Career Opportunities

GIRLsmarts4tech recruiting Technovation mentors

Volunteering as a Technovation mentor is a great way to share your passion for computer science, and gain leadership and teaching experience. We are looking for dependable, responsible, enthusiastic people, preferably with a background in Computer Science, to help mentor teams of 3-5 girls in Grades 8-12 as they participate in the Technovation Challenge.

The time commitment and schedule will be established by you and your team, but we encourage you to meet with your team weekly either online or in person. All undergraduates will be paired with another mentor (either from industry or a fellow undergraduate) so you can share this responsibility.

Please visit https://technovationchallenge.org/ for more information. To sign up, please register as a mentor on the Technovation website and fill in this form. All volunteers are welcome!

We look forward to hearing from you!

Systems Hacks 2019

SFU's Software Systems Student Society is looking for UBC students to attend their cool hackathon on the 9th of Feb! Drop by for a day of fun hackin with your friends, or make some new ones! Whether you’ve just started coding, have never coded before or are a hackathon veteran, HackThe90s is for you! It's an event that is a great intro to the world of hackathons for students ALL OVER Vancouver.

iGEM recruiting members

UBC iGEM is currently in the process of recruiting members for the new year, and because of the multidisciplinary aspect of the iGEM competition, they are looking for computer science students to join our team. In this competition students get to work on a project throughout the summer that can help advance the field of synthetic biology, as well as attempt to solve real world problems. UBC's team has always been a strong participant since 2009 and they are currently looking for able applicants that will help continue they success.

To join, the application can be found at: http://www.ubcigem.com/join-us/.

There will be two information sessions at 4:00 pm on January 18th (Friday) in room LSC1510 and 12:00pm on January 21st (Monday) in room LSC3. Snacks and refreshments will be provided.