Women Who Code Special Interest Group (SIG) - Student Intern
What is a SIG?
CEWiT Special Interest Groups (SIGs) nurture the growing diversity in our organization by providing "micro" communities where members can network and build technology awareness and skills in focused areas of common interest. They provide a place of engagement that provides professional development and social fun. Active SIGs identify and address member interests, issues and concerns. Ideally, SIGs will allow students to create programs and activities to further their common interests and can include such things as info sessions, career information speakers, how-to workshops, competitions, outreach, and targeted/focused events. Members range from highly experienced to no knowledge at all but interested in learning. Members can be comprised of students from all majors and levels, as well as faculty, staff and CEWiT alumnae affiliates.
About the Women Who Code SIG
The Women Who Code Special Interest Group (SIG) is dedicated to empowering women to confidently use technology in an environment that fosters creativity and teamwork. This community of students work together to learn new coding skills, share ideas, host skill development workshops, offer peer-to-peer learning opportunities, participate in hackathons, and create events that fit the needs of students and reflect current technology trends in business.
- Work with and assist the lead intern and fellow interns, to launch, build, and grow an engaged CEWiT Learning Community of undergraduate and graduate women students interested in coding.
- Assist in the creation a vision plan for the year including mission, goals, marketing, implementation plan, and desired outcomes.
- Schedule events, workshops, speakers, and other activities for SIG members and the IU community to further common interests.
- Help provide timely reports to CEWiT regarding marketing plans, attendance, assessment information following various programs.
- Commit to the overall mission of CEWiT and to the goals of the SIG to develop a meaningful community.
- Serve as a role model to interns and members.
- Be an advocate for women and minorities in coding.
- Submit weekly progress reports to Lead Intern.
- Attend weekly meeting with Lead Intern and Faculty Champion.
- Attend monthly all CEWiT intern meetings held on Thursdays at 4:00PM.
- Attend annual CEWiT Technology Summit on March 23 & 24, 2018.
- Attend mandatory Student Leadership Retreat in August.
- Prior leadership experience.
- Strong communication and project management skills.
- EKnowledgeable and skille din coding.
- Passionate about sharing enthusiasm for technology.
Hours Per Week:
An average of 3 - 5.
Send a cover letter and resume Michelle Bartley-Taylor. The application deadline is Sunday, October 29, 2017.