Women Who Code is hiring!
Monday, July 25, 2016
What is the Women Who Code Special Interest Group (WWC)?
WWC is a micro-community within the IU Center of Excellence for Women in Technology that works to build a network of students commonly interested in coding. We host a number of workshops related to the needs of our members and stay actively engaged with current coding trends in the business world. Members within WWC range from highly experienced to no knowledge at all but interested in learning. Membership includes students from all majors and levels, as well as faculty, staff, and CEWiT alumnae affiliates. WWC is also working on a civic hackathon that will engage all members of the Indiana University community to create technical solutions to environmental and health problems.
Your role as an intern of WWC:
- Work with fellow interns and Faculty Champion to launch, build and maintain an engaged CEWiT Learning Community organization focused primarily on interested women students but could involve faculty, staff, and alumnae
- Schedule events, workshops, speakers, and other activities with your fellow interns to engage members and the IU community
- Be committed to developing community and sense of belonging
- Serve as a role model for members
- Provide reports regularly to CEWiT staff liaisons about attendance, assessments, and marketing plans
- Number of hours a week: 3-5 hours
Pay rate: $10.15/hr
Desired qualifications: Prior leadership experience required; strong communication and project management skills; experience with coding languages
Apply: HERE by midnight on Monday, August 8
If you have any questions, please contact Women Who Code Lead Intern, Kelsey Cooper.