Professor Kwan got an email today from one of our former students who started as an intern and is now a permanent employee (see how that works?). It said "I am looking for a student intern. The tricky part is that it really isn’t an entry level position, where I have time to train them, I need a somewhat mature, and reasonably technically capable web designer to help maintain several sections of the ARC main public web site, as well build a separate site that doesn’t exist. It is a fabulous opportunity for a student to get plugged in to all of the advanced technology projects we have at ARC , we currently have 17 small spacecraft under development, for example, and several ongoing missions. All of these together comprise the content source for the site."
If you're interested, which, if you're breathing, you have to be, then check out the job desc and requirements below (in blue). Then, if you think you've got what they're looking for, get in touch with Professor Kwan and send him an email cover and attach a resume. If he thinks you'd make a good candidate, he'll forward your info to his contact and you may wind up launching a career. :D
Don't be shy, give it a try. It's not rocket science, after all. Well it kind of is I guess but it's the kind we mere mortals can do and it would be so astronomically cool, wouldn't it?
[BTW, I think you might have to be a US citizen. Not sure. I seem to remember that from before.]