Software Development Internship

525 West 120th Street

Application Deadline: Closed
Position: Part-time, Paid
Timeframe: 06/13/11 — 08/22/11

EdLab at Teachers College Columbia University Description

We develop software applications with an emphasis on web-based applications for learning (broadly conceived). In addition to building new applications, our developers maintain and improve existing systems and software, as well as research, test, and evaluate systems and software available beyond the lab. Interns may be involved in all aspects of this work.

EdLab at Teachers College Columbia University Part-time, Paid Responsibilities

– Collaborate with other teams in the EdLab in the development of new
projects.

– Take ideas through all phases of the development lifecycle: definition and functional design, architecture, technical specifications, implementation, quality control and rollout.

– Maintain and improve upon existing systems.

– Write technical specifications and documentation.

– Participate in collaborative design activities with EdLab team.

– Help support the TC Library digital services infrastructure.

EdLab at Teachers College Columbia University Part-time, Paid Requirements

Minimum Qualifications:

Experience with at least TWO of the following:

– Object oriented programming (Java, C++, etc.)

– Scripting Languages (PHP, PYTHON, etc.)

– User interface design and development (using Javascript/JQuery, Flash, HTML, etc.)

– Database systems (SQL, PL/SQL, etc.)

– Mobile Applications development
Strong computer science or engineering background, with demonstrated experience in at least one of the following areas:

– Large scale software systems development

– Machine learning and artificial intelligence

– Natural language processing

– Data mining and retrieval

– Game development

Applicants must demonstrate experience and aptitude in working in a
team-oriented environment: communication, self-motivation, energy, and focus on success are all ingredients to success at the Edlab. Software Development Associates are responsible for meeting goals for critical projects while also participating in lab-wide activities. In addition to a strong technical background, all applicants should be able to articulate an interest in education and how they see technology shaping this sector.

EdLab Summer Software Development Associates must be able to commit a minimum of 40 hours per week during the summer for a minimum period of 10 weeks.

If interested in this position, please send a cover letter along with your resume to [email protected] Please write “Application for Software Development Internship” in the subject of your email.

Software Development Internship

525 West 120th Street

Application Deadline: Closed
Timeframe: 06/10/13 — 08/16/13

EdLab at Teachers College Columbia University Description

We develop software applications with an emphasis on web-based applications for learning (broadly conceived). In addition to building new applications, our developers maintain and improve existing systems and software, as well as research, test, and evaluate systems and software available beyond the lab. Interns may be involved in all aspects of this work.

EdLab at Teachers College Columbia University 2 Part-time, Paid Responsibilities

– Collaborate with other teams in the EdLab in the development of new
projects.

– Take ideas through all phases of the development lifecycle: definition and functional design, architecture, technical specifications, implementation, quality control and rollout.

– Maintain and improve upon existing systems.

– Write technical specifications and documentation.

– Participate in collaborative design activities with EdLab team.

– Help support the TC Library digital services infrastructure.

EdLab at Teachers College Columbia University 2 Part-time, Paid Requirements

Minimum Qualifications:

Experience with at least TWO of the following:

– Object oriented programming (Java, C++, etc.)

– Scripting Languages (PHP, PYTHON, etc.)

– User interface design and development (using Javascript/JQuery, Flash, HTML, etc.)

– Database systems (SQL, PL/SQL, etc.)

– Mobile Applications development
Strong computer science or engineering background, with demonstrated experience in at least one of the following areas:

– Large scale software systems development

– Machine learning and artificial intelligence

– Natural language processing

– Data mining and retrieval

– Game development

Applicants must demonstrate experience and aptitude in working in a
team-oriented environment: communication, self-motivation, energy, and focus on success are all ingredients to success at the Edlab. Software Development Associates are responsible for meeting goals for critical projects while also participating in lab-wide activities. In addition to a strong technical background, all applicants should be able to articulate an interest in education and how they see technology shaping this sector.

EdLab Summer Software Development Associates must be able to commit a minimum of 40 hours per week during the summer for a minimum period of 10 weeks.

***If interested in this position, please send a cover letter along with your resume to [email protected] Please write “Application for Software Development Internship” in the subject of your email.

Software Development Internship

525 West 120th Street

Application Deadline: Closed
Timeframe: 06/10/13 — 08/16/13

EdLab at Teachers College Columbia University Description

We develop software applications with an emphasis on web-based applications for learning (broadly conceived). In addition to building new applications, our developers maintain and improve existing systems and software, as well as research, test, and evaluate systems and software available beyond the lab. Interns may be involved in all aspects of this work.

EdLab at Teachers College Columbia University 2 Part-time, Paid Responsibilities

– Collaborate with other teams in the EdLab in the development of new
projects.

– Take ideas through all phases of the development lifecycle: definition and functional design, architecture, technical specifications, implementation, quality control and rollout.

– Maintain and improve upon existing systems.

– Write technical specifications and documentation.

– Participate in collaborative design activities with EdLab team.

– Help support the TC Library digital services infrastructure.

EdLab at Teachers College Columbia University 2 Part-time, Paid Requirements

Minimum Qualifications:

Experience with at least TWO of the following:

– Object oriented programming (Java, C++, etc.)

– Scripting Languages (PHP, PYTHON, etc.)

– User interface design and development (using Javascript/JQuery, Flash, HTML, etc.)

– Database systems (SQL, PL/SQL, etc.)

– Mobile Applications development
Strong computer science or engineering background, with demonstrated experience in at least one of the following areas:

– Large scale software systems development

– Machine learning and artificial intelligence

– Natural language processing

– Data mining and retrieval

– Game development

Applicants must demonstrate experience and aptitude in working in a
team-oriented environment: communication, self-motivation, energy, and focus on success are all ingredients to success at the Edlab. Software Development Associates are responsible for meeting goals for critical projects while also participating in lab-wide activities. In addition to a strong technical background, all applicants should be able to articulate an interest in education and how they see technology shaping this sector.

EdLab Summer Software Development Associates must be able to commit a minimum of 40 hours per week during the summer for a minimum period of 10 weeks.

***If interested in this position, please send a cover letter along with your resume to [email protected] Please write “Application for Software Development Internship” in the subject of your email.

Software Development Internship

525 West 120th Street

Application Deadline: Closed
Timeframe: 06/09/14 — 08/15/14

EdLab at Teachers College Columbia University Description

We develop software applications with an emphasis on web-based applications for learning (broadly conceived). In addition to building new applications, our developers maintain and improve existing systems and software, as well as research, test, and evaluate systems and software available beyond the lab. Interns may be involved in all aspects of this work.

EdLab at Teachers College Columbia University 2 Part-time, Paid Responsibilities

– Collaborate with other teams in the EdLab in the development of new

projects.

– Take ideas through all phases of the development lifecycle: definition and functional design, architecture, technical specifications, implementation, quality control and rollout.

– Maintain and improve upon existing systems.

– Write technical specifications and documentation.

– Participate in collaborative design activities with EdLab team.

– Help support the TC Library digital services infrastructure.

EdLab at Teachers College Columbia University 2 Part-time, Paid Requirements

Minimum Qualifications:

Experience with at least TWO of the following:

– Object oriented programming (Java, C++, etc.)

– Scripting Languages (PHP, PYTHON, etc.)

– User interface design and development (using Javascript/JQuery, Flash, HTML, etc.)

– Database systems (SQL, PL/SQL, etc.)

– Mobile Applications development

Strong computer science or engineering background, with demonstrated experience in at least one of the following areas:

– Large scale software systems development

– Machine learning and artificial intelligence

– Natural language processing

– Data mining and retrieval

– Game development

Applicants must demonstrate experience and aptitude in working in a

team-oriented environment: communication, self-motivation, energy, and focus on success are all ingredients to success at the Edlab. Software Development Associates are responsible for meeting goals for critical projects while also participating in lab-wide activities. In addition to a strong technical background, all applicants should be able to articulate an interest in education and how they see technology shaping this sector.

EdLab Summer Software Development Associates must be able to commit a minimum of 40 hours per week during the summer for a minimum period of 10 weeks.

***If interested in this position, please send a cover letter along with your resume to [email protected] Please write “Application for Software Development Internship” in the subject of your email.