About CS Connections

For Students

Through CS Connections events, we hope to provide our students with outstanding opportunities to make connections within the industry and find that perfect job.

CS Connections Events:

The Department will organize regular events which will bring local and national companies to present opportunities that they have. Each event includes:

  • A 20-minute block for the company to describe their internship and career opportunities
  • A networking session afterwards to allow you and the company representative to make direct contact
  • A resume exchange
    • Come prepared with copies of your most up to date resume to distribute to the company representatives
    • The Center for Career Development has many resources for resume preparation

For Companies

Participation in our CS Connections program will give your company access to Computer Science students through one of our departmental CS Connections events and web page listings.

CS Connections Events:

The Department organizes regular CS Connections events, which enable students and companies to learn more about each other. A CS Connections event includes:

  • A 20-minute block for you to describe your company’s internship and career opportunities
  • A networking session afterwards to allow our students and you to make direct contact
  • A resume exchange

CS Connections Web Page Listings:

We also invite you to contact us regularly with internships, fellowships, jobs and additional opportunities for all levels of students for posting to our CS Connections web page listings. Postings are sent to email lists as well as archived for future use of students.

To submit opportunities to students, forward the necessary position details without attachments directly to cs-internships or cs-jobs.

Looking for more information or have further questions? Please contact the CS Department at 617-353-8919.

Directions

All CS Connections events will be held in MCS 148, 111 Cummington Mall. You will find detailed directions on the Computer Science Department site.

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