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AWE Newsletter: Week of 2/16


We're excited to see you at events this week! A couple of reminders:

1. Join the #donut_be_lonely channel on Slack.

Want to meet more AWE members? Every week, the #donut_be_lonely channel matches you with a new person to have a one-on-one with. It's a great way to make a new friend. 
 

2. Sign up for AWE membership again for the semester.

Please fill out this form again, even if you have already in the past!
 
Overview

Upcoming Events

 2/26  | Arduino Workshop with IEEE
 2/28  | Dropbox Breaktime
 
2/28  | Mentorship Boba Social
 
2/29  | Study Social


AWEfficer Hours

Come to our office (Cory 286) to meet / learn from / chill with AWEfficers. We're looking forward to talking with you!

 2/24 3:00-4:00  | Trevina & Katherine
 2/26 11:00-12:00  | Emily & Erica

Opportunities

ON CAMPUS: BAIR Mentorship program (get mentored by a grad student who does AI research)
INDUSTRY: BlackRock's Find Your Future Forum (learn about internship recruiting & BlackRock)
INTERNSHIP OPENINGS: Full stack engineer at Prelude (all-female technical team), Backend engineer at besora (use AI to create solutions to climate change), full stack engineer at Aila Health (use ML to identify autoimmune diseases)
OTHER: Rewriting the Code (national community of female college students in CS), Terminal Live (Cal vs Stanford coding challenge with cash prizes)

Upcoming Events

Arduino Workshop with IEEE
 
     Wednesday, February 26 @ 6:30-8:00pm
     Cory 293

Come one come all for a fun Arduino lab with IEEE! These microprocessors are the start to impressive self projects like building your own LED Christmas lights, alarm clocks, and much more. Explore the world of EE with us.

NOTE: Please bring your laptops and install Arduino IDE beforehand: https://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/Software

 
RSVP and Share!
Dropbox Breaktime
 
     Friday, February 28 @ 12:00-1:00pm
     Cory 540AB

Join us for lunch with engineers from Dropbox! Learn about how they got to Dropbox and past projects they've worked on. Also come out to hear more opportunities such as the Dropbox Launch internship!
 
RSVP and Share!
Mentorship Social #1
 
    Friday, March 28 @ 6:30-7:30pm
     Cory 521

Come to mentorship's first social of the semester! We'll be making boba and dinner will be provided. Share your boba tastes/preferences and meet other mentors/mentees in the mentorship community!
 
RSVP and Share!
Study Social
 
    Saturday, March 29 @ 12:00-6:00pm
     Soda 310

Come join us for our first study social of the year! Snacks will be provided, but byow (bring your own work)!
On-Campus Opportunities

BAIR Research Mentoring Program

We at the Berkeley AI Research Lab (BAIR) invite you to apply for the undergraduate AI research mentoring program. The program matches undergraduates studying computer science who are curious about AI with graduate student mentors. 

If you are not currently involved in undergraduate research, but are interested in participating AI research as an undergraduate in the future, or are interested in a career in this field, this can be a great way to learn more!

You may apply by filling out this form.

Please fill out the application by the end of this week! We will contact you around next week after if we are able to match you with a mentor.

Industry Opportunities

BlackRock's Find Your Future Forum

Want to learn how to sell yourself on your resume? Not sure how to prepare for an interview? BlackRock is hosting an educational 1-day program for college sophomores that will introduce students to BlackRock’s mission, principles, and opportunities. Join us at this event to learn more about BlackRock and our recruitment process!

Where: San Francisco BlackRock office 
When: April 17
Application Deadline: Monday, March 2nd @ 8:00am EST
 
Eligibility Requirements:
We are seeking talented sophomores with strong academic credentials across any major or discipline. Applicants should self-identify as female, Black or African American, Hispanic or Latino, Native American, LGBTQ+ and/or disabled, and have an expected graduation date between September 2021 and June 2022. Prior internship experience is not necessary, to be considered.

CLICK HERE to learn more and apply!

Internship Opportunities

Full-stack Engineer Intern at Prelude

Prelude is a process management system - combining budgeting, task management, and collaboration with a powerful workflow engine. Prelude automates the routine, so planners can focus on what they do best: craft unique experiences.

We have built an all-female technical team and are looking for an ambitious engineering intern to join us during a very exciting chapter of growth and product development. As an early engineer you will play a crucial role in the development of the product. Prelude is currently built on a no-code platform (Bubble) and you will have an opportunity to take the prototype and refactor it in code.

What we are looking for:

  • Full-stack engineer, ideally with experience working with modern web technologies (React / VueJS, etc.)
  • Experience building database-driven web applications
  • Intrinsically motivated and tenacious
  • Self-starter who LOVES to solve problems with automation and technology
  • Industry experience is a plus but not required so long as you are eager to grow

To Apply:
Please email Adriana (CEO and founder) at adriana@tryprelude.com and we can schedule a call or time to meet in person. Can’t wait to chat! To learn more about Prelude and this opportunity, visit this link.

Backend Software Engineer Intern at besora

besora is looking for a Backend Software Engineer Intern that has some experience with computer science or has taken relevant courses at EECS (CS8, CS9G, 9H, CS61B, etc) or other similar programs. If you are interested in getting hands-on experience building AI to help combat climate change, join us! If interested, please send your resume or an email of interest to amaanihamid@berkeley.edu.

More details:

  • Spring 2020 semester; 4-6 hours/week (if you can do more, great!) 
  • Design and create API services and system architecture for the product
  • Proficient in Java/Python 
  • Familiarity of web server technologies such as NGINX, Apache 
  • Interest in sustainability, climate change, data analysis, machine learning models, AI 
  • Experience in building machine learning models (nice to have but not required) 

About besora:
besora is a knowledge platform that helps solve the information gap within the climate space by aggregating solutions as they emerge. besora operates on three key principles: aggregate, validate, and communicate. By aggregating publically available climate 'solutions,' validating them through a team of experts, and communicating them to relevant users, we hope to improve the information architecture of climate change information and data, globally. 

Full-stack Developer Intern at Aila Health

We are an early stage precision medicine start-up seeking to fundamentally change the way autoimmune diseases are diagnosed and managed.

There are currently 25 million Americans living with an autoimmune disease, but don't know it yet. That's because there is no easy way to diagnose these illnesses and patients keep suffering unnecessarily. What's more is that many treatments don't work for patients even when they are diagnosed. We are looking to leverage each individual patient's personal data and lifestyle information to help them manage their condition properly and identify potential autoimmune conditions they might have based on our proprietary machine learning algorithm.

If you are interested in changing the healthcare system and having an impact on millions of patient lives and their families, please reach out - email rory@ailahealth.com.

Our ideal first full stack developer to build our native app would have an eye for customer centricity and have the following technical profile:

  • Major: Computer Science or Information Systems
  • Expertise: JavaScript [Angular and React Native]; CSS and HTML5
  • Platforms: iOS, Android, and Windows Backend development (preferred): SWIFT, MongoDB or similar
  • Unit testing (nice to have): Mocha/Jasmine  
MORE Opportunities

Rewriting the Code

Rewriting the Code is a national non profit dedicated to empowering college women in tech. We believe that through participation in a supportive, all-female tech community, college women will feel inspired and supported to rise together to become the next generation of exceptional engineers and tech leaders.

RTC membership offers:
  • Access to a private discussion forum through RTC’s Facebook Group of 4,000+  1st-4th year women in tech from 425+ schools across the US & Canada
  • Webinars with tech leaders and RTC company partners
  • 2020 Internship and Full-Time opportunities that are available now
  • Access to insights from our research efforts
  • And, there is NO COST to students
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