Amitha is currently studying Computer Engineering at San José State University and is expected to graduate in Fall of 2021.
As a student assistant at eCampus, her responsibilities include providing technical support to the faculty and students of the campus community. She also looks forward to working on the management of the various websites the department is responsible for. To Amitha, working at eCampus is very interesting and exciting. She had so much fun learning new things and understanding the various technologies that she uses on a regular basis in detail while making new friends. Her favorite part of the job was how welcoming and helpful the team was when she first started the job.
When asked about her future plans, Amitha said, “I am planning to graduate Fall 2021; specializing in data science. I am looking forward to getting a good internship this summer that will enhance my practical knowledge and also help me after my graduation for full time opportunities. All in all, I want to always keep learning, developing, and ultimately be happy and spread happiness in these evolving times.”
Jaime is studying the Design Studies Major at San José State University and is expected to graduate in 2022.
As an eCampus Student Assistant, Jaime is responsible for creating any graphic elements the department needs while collaborating with the eCampus Team. When she first started this job, Jaime was so excited to begin designing for the department because she can learn what it means to be a graphic designer and gain new experiences and skillsets. Her favorite part of the job at eCampus is to design all sorts of graphics for SJSU, whether it be a flyer, an icon, or an announcement graphics.
When asked about her future plans, Jaime said, “Anything and everything, I suppose. I want to go out in the world and work on all sorts of design projects because my interests are all over the place. I would like to work on product designs or user interface designs, as long as whatever I am creating is conveying a positive message.”
Poojitha Vaddey is studying Software Engineering at San José State University and is expected to graduate in 2021.
As an eCampus Student Assistant, Poojitha helps the staff, faculty, and students of SJSU in understanding and using new technologies while providing support to resolve technical issues. When she first began this job, Poojitha was excited to work on understanding the technology more in-depth and was glad to have a team who is always ready to lend a helping hand. Her favorite part of the job at eCampus is to exercise her ability to think critically and chase the problem to its root cause. And, it is also fun to interact with people across the university.
When asked about her future plans, Poojitha said, “As a software engineering student, I am enthusiastic about developing intelligent systems which make our lives easier and efficient. I want to further explore my passion in the field of machine learning by building better prediction models and working on cutting edge technologies like self-driving cars and image recognition.”
Prajwal is currently studying Electrical Engineering, specializing in Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI) design at San José State University and is expected to graduate in December of 2021.
At eCampus, Prajwal helps with the technical aspects by helping SJSU faculty and students when they are in need of support. For him, the first impression he had of this job was that the eCampus Team was very supportive and helped him understand his roles and responsibilities. While working as a student assistant, Prajwal’s favorite part of the job is helping students resolve their issues and to make their learning process as smooth and trouble-free as he can.
When asked about his future plans, he said “my future plan is to publish my ideas in the field of VLSI and work as a design and verification engineer.”
Abhishek is a second year at San José State University studying Construction Engineering and is expected to graduate in Spring of 2021.
As an eCampus student assistant, Abhishek helps the students and faculty with all their issues relating to Canvas, Zoom and any other instructional softwares. He tries to help them in the most convenient way possible, either with voice calls, Zoom meetings, and/or emails.
When Abhishek started working at eCampus, his first impression was how the team is so welcoming, and that he did not hesitate to ask any questions whenever he was faced with any difficulties. What really helped him was that there is no performance pressure, so he was able to be the best version of himself.
For Abhishek, one of the favorite things about working at eCampus was how he is able to meet with so many professors and students and learn so many things from them over time. And when asked about his future plans, he said. “I want to be a Project Manager and build my own Construction company one day. Everything is possible if you have a clear vision.”