In order to access any lab computer, each student must reset their password (see attached PDF file for instructions). If students cannot reset accounts after correctly following instructions they should contact the student helpdesk The student Helpdesks number is 718-260-4900 or email@example.com.
Undergraduate Application: https://www.asme.org/asme-programs/students-and-faculty/scholarships/asme-scholarships-how-to-apply
A lot of snacks and soft drinks are ready for you!
We are an outdoor digital signage hardware solution provider located in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. I am reaching out as we are seeking interns for Winter 2022 that can handle the following areas in our company and will eventually lead to part-time employment:
Winter 2022 Internship
• Period: January 10, 2022 – February 25, 2022
• Work Hours: 8:30am – 12:00pm, 1:00pm – 4:30pm (Morning shift/ Afternoon shift)
• Hours per week: Minimum of 8 shifts per week
- Hardware Assembly: Electronics component assembly, computer integration, wiring/cabling, and enclosure/glasses integration
- Tech Support: Digital signage commissioning/provisioning, HMB review, communication program, and tech support manuals
- Compliance: Engineering documentation, and hardware/software engineering
- Logistics: Trade procedure, warehouse management, and inventories
• COVID-19 vaccination cards (fully vaccinated)
• Available to commute to the Brooklyn Navy Yard
• Excellent Communication: English verbal and writing communication
• Microsoft Word, Power Point, Excel experience, computer graphics, PDF editing
• Available to work +30 hours per week for next 6 months (Seeking part-time employment after finishing 8-week internship program)
• US Citizen or working permit to work in USA
Contact Nanov Display Inc, KiaraB@nanovdisplay.com
If you use Excel spreadsheets or have zoom meetings, this kind of the second monitor (USB powered) will help you a lot.
Do you know a student with an entrepreneurial spirit and an interest in STEM?
The American Association of Community Colleges, in partnership with the National Science Foundation, is inviting community college students to participate in the 2022 Community College Innovation Challenge (CCIC).
The CCIC is a national competition where teams of community college students work with a faculty or administrator mentor to use science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) to innovate solutions to real-world problems, receive full travel support to attend an Innovation Boot Camp in the Washington, DC, metro area, and compete for cash awards.
The Innovation Boot Camp provides professional development, mentoring, and coaching sessions to build strategic communication and entrepreneurial skills to help students advance their innovations in both the public and private sectors. The Boot Camp culminates in a poster session and engagement opportunity with STEM leaders and Congressional stakeholders, and a pitch presentation in front of a panel of industry professionals to determine the first, second, and third place winning teams.
Diverse and interdisciplinary teams that include students in STEM, business, humanities, and other fields are encouraged to apply.
DEADLINE:Submissions are due by March 30, 2022.
What can you do?
JOIN: Assemble a student team and become a faculty or administrator mentor.
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APPLY: Encourage students to learn more or apply at www.aaccinnovationchallenge.com.
International Research Experience for Students (IRES) will be 8 weeks during the summer and the last two weeks you will travel to India (if travel restrictions removed). Please apply quickly as the deadline is 2/8.
We are looking for qualified candidates for adjunct lecturer and assistant professor positions for the spring 2022 semester and beyond. Please share this LINK to apply for positions with other faculty, professional, and industry contacts. Thank you for helping us seek out the best educators for our students!