Google Summer of Code 2018

Student applications open for Google Summer of Code 2018

Monday, March 12, 2018

Ready, set, go! Today we begin accepting applications from university students who want to participate in Google Summer of Code (GSoC) 2018. Are you a university student? Want to use your software development skills for good? Read on.

Now entering its 14th year, GSoC gives students from around the globe an opportunity to learn the ins and outs of open source software development while working from home. Students receive a stipend for successful contribution to allow them to focus on their project for the duration of the program. A passionate community of mentors help students navigate technical challenges and monitor their progress along the way.

Past participants say the real-world experience that GSoC provides sharpened their technical skills, boosted their confidence, expanded their professional network and enhanced their resume.

Interested students can submit proposals on the program site between now and Tuesday, March 27, 2018 at 16:00 UTC.

While many students began preparing in February when we announced the 212 participating open source organizations, it’s not too late to start! The first step is to browse the list of organizationsand look for project ideas that appeal to you. Next, reach out to the organization to introduce yourself and determine if your skills and interests are a good fit. Since spots are limited, we recommend writing a strong proposal and submitting a draft early so you can get feedback from the organization and increase the odds of being selected.

You can learn more about how to prepare in the video below and in the Student Guide.

You can find more information on our website, including a full timeline of important dates. We also highly recommend perusing the FAQ and Program Rules, as well as joining the discussion mailing list.

Remember to submit your proposals early as you only have until Tuesday, March 27 at 16:00 UTC. Good luck to all who apply!

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Software Developers – Keyot

Keyot has various programming roles available in the Twin Cities starting June 2018  in our Crew212 Leadership Development Program. With up to 200 hours of training in year one, on-going mentoring, little to no travel and outstanding roles at our clients, you will quickly build the skills to excel in today’s business and technology environments. Keyot builds the talent to meet the needs of our clients which include Fortune Ranked organizations ranging from financial, healthcare, agriculture to technology firms. We provide a competitive salary and benefits. Interested in learning more? Check out and then email your resume and transcripts to Renee Neppl, Crew212 Program Manager at

Renee Neppl, Crew212 Program Manager
Keyot | Our Consultants Make The Difference
7031 Vista Drive Des Moines, IA 50266
Phone  515-650-1002 | Cell 515-669-4695 |

Crew212 Testimonial Video

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Summer Research – Cybersecurity

Research Experience for Undergraduates in Cybersecurity for Cyber-Physical Systems

With funding from the National Science Foundation, the North Dakota State University (NDSU) Department of Computer Science and Institute for Cyber Security Education And Research are pleased to offer a unique Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) in the area of cybersecurity for cyber-physical systems.

Selected participants will gain hands-on experience with securing, attacking and developing tools to attack and secure real  cyber-physical systems.  They will also gain an appreciation of the security and secure development processes through hands-on software development activities and field trips. We plan to conduct simulated ‘red team’ and ‘blue team’ exercise and each participant will also work on a long-term security research project.

Participants will receive a stipend (up to $5,000), room and board, funding for travel to and from NDSU (up to $750), and use of athletic facilities.

The summer 2018 REU program will run June – August, 2018. Application review will begin March 23, 2018 and continue until all positions have been filled.

Participating undergraduates must be citizens or permanent residents of the United States or its possessions who are enrolled in undergraduate degree programs. Women and members of traditionally underrepresented groups are particularly encouraged to apply.

High school graduates who have been accepted at an undergraduate institution but who have not yet started their undergraduate study are also eligible to participate. All participants must be at least 18 years of age at the commencement of participation.

Apply Online

Have Questions?

Contract Dr. Jeremy Straub at 701-231-8196 or

About Fargo

Fargo is a vibrant mid-western city with lots of events going on throughout the summer, in addition to those we have scheduled for the REU program.  Learn more about Fargo using the links below:

Fargo Visitor’s Bureau

Explore Fargo

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IS Service Desk Internship – Essentia Health

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Data Mining Research Experience

REU Site: Undergraduate Research in Educational Data Mining
application deadline: February 15th, 2018
Point of contact: Dr. Mark Snyder,

PI: Dr. Huzefa Rangwala
Co-PI: Dr. Mark Snyder
We are pleased to announce our REU site: Undergraduate Research in Educational Data Mining. The program is a ten week research immersion program that brings ten students to George Mason University’s campus. Each student will be matched with one of our research projects, focusing on educational data mining. We will provide seminars and training on topics such as data analytics, visualization, research ethics, and career planning. Each participant will also get more individualized mentoring by GMU professors as part of their projects.

Our current list of projects is available here ( ). Reading through them, you can see that they deal with data sets from people using educational tools, or are studying how people learn. The central theme of the REU site is to improve instructional technology design, enhancing academic curricula and modeling learning experiences – so, we want to analyze that data set and discover how students learn; how that learning progresses through a sequence of courses; and how we may create tools that further enable this sort of research.

Each REU participant will be provided meals and housing here on George Mason’s campus, as well as a $5000 stipend. We can also help cover moving costs to get to the area. We want to make sure that deserving applicants are able to experience research no matter their circumstances.

Successful applicants will of course meet the eligibility requirements (see, but beyond that, they will generally have a decent mathematical and technical background and an interest in education. We do not limit applicants by current major; if the program sounds interesting to you, please just describe how open questions in education such as those our projects seek to answer would fit into your own interests and experiences.

We look forward to an exciting summer sharing the research experience and the region!

Karen Lee
Assistant Director, OSCAR
George Mason University

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Web Developer Intern – College of St. Scholastica

Job Title Student Web Developer
Job Group Student
Purpose/Description Provide analytical and programming support for the College’s academic and administrative web sites. Develop, maintain, and support web-based systems for the College. Assist the web development team in designing new and enhancing existing web applications for the College’s needs.
Required Qualifications -Must be a current CSS student for the 2017-2018 academic year.
-Must be willing to work assigned hours during normal business hours.
-Knowledge of, or interest in learning, World Wide Web authoring,
graphics development, and using Internet resources.
-Ability to work independently and also possess the aptitude to learn new software and technologies at a quick pace.
-Responsible and dependable
Preferred Qualifications CIS student
Development experience in in HTMLCSS, Javascript,
Programming experience in Cold Fusion, Java or other scripting language
Special Instructions to Applicants First and Second year CIS majors encouraged to apply.

10-20 hours/week during the academic year
Pay rate $10.24 per hour

Please download a cover letter and resume with this application.

Department/Discipline Information Technology
Job Category No Response
Job start date January 2018
Open Until Filled Yes
EEO Statement: The College of St. Scholastica is an equal opportunity employer committed to enriching education and promoting opportunity through a culturally diverse faculty, staff and student body. Women and people of diverse racial, ethnic and cultural backgrounds and persons with disabilities are strongly urged to apply. While there is no religious requirement, we are interested in a person who values the Catholic and Benedictine nature of the College of St. Scholastica.

Supplemental Questions

Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).

  1. * Please share if you have had any programming and/or web design experience.(Open Ended Question)

Required Documents

Required Documents

  1. Resume/CV
  2. Cover Letter

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