Internship Opportunity

On Tue, Sep 27, 2016 at 4:57 PM, Adam Nudelman wrote:
Hi,
My name is Adam Nudelman and I work at the NASA Advanced Supercomputing
facility at Moffet Field. We are in the process of opening up internship
positions and are looking for students in relevant departments such as
MIS, Software Engineering, Mathmatics, and Computer Science to fill
these spots.
Control Room Analyst Paid Internship requirements:
– 40 hour work week.
– 8 hour work days.
– Shift work.
– Work weekends.
– Working knowledge of Linux command line.
– Interact with users on the phone and through emails.
– Monitoring systems and working with system admins.
– US citizen
OPEN SHIFTS:
6AM – 2PM
2PM – 10PM
10PM – 6AM
If you have any students that are interested or have questions, please
feel free to contact me via email.
Thanks,
Adam

Adam Nudelman
NAS User Services Operations Lead
NASA Advanced Supercomputing Division
NASA Ames Research Center
Adam.J.Nudelman@nasa.gov
(650)604-4444
(800)331-8737

Job Fair Workshop

On Mon, Sep 26, 2016 at 9:44 AM, Nellie Rochon-Ellis wrote:
Hello,
Please share and encourage your students to attend this workshop even if they are not going to the job fair. This will help them with their communication/interviewing skills.
Making the Most of the Engineering & Science Undergrad Job/Internship Fair
Learn how to make the most of your time at the job fair. Gain tips on researching employers and identifying opportunities. Develop your one minute introduction and learn how to stand out to employers.
Th, 9/29, 12:30-1:30pm, MLK 255
Th, 9/29, 2:30-3:30pm, MLK 255
http://www.sjsu.edu/careercenter/students/program-calendar/job-fair-prep-tech/
Nellie Rochon-Ellis, M.A.
Career Consultant
San Jose State University Career Center
Administrative Building, room 255
One Washington Square
San Jose, Calif. 95192-0032
phone: 408-924-6019
www.sjsu.edu/careercenter
Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.”
-George Bernard Shaw

Job Fair for Undergraduate Science and Engineering Majors

On Fri, Sep 23, 2016 at 1:58 PM, Nellie Rochon-Ellis wrote:
Please share this job fair event with your students. This fair is for undergraduate students only.

Snap shot of Fall ’16 Engineering & Science Undergraduate Students Job & Internship Fair on October 4, 2016, 12 pm – 4pm in Event Center:
Over 50 employers will be attending, and over 70% of employers participating have internship opportunities available!
17% of participating employers are open to hiring international students for internships through their curricular or optional practical training of their F1 Visa or J1 Visa.
22% of participating employers are open to hiring international students for career level jobs who will need sponsorship for employment authorization in the U.S.
Employers are seeking individuals to work in:
Life Science, Math & Physical Sciences, Natural Resources, Sustainability, Environmental Science, Computer Science
Some key employers: Agilent, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Ford Motor Company, Central Contra Costa Sanitary District, IBM
See attached flyer for details. Check your SpartaJobs account to research companies and job/internship opportunities.
http://www.sjsu.edu/careercenter/students/spartajobs/index.html

sjsu-career-center-ug-tech-fair-flyer

Nellie Rochon-Ellis, M.A.
Career Consultant
San Jose State University Career Center
Administrative Building, room 255
One Washington Square
San Jose, Calif. 95192-0032
phone: 408-924-6019
www.sjsu.edu/careercenter

“Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.”
-George Bernard Shaw

Brad Jackson
Math Department professor
Juggling Club supervisor
San Jose State University
San Jose, CA 95192-0103
bradley.jackson@sjsu.edu

Organizations at SJSU – Math Club

Students interested in participating in some of the organizations at San Jose State might want to consider attending the Organization Fair on Tues. Sept. 6 from 11-2 on the Tower Lawn.

The Math Club will be meeting this year on Thursdays at 3 in the Math Club Room DH 280. The club officers can be reached at sjsumathtalk@gmail.com. More information can be found at the Facebook page of the SJSU Math Discussion Club. Professor Jackson is the faculty supervisor of the SJSU Math Discussion Club.

The Juggling club will be meeting this year on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. During the fall we will probably meet Mondays, at 3, Tuesdays at 12, and Thursdays at 12. You can check our google site (Juggle at SJSU) or Facebook group for the most up-to-date information. Professor Jackson is the faculty supervisor of the juggling club.

Ratings of Mathematics and Statistics Jobs

Every year a variety of jobs are rated online at www.careercast.com. Mathematics and Statistics jobs are often rated highly on the list. For 2016 The highest rated jobs include #1 Data Scientist, #2 Statistician, #6 Mathematician, and #10 Actuary.

On Aug. 31 from 3-4 pm in MH 425 there will be a meeting for new students wanting information about mathematics majors and careers.
Welcome to the Mathematics and Statistics Department at San Jose State.
Date: Wed Aug 31
Time: 3-4pm
Room: MacQuarrie Hall 425

Come find out:
* How to make an effective plan for completing your degree
* Which classes to take, and when
* Tips for success (and happiness!) as a math/stats major
* Options within the major (statistics, teaching, applied math…)
* Careers you can pursue with your math/stats degree
* Answers to any other questions you might have about the major

Plus, free snacks!

Seating is limited, so if you are interested in coming, please reply to (tim.hsu@sjsu.edu) so we can save you a seat (and some cookies). Anyway, please do stop by, get some information, and meet advisors and your fellow new majors. Hope to see you there!

The math/stats advisors