This is a for-credit opportunity for EMCC students with computer sciences interests to apply their coding skills to create auto-graded problems for an Open Educational Resource web-platform.
The goal of the internship is to learn how to create self-grading mathematics problems to be distributed to the Academic Community at large as MathAS software.
The internship will provide you with the opportunity to:
- Test your coding skills to automate the solution of mathematical problems.
- Create clear and visually pleasing user interfaces.
- Expand your curriculum to include web-publishing related skills.
- Build virtual collaboration skills.
This internship is eligible for the $1000 Verizon Grant IT Scholarship that includes a separate interview (which can be done via phone) and will be paid after successfully completing 80 hours in this IT internship.
Applicants are REQUIRED to submit an online application, a resume, and a cover letter. Free resume/cover letter/mock interview assistance is available by appointment only at the EMCC Career & Transfer Center. To submit your resume for online review, please visit https://www.estrellamountain.edu/students/career-services/webforms/online-resume-review or email [email protected].
Interns will be responsible for (but not limited to):
- Meeting virtually once a week to discuss progress.
- Submit weekly updates and code status
- Collaborate with the rest of the group to exchange ideas, coding issues, etc.
- Work on a weekly journal documenting the internship’s progress.
already taken MAT227 or are currently enrolled in MAT227 at EMCC for Fall2020
- Students must be familiar with programming concepts and know at least one high-level programming language (e.g. Python, Java, etc).
- Students must be familiar with HTML or have an interest in web-based software.
- Students must have completed or are currently taking MAT-227 or MAT-225.
- Requires enrollment in a 1-credit internship credit class
- Be a current EMCC Student
- Have a minimum 2.5 GPA