Jobs in Computer Science

Can't find anything here? The Hiram College Career Center has a plethora of information on their website.

Graduates

CS Graduate Acceptance Estimator
This webpage helps undergraduate students who want to attend graduate school in evaluating their chances of acceptance for graduate school.

Ph.D.org Computer Science Ranking Page
This website that provides information on Ph.D. jobs, and graduate school guides and rankings.

Graduate Student Resources Page
This page was designed as a resource for current and future grad students. If you're thinking about applying to, attending, finishing, (or quitting) grad school, you may find something of interest here.

Information for CS PhD's (and future ones)
Useful pointers for CS Ph.D. Students.

Employment Opportunities
This file is for students/graduates in CS who are looking for employment opportunities. The file will be updated as announcements of openings are received from employers. The most recent openings will appear at the beginning of the file.

Internships and Summer Opportunities

The Interdisciplinary Computational Thinking and Plant Biology Research Program for Undergraduates
This 2010 summer program is a research opportunity for students interested in applying their computer science background to problems in plant biology. It is a 12-week paid summer research experience (roughly $300/week) with many additional enrichment activities (click here for details). The program takes place at the beautiful University of Arizona campus in Tucson (www.arizona.edu). Additional stipends for travel, room and board are included. Students majoring in Computer Science, Mathematics, Management Information Systems, Statistics, Engineering, Physics, Plant Sciences, or Plant-related Biology and who are US citizens or permanent residents of the US are eligible to apply.

REU program at Harvard Forest
This program consists primarily of ecology projects. One project is interdisciplinary, involving computer scientists doing work in sensor networks and data provenance to capture, manage and process the data they collect. This is a great opportunity for students interested in a mixture of ecology field work and computer science research. 

FirstEnergy Corp.
Offers summer internships for Computer Science majors.

Albany Medical College Undergraduate Research Programs
This NIH-funded program offers many career opportunities at the interface of the quantitative and biomedical sciences, and is a great opportunity for students with little or no biology training to be exposed to research, prepare for graduate or professional school, and get some horizon-expanding career insights. Research offerings are specially designed for students majoring in math, physics, engineering, computer science or other "quantitative" sciences.

REU site at University of South Carolina
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of South Carolina in Columbia is again hosting an Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) site in multidisciplinary computing supporting research in the areas of computer security/information assurance and software engineering/model-driven development.

Internship Opportunity Links by ACM Crossroads
CM Crossroads wants to help you, our reader, find information that is relevant to being an IT student. The page you're looking at contains links to Internship Opportunities!

Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Programs
Compiled list of links to many research companies and educational institutions offering summer internships.

ACM Career newsletter
The ACM's newsletter on jobs and careers. It is an excellent source of new information.

Northeast Ohio Jobs
CareerBoard.com brings 24/7 access to employment opportunities within your community- or your destination. CareerBoard began by bringing hiring companies together with local candidates in N.E. Ohio. Today, we are opening CareerBoards in NEW AREAS MONTHLY!

America's Job Bank
Are you looking for your DREAM JOB? There are currently 1,615,577 available jobs. Look for them here.

Career Builder
Career Builder, "where employers and job seekers go first," is the leading employment site on the Web. According to Nielsen-I/PRO, an independent site auditor, Career Builder records more than 4.5 million visitors per month.Career Builder averages more than 474,000 job searches each day and 56.9 million hits per month. It is the recipient of numerous awards for ease of use, functionality, and design and was recently highlighted on "Good Morning America" as "the most easy to use site."

Career Path
CareerPath.com is the leading career management site on the World Wide Web for job seekers and employers. Powered by the nation's leading newspapers and employers, CareerPath.com offers job seekers the greatest number of the most current jobs available and for employers a complete line of recruitment solutions.

The National Academies
Advisers to the Nation on Science, Engineering and Medicine - The National Academies perform an unparalleled public service by bringing together committees of experts in all areas of scientific and technological endeavor. These experts serve pro bono to address critical national issues and give advice to the federal government and the public.

Career Development Manual
This resource has a list of links that provide helpful information about the different things that a jobseeker should do to find suitable employment.

CareerSite Job Search
CareerSite.com Recruiter is the first free "one-stop" e-recruiting service that enables fast and easy e-recruiting for small businesses. By combining a personalized tool that automates your hiring processes with a method that seamlessly connects you with the best e-recruiting services, the CareerSite.com Recruiter gives you everything you need to e-recruit effortlessly.

The ComputerJobs Store
Computer Jobs and Career Management Resources for Technology Professionals.

E-span JobOptions
Job Database, Private resume Builder and Recruitment Resource.

Monster Board
Search more than 342,715 jobs now! The new Monster.com job search has more options for better results.

Miscellaneous

FinAid: The Financial Aid Information Page
FinAid was established in the fall of 1994 as a public service. This award-winning site has grown into the most comprehensive annotated collection of information about student financial aid on the web.

BrainTrack
Financial Aid Articles

Association for Computing Machinery
Association for Computing Machinery Founded in 1947, ACM is the world's first educational and scientific computing society. Today, our members - over 80,000 computing professionals and students world-wide - and the public turn to ACM for authoritative publications, pioneering conferences, and visionary leadership for the new millennium.

Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility
Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility (CPSR) is a public-interest alliance of computer scientists and others concerned about the impact of computer technology on society. We work to influence decisions regarding the development and use of computers because those decisions have far-reaching consequences and reflect our basic values and priorities.

Computing Research Association
The Computing Research Association (CRA) is an association of more than 180 North American academic departments of computer science and computer engineering (CS&CE); laboratories and centers in industry, government, and academia engaging in basic computing research; and affiliated professional societies.

IEEE Computer Society
Members and nonmembers alike can explore highlights of important recent coverage from the Computer Society's magazines, journals, and conferences in our current focus: The State of the Internet. For more cutting-edge research from the leading minds in our industry, join the Society.

Computer Careers
The goal of this web site is to provide additional details that will help you prepare for a career in this area. In particular, we hope this site can help you decide how to develop the skills you need to be successful in a computing career . a journey that ordinarily begins with an undergraduate degree in a computing- related discipline.

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For more information

If you have specific questions about the computer science program at Hiram College or if you would like more information, please contact:

  • Louis Oliphant
  • Department Chair, Assistant Professor
  • 330-569-5275