The UMD Computer Science Department maintains a career resource through AfterCollege, a career network for college students and recent graduates. All CS majors, CIS majors, and other interested students are invited to join the AfterCollege network by going here:
This network is exclusive to Department of Computer Science students and alumni and enables you to:
- Receive announcements on jobs, internships, and scholarships
- Search exclusive jobs and internships
- Network with alumni from our program
Once registered you can upload your resume for potential employers to see. Next spring I will generate a UMD Computer Science Resume Book and circulate it to over 100 local and regional companies that have expressed interest in our students for jobs and internships.
Every piece of career information I receive, whether about permanent jobs, part-time jobs, or summer internships, is posted on AfterCollege, and an announcement is emailed to registered students. Only by being a member of our AfterCollege career network will you receive these emails.
I have recently posted important announcements regarding jobs at the Minnesota Supercomputer Institute and Federated Insurance, this fall's job fairs, and an internship preparation course.
Also, for more information about getting academic credit for computer science internships, follow this link: