Greetings from Rich MacGilvray – Academic Advisor
Here to wish you good luck as you finish up the Spring quarter!
It is an exciting time of the year for many of us in education – the excitement is for commencement at the end of June. I work with many of you who are reading this message, and this is the reward for any educator: the opportunity to see their students walk across that stage and become graduates. I plan to be in attendance and meet many of the STC graduates for the first time.
Summer registration is now open. If you haven’t received information on the summer offerings yet, you should receive an email shortly. This is your opportunity to get one step closer to commencement.
As an advisor, please make use of the instructor and program manager office hours. The program managers and instructors are available during these hours specifically to address questions related to the course.
I consider myself an advocate for each of my students. If you have an issue, I am here to do my best to support you.
Feel free to reach me via MS Teams, email email@example.com, or phone/txt 206.239.4530
I look forward to assisting in making continuous improvements to your City University of Seattle experience!
STC is looking for student assistants who want to gain experience working with agile and collaborative teams, receive training in advanced technologies, and learn the current strategic technology trends.
If you are a self-starter, technically competent, and familiar with one of the following subjects – Operating Systems, Networking, Web, Programming, Database, and Cloud, you will have an excellent opportunity to learn advanced concepts and skills through this position.
Additionally, if you are seeking to help your community and gain experience in a high-demand specialty that will significantly enhance your resume while also earning income, this is the job for you.
For more information, click here.
We are thrilled to share with you that applications are now open for our Certified in Cybersecurity Certification Summer Camp. In partnership with (ISC)2, we are offering this unique opportunity to build and fortify your knowledge of cybersecurity.As part of our efforts to close the cybersecurity talent gap, the summer camp will train participants across five security domains, including security principles; business continuity; disaster recovery and incident response concepts; access controls concepts; network security; and security operations.
For more information and registration, click here.
The AWS Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) Scholarship program, in collaboration with Intel and Udacity, aims to help underserved and underrepresented high school and college students learn foundational ML concepts to prepare them for careers in AI and ML. For more information click here.
June 5th – 7th the NICE Conference organizers need students to assist with staffing the registration and customer service desk. Student volunteers from CityU are requested. While volunteers will work, they will also be given the opportunity to select key sessions of interest to attend. While I don’t have a formal process in place yet, if you are interested send your up-to-date resume to:
C4CYI@cityu.edu. SUBJECT: Student Volunteer for NICE.
Presently, we recommend local students consider applying as no dormitory rooms are presently available for this conference.
Check out the C4CYI YouTube Channel for STC recorded Invited Talks and events.
Explore ACM Tech Talks and the ACM website to watch their free informative Tech Talks. ACM, the world’s largest educational and scientific computing society, delivers resources that advance computing as a science and a profession.
Interested in the Tech field? Wish to broaden your network? Check out our clubs.
Cybersecurity Enthusiasts are welcome to join!
Check out the Breach of the Week program; A club member presents current cyber events to the club in 3-5 minutes. This is a great opportunity to learn, participate and network.
We encourage all current and future alumni to attend the meetings.
Fridays, 3:00PM (PDT) Over MS Teams
President – Dan Montage
City University of Seattle has just created a new WiCyS student chapter.
The purpose of the club is to build a community within our CityU school that promotes women’s education, participation, and leadership in the field of cybersecurity.
Next meeting: May 26th, 2023 at 11:00 AM PDT
Typical meeting time: Fridays, 11:00AM (PDT) over MS Teams.
President – Melissa Lee
This quarter, we will be covering various topics including Computer Vision, Data Engineering, and NLP! Take a look at our calendar and club page for more.
We are recruiting new officers for the Data Science Club. If you are interested in becoming one, please fill out the form here, or scan the QR code in the flyer.
Wednesdays, 4:00PM (PDT) Over MS Teams
President – Mahathi Vucha
Looking for more project/work experience to put on your resume? Try contributing to an open-source project:
GitHub for beginner-friendly open-source projects
How to Contribute to Open-Source Projects – guide
Looking for extra help to guide you through your tech career? Check out Mentors in Tech
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