Tuesday, October 24, 2017

our MIS alums at NASA looking to hire interns from SJSU!

Two of our MIS graduates from 2010, Adam Nudelman and Eric Eisenbarth, got great jobs at the NASA Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, where they continue to pay it forward by trying to hire SJSU students whenever they can. They always email me to let me know when they're hiring so I can spread the word here. And now is one of those times - with 4 internships open to fill!

Over the years, quite a number of our students have gotten these and many have gone on to permanent jobs there. In fact, they tell me that 60% of the staff there are MIS/SJSU grads. Amazing!

And what better way to use your skills & knowledge than helping our best & brightest scientists do the important work of saving our planet & exploring our universe? It's a noble pursuit and I always encourage our students to apply, especially with the advantage of having these guys trying to help the next generations of SJSU MIS students get their start. Kudos to them.

Check out the info they sent below and email Adam directly at Adam.J.Nudelman@nasa.gov if you feel like you're qualified and interested. This is an astronomical opportunity, literally! (Note that you do have to be a US Citizen. That's a strict rule imposed by the agency.)

Here are the details:

4 x NASA Advanced Supercomputing Intern:
This position would include working to support the NASA Supercomputer on every level (Facilities, hardware, software, user support, scripting, etc.).

Hours: (Undetermined but Flexible)
  3 X 3rd shift: 10:00 PM to 06:30 AM
  1 X 2nd shift: 2:00 PM to 10:30 PM

40 hours a week including weekends (24/7/365 facility).

- US-Citizen
- Interested in working with computers and with NASA.
- Student (Preferably in their last or second to last semester)

Preferred Skills:
- Some experience with Unix/Linux.
- Some experience using command line.
- Previous experience in customer service
- Previous experience working with a group.

Starting Pay: $20 per hour

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