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AWE Newsletter: Week of 4/5

We're back with new opportunities and events! 
We recognize the uncertainty throughout the world at large and within many of our lives and hope that AWE can serve as a support network and community, especially during these times.
Please read through the newsletter to learn about different projects we have in place, including virtual socials, personal project support, pre-midterm destressing, and more. 

A couple of reminders:

1. Join our Slack channel.

If you aren't already on the workspace, this is our main form of communication! You'll automatically join some channels but can press the plus sign next to "Channels" on the sidebar to join more channels. 
 

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

Please fill out this form again, even if you have already in the past!
 
Please note that all the times listed are in PST!
For Alumni
 
Attention all Berkeley AWElumni! Do you want to give back to the AWE community after graduation? You can share your knowledgeable insight on life after Berkeley with our growing community of women interested in EE & CS.

AWE is launching new programs including virtual donuts (1-1 meetings) between undergrads and alumni, an Alumni Spotlight, and Ask Me Anything slack channel, and even more in the future!

Please fill out this quick interest form so we can get in touch. Go Bears! Stay safe and healthy!
 
I'm interested!
Overview

Upcoming AWE Events

 4/6  | CS 161 and EECS 16A Destress Social Hour
 4/7  | CS 70 Destress Social Hour
 4/9
 | EECS 16B Destress Social Hour
 4/10 | Game Night

 

AWE-pportunities

#project_mentoring_help channel launching next week
Alumni support needed for new programming!

Opportunities

ON CAMPUS: BAIR Mentorship program (get mentored by a grad student who does AI research)
INDUSTRY: Duolingo Career Showcase (and job opening)
INTERNSHIP OPENING: Software engineer for ING - health startup
OTHER: Rewriting the Code fellowship (national community of female college students in CS), AWS Marketplace Developer Challenge: ML Powered Solutions

AWE Events & Opportunities

Pre-Midterm Destress Social Hours 

For CS 161, EECS 16A, CS 70, & EECS 16B

 
     Mon, Apr 6 @ 3:30-4:30pm   Tues, Apr 7 @ 6:30-7:30pm   Thurs, Apr 9 @ 6:30-7:30pm
     CS 161 and EECS 16A   CS 70   EECS 16B

Taking one of these midterms this week? Join our Zoom call to relax a bit / hype each other up before the test! 

Link for Monday: https://berkeley.zoom.us/j/666311752
Link for Tuesday: https://berkeley.zoom.us/j/365831346
Link for Thursday: https://berkeley.zoom.us/j/461464978
Game Night!
 
     Friday, April 10 @ 5:00-7:00pm
     https://berkeley.zoom.us/j/240157339 with meeting ID 240-157-339

Come hang out with us as we play virtual games together! We'll vote on games, which can include anything from board games like Codenames to Skribble.io (pictionary) to Club Penguin!
 
RSVP and Share!
Personal Project Mentoring
 
Look out for our new #project_mentoring_help channel, launching next week! Ask for advice on personal projects, and see weekly showcases of different types of projects. Have experience and interested in serving as a mentor? Click the button!
 
Be a mentor!
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

Duolingo Virtual Career Showcase

Duolingo is hosting an open virtual career showcase on Thursday, April 9th from 4:30 - 5:00 p.m. EDT, for students to learn more about what it's like to work at Duolingo. We'll be sharing insight into our mission and culture, as well as hearing from some of our current Software Engineers.

If you are interested in attending, sign up here. We'll send a zoom link 24 hours before the event.

If you can’t make the event, you can apply to our Software Engineer - New Grad role here.
Internship Opportunities
MORE Opportunities

Rewriting the Code

Rewriting the Code is a national non profit dedicated to empowering college women in tech. 

Rewriting the Code's 2020-2021 Fellowship applications for college women in tech have officially opened! 

The Rewriting the Code Fellowship Program is for women undergraduates and masters level students studying computer science and engineering related majors who are interested in gaining applied experience through potential internships or full-time jobs with leading tech companies.

This year-long program runs from August 2020 to August 2021 and is designed to complement a student's academics offering opportunities for educational programming, industry exploration, networking, peer coaching, mentoring with industry leaders, and the potential for a summer internship or full-time job with one of Rewriting the Code’s growing list of partner companies such as Facebook, SpaceX, Bank of America, Spotify, Flatiron Health, Goldman Sachs, and more!

Applicants to the fellowship must:

  1. Be a current or incoming (Fall 2020) female student in a U.S. or Canadian college or university in pursuit of a bachelor's or master's degree
  2. Be entering their 1st-4th year studying a subject that could lead to a career in tech (such as Computer Science, Engineering, Math, Statistics, etc.)
  3. Produce a resume that clearly showcases experiences and projects that use the technical skills you have obtained in and out of the classroom

Applications are open from April 1st-21st. Learn more here and apply today! 

 
Apply!

AWS Marketplace Developer Challenge: ML Powered Solutions

Goal: Create a machine learning solution using one of the curated models listed here from AWS Marketplace and at least one AWS service that is not Amazon SageMaker

Prizes: $48,000 in cash + prizes including an invitation to re:MARS 2020 | AI & ML Conference

Deadline: April 15, 2020

 
Register here!
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