CS@Mines High School/Community College Interns

Overview

CS@Mines faculty invite community college students and high school students to apply for an unpaid internship in CS@Mines during Summer 2021. Participating students may assist in a research team, in the development of introductory curriculum, in research to K-8 students, and in Computing for the Good (C4G) social projects.

 

Details

Internships are expected to start June 1, 2021 (or shortly thereafter) and end on August 6, 2021. Students participating in the C4G program will work over the course of 6 weeks on small teams with other high school interns led by a Mines undergraduate student. Students must have a reliable computer and internet access. The work will likely be fully remote depending on required COVID-19 health measures.

Who should apply?

  • Prior training in CS is not required.
  • Interest in learning CS is required!
  • Priority will be given to students who apply by March 31, 2021
  • Application decisions will be made no later than April 30, 2021

If you have any questions, please contact Christine Liebe, cliebe@mines.edu 

 

FAQ

How many hours should interns expect to work? 
Interns should expect to work between 5-20 hours per week (average about 10).

Will work be remote or in-person? 
Work will be conducted via Zoom. We hope to be able to provide some in-person work if health regulations permit us.

When will students be notified if they have been accepted? 
Students will be notified in mid-April if they have been accepted to the program.