Friday, September 25, 2020

See the list of 160+ employers attending the Fall 2020 CSE Virtual Career Fair and sign up for virtual employer meetings

More than 160 companies and organizations will attend the Fall 2020 CSE Virtual Career Fair on Tuesday, Sept. 29 and Wednesday, Sept. 30. Employers are searching for undergraduate and graduate students to fill internship, co-op and full-time positions. Many spots to speak with employers individually are still available, so sign up now!

Watch the Career Fair prep workshop videos to help you prepare for the fair

Missed the CSE Career Center virtual Career Fair prep workshops or want to review any you did attend? Watch video recordings of last week's workshops on resumes, interviewing, job offer negotiations, job and internship search strategies, and more to help you prepare for the virtual Fall 2020 CSE Career Fair.

Employers host virtual information sessions this week

Several employers will host virtual career information sessions for CSE students this week.

Register to vote in the 2020 elections and make your voice heard

For U.S citizens 18 years of age and older, voting is the easiest way to make your voice heard. Different levels of government determine your community’s response to everything from potholes to policy, and voting gives you the chance to select the people making those decisions. Everyone who is eligible is urged to check their registration and make sure it is current.

Sign up for the Zoom panel discussion 'Coffee and Career Connections: Info Technology, Computer Science and Data' on Tuesday, Sept. 29

The University of Minnesota Alumni Association (UMAA) will host "Coffee and Career Connections: Info Technology, Computer Science, and Data," a Zoom panel discussion with alumni from the fields of infotech, computer science, and data, on Tuesday, Sept. 29. The panelists will speak about their career paths and give advice for pursuing a career and/or advancement in their respective fields.

Register now for the virtual public lecture 'Impacting Communities' on Thursday, Oct. 8

“Impacting Communities,” the fifth in a series of CSE faculty research public lectures, is scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 8. The lecture is free and open to the public, and advance registration is required to receive the Zoom webinar login information.

Register for the 'Just Code: Power, Inequality, and the Global Political Economy of IT' online symposium Friday, Oct. 23-Saturday, Oct.24

Register for the online symposium "Just Code: Power, Inequality, and the Global Political Economy of IT," on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 23-24. Registration is required. The symposium is hosted by the Charles Babbage Institute, and everyone is welcome to attend.