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We are seeking a Web developer to complement its team of already very capable developers. This position is for full-time employment. We will do our best to help the candidate to grow in software development and make sure he/she has practical and diverse development opportunities in a professional environment.
We do ColdFusion, PHP and ASP/ASPX development. Candidates must be strongly interested in Web Development and be a quick learner.

Skills and qualities that are requirements include:

  • Previous web development experience using some of PHP, ColdFusion, .NET, JavaScript, HTML, and CSS.
  • Thorough knowledge of XHTML, JavaScript, XML and CSS
  • Experience working with databases including MS SQL and MySQL
  • Responsive to several management team members
  • Perfectionist personality willing to deliver only outstanding results

Other Desirable Qualities:

  • ColdFusion development experience
  • XML experience
  • Familiarity with server/network maintenance
  • BS Degree in Computer Science or 2+ year experience

We Offer:

  • Excellent benefits
  • Training on our specific techniques
  • Opportunity to make a big difference in a small, growing company
  • Monthly company lunch at your choice of restaurant
  • Monthly Massage certificate
  • Convenient Stop off the Virginia Square Metro
  • Close to Starbucks & Ballston Mall
Kuttlefish.com - Washington, DC

Kuttlefish.com is an exciting internet startup company providing a marketplace and social network where users can buy and sell goods made of reused and recycled materials, and share reuse ideas. Our Facebook community (facebook.com/reuseconnection) has 140,000 fans and our website launched in May 2014.
We are seeking a self-motivated software developer with a minimum 3-5 years web development experience and an interest in sustainability and social media.
This position is an opportunity to work in a startup company with high career and professional growth potential. You will have a significant amount of responsibility, gain valuable experience, and will be a key player in the early success of the company. You will work closely with our CEO and our software development group.

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Familiarize yourself with our web application.
  • Code new site features and fix bugs as requested.
  • Integrate social media applications with the site.
  • Build widgets to help expand our reach.
  • Ensure all code implements responsive design.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree, or working towards one.
  • Experience and/or familiarity with the following:
    • Linux Server
    • Apache or NGINX Web Server
    • MySQL version 5.5
    • PHP 5.3
    • Jquery and Javascript
    • Github
    • Responsive design
    • Social media integration
    • E-commerce
  • A personal commitment to living sustainably.
  • Highly motivated, self-starter.


This position will require 15-20 hours per week. Hours and days are flexible. Willingness to work on weekends, if necessary.
Preferred start date by Oct 1, but we can work with your schedule if you are the right fit. We ask that you stay with us for a minimum of 6 months.


This opportunity will begin as an unpaid internship. Free coffee during meetings and free attendance at local conferences relevant to our line of business.
Contingent on investment funding and revenue, this position can grow into full-time, paid employment.

Most work will be done from home. You will need to attend meetings occasionally in Washington DC.


- Looking for a Python tutor who is knowledgeable about using Python for data analysis.
- Four hours a week - $40 an hour - Foggy Bottom or on campus.

Aerospace Industries Association

The Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) is seeking a qualified undergraduate or graduate student in Computer Science, Statistics or other quantitative field to develop complex data visualizations, interactive web pages and statistical analysis in support of our advocacy efforts. The intern position is located in Arlington, Virginia and will report directly to AIA's Legislative Affairs division. The ideal candidate should be proficient in live web data visualization API’s (Java); the publication of visualizations on the web (Html5); and possess familiarity with SVG objects for graphical display and interactivity. The candidate should also have experience creating interesting infographics and data graphs that are both aesthetically interesting and readable. An interest in aerospace policy and/or political processes is a plus. *This is an unpaid position, however, a travel stipend is available.

Position qualifications:

  • Strong proficiency in Microsoft Excel, basic html/Java, GIS mapping software, Google Sites, and open-source web-based data visualization tools.
  • Experience with STATA, SAS, or SPSS, is a plus.
  • - Pursuing BS or MS degree in Mathematics, Computer Science, Statistics, Operations Research, or other quantitative field.

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Strict attention to detail, ability to manage multiple tasks, and ensure quality of work.
  • Interest in public policy and legislative landscape a plus.

My 10 year old son (“John”) attended a summer computer programming camp and is interested in continuing to develop his skills in basic Java programming. We are interested in having him work with a tutor twice a month for a few hours, assign him age-appropriate reading and homework, and assess his progress.

Hourly fee is negotiable, will include your travel time.

Ideally, tutoring sessions would occur at our home in Alexandria, though we are open to other options.

American University

Department: WAMU - 88.5
Salary Range: Commensurate with Experience
Work Hours per Week: 35
Position Number:10828

WAMU 88.5, the leading public radio station for NPR news and information in the greater Washington, D.C. area, is searching for a full-time Senior Developer. WAMU is looking for a developer who shares our passion for interactive storytelling and can help us take wamu.org to the next level. Our team has produced work that has won awards and recognition alongside The New York Times and the Boston Globe, and we’re looking to grow our capabilities.

The Senior Developer is a key participant in the development, design and delivery of mission-critical websites and applications. The incumbent will help drive innovation and collaboration in the department. Using scripting languages and programs such as PHP, MySQL, and JavaScript, CSS, Drupal and WordPress the Senior Developer creates, tests, deploys, maintains, and enhances robust, easy-to-use, standards-based applications and websites. The Senior Developer will initiate innovative methodologies to streamline the development process. The incumbent will assist with the planning and development of a rich user interface for new web-based applications. The incumbent is responsible for daily operations and maintenance of all of WAMU’s Web systems and applications and for guiding the design and implementation of applications that address current and future needs of WAMU.

For more information about American University and our staff benefits, please visit http://www.american.edu/hr/.

Educational Requirements:

Bachelor's degree in computer science or equivalent with at least 4 years’ experience required.

Minimum Requirements:

  • The Developer will be fluent in software development processes and methodologies as well as internet-based development tools and conversant in modern software engineering concepts.
  • 3 plus year’s demonstrable experience with PHP and 4 plus developing web applications.
  • Hands-on knowledge of WordPress and Drupal. Excellent programming, code development, code debugging and testing skills, troubleshooting skills.
  • Advanced hands-on knowledge of HTML, XHTML, CSS, JavaScript, AJAX as well as other web development/production tools.
  • Knowledge of JavaScript libraries such as jQuery. Experience with version control, such as SVN and GIT.
  • Hands-on experience with web server/systems administration.
  • Understanding of XML, XSL and other data syndication technologies.
  • Strong grasp of client/server networking applications involving web servers and databases.
  • Strong grasp of computer operating systems including different flavors of Linux, Apple, and Windows.
  • Strong organizational skills and the ability to work under tight deadlines.
  • Demonstrated and consistent ability to work well with others.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills.
  • Knowledge of multi-media formats, including MP3, MP4, AAC and others.
  • Familiar with mobile development concepts.
  • Familiarity with and adherence to web standards.
  • Ability to effectively prioritize and execute on multiple deliverables against deadlines a must.

Additional Information:

American University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution that operates in compliance with applicable laws and regulations. The university does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex (including pregnancy), age, sexual orientation, disability, marital status, personal appearance, gender identity and expression, family responsibilities, political affiliation, source of income, veteran status, an individual’s genetic information or any other bases under federal or local laws (collectively “Protected Bases”) in its programs and activities.

New America | Education Policy Program

We are looking for an education communications intern with excellent writing and verbal skills, as well as some demonstrated technical skills in design and editing; mapping; data visualization; programming; and/or photography. More details about the listing can be found at the URL below, and our other internships are also listed here for interested candidates:

Education Communications Internship: http://newamerica.net/node/118898
Education Policy Internship: http://newamerica.net/node/118899
Learning Technologies Policy Internship: http://newamerica.net/node/118900

Hip Consult


  • We are a consulting firm developing cross-industry software applications to help decision makers in emerging markets, particularly in Africa
  • You are a creative, sharp, and driven student and / or recent graduate who will join a tight-knit team to develop a cutting-edge mapping, modeling, and analytics software platform, among other projects.
  • About us:

  • We have built a scalable mapping and analytics platform using GIS tools and databases such as OpenStreetMap and CartoDB
  • We are experts in emerging markets, with a focus on Africa
  • We have expertise in multiple industries, including ICT, energy, infrastructure, and mobile financial services
  • About you:

  • You love coding, data, emerging markets, and maps
  • You are pursuing or have obtained a degree in computer science / engineering / similar discipline
  • You have experience developing web applications with a focus on stability, security, and usability
  • You are proficient in HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, PostgreSQL, PostGIS, and SQL
  • You are proficient in, or familiar with mobile-first and responsive design
  • You have some experience in developing REST APIs and / or backend development
  • You have excellent organizational skills, strong work ethic and attention to detail
  • You are an enthusiastic, motivated team player who has strong communication skills


  • Must be organized and self-motivated with a keen attention to detail and a focus on accuracy
  • Establishes an on-going process to maintain quality data and define quality audit processes
  • Monitors quality metrics daily to proactively identify issues related to data loads
  • Performs data integrity checks, reports anomalies, and coordinates with internal users for resolution
  • Ensures high quality data is collected and safeguards the integrity of the data
  • Identifies and leverages opportunities to improve the quality management processes, systems, and standards
  • Works closely with internal business units to resolve any quality issues.
  • Escalates and pro-actively communicates with manager to confirm priorities and approach
  • Accountable for understanding data quality needs
  • Participates in team coordination activities to achieve workflow optimization
  • Maintains confidentiality and protects sensitive data at all times
  • Works with 3rd party as well as internal software tools for data quality assurance


  • Extremely Detailed and Process Oriented
  • 4 year Bachelor's degree is required
  • Strong PC Skills, including intermediate to advanced knowledge in Excel is required
  • Ability to learn and apply concepts is essential.
  • Demonstrate excellent analytical and logical thinking as well as problem solving and analytical skills
  • Well-developed verbal and written communication and presentation skills as well as excellent interpersonal skills
  • Ability to influence in a collaborative environment
  • Self-starter, results-driven, and effective at prioritizing and managing multiple initiatives concurrently
  • Ability to work independently, providing structure in ambiguous situations.
  • Sound organizational and planning skills with a solid attention to detail and focus on accuracy
  • Ability to effectively work in a large, geographically diverse system
  • Prior commercial real estate experience is preferred.
  • Flexibility in hours is preferred.

A research lab of one of Japan's largest internet companies needs Spanish and German data annotators.

Employer: Rakuten USA

The Task:
+ Identify and annotate brand names, colors and other types of entities in Spanish or German e-commerce data

+ Authorized to work in the US
(An international student with a CPT permit is welcome)
+ Languages: The candidate needs to have proficiency in one of the two languages below:
++ Spanish: Native (preferred) or advanced level/full proficiency
++ German: Native (preferred) or advanced level/full proficiency
+ Sign NDA form to have access to the data

+ OK to work from home

Compensation: $15/hour

+ The initial task requires:
++ German annotation: around 58-60 hours (preferably need to be done ~8 days)
++ Spanish annotation: around 50 hours (preferably need to be done ~7 days)
+ There is a possibility that there will be more data to annotate in the near future

Coding School

The Coding School, a non-profit dedicated to teaching coding to elementary and middle school students, is looking for undergrads, graduate students, and PhD candidates majoring in Computer Science to teach coding classes at K-8 schools around DC! We believe that learning how to code is like learning a foreign language, and the earlier a child begins learning, the easier programming will become. We are an LA-based organization started January 2014 and will be teaching coding courses at schools throughout Los Angeles this Fall including in the LA Unified School District and the Beverly Hills Unified School District. We are working with schools in RI and Hawaii and now have several schools in the DC area wanting to implement our program. We are also being considered by the National Science Foundation for a research grant on Coding and Early Education. Your commitment can be as little as 1 hour per week – pay will be $20-25/hr. Two of our instructors have already credited their recently earned internships at Microsoft and the like to their teaching positions with The Coding School.

After-School Enrichment Program: Teachers / Group Leaders

Unique opportunity to teach for an innovative organization: great schedule for graduate students and an opportunity to leverage your area of academic expertise!
Who We Are
We are an after-school enrichment program with a strong belief that substantive enrichment and fun are not mutually exclusive – they’re inseparable. Our programs are based in meaningful enrichment, academic support, and creative exploration.

Who You Are
An outgoing, unique, and dedicated individual who is passionate about sharing your skills and interests with young learners.


  • Bachelor’s degree or higher – graduate students are encouraged to apply
  • Ability to stimulate a child’s mind and create opportunities for enrichment that are both fun and educational
  • Experience working with school-aged children (preferred but not required)
  • Ability to respond effectively in a crisis situation and to utilize universal precautions to ensure the safety of children, other staff members, and guests
  • Ability to communicate effectively (both verbal and written) with children, their families, program guests, and other staff members

Position Description
Staff will lead enrichment classes, provide academic support, and work closely with other team members to create a unique after-school experience for students. If you have expertise in the arts, sports, or a particular academic field, this is an opportunity for you to share your passion with a new generation of learners.

This is a part-time hourly position, 2:15 PM – 6:30 PM weekdays plus extra hours on occasional school ½ days and full-day school closings.

Excellent pay - commensurate with education and experience

Continuing education and professional development opportunities

Opportunities for career advancement into Director and other positions

Connecticut College

Connecticut College is seeking a visiting professor (rank open) of computer science to teach one section of Operating Systems (COM326) for the fall semester of 2014 (28 August – 10 Dec). Applicants must have a Masters or equivalent in Computer Science or related field. The catalog course description of COM326:

COMPUTER SCIENCE 326 OPERATING SYSTEMS An introduction to computer operating systems. The primary functions of an operating system, such as process management, memory management, and device management, will be covered. Other relevant issues, such as security, networking, and distributed systems, will be discussed.

Prerequisites: COM 212 Data Structures and COM 219 Computer Organization.

Connecticut College is a private, highly selective institution with a demonstrated commitment to outstanding faculty teaching and research. Recognizing that intellectual vitality and diversity are inseparable, the College has embarked on a significantly successful initiative to diversify its faculty, student body and curriculum. The College seeks creative scholars excited about working in a liberal arts setting, with its strong focus on engaged teaching, participation in shared governance, and active involvement in an institution-wide advancement of diversity.
We value the contributions visitors bring to our community and encourage their active engagement with their departments and all aspects of campus life during the course of their appointment. The presence of visiting faculty members is welcome at all faculty meetings.

Additional information about the department can be obtained at http://cs.conncoll.edu or by contacting Gary Parker at parker@conncoll.edu or (860) 439-5208.

The Nature Conservancy

The Project Manager/Scrum Master manages and leads medium-scale, highly complex business-critical IT software development projects. For these projects, s/he is responsible for leading sprint planning, daily scrums, stakeholder reviews, and team retrospectives; assisting product owners in translating project vision and business objectives into a product backlog; facilitating product backlog grooming; tracking the team’s progress (burndown, velocity and trends); removing impediments for the team; and identifying risks to the team and management. S/he ensures productivity by fostering team creativity, empowerment, and accountability, as well as the continuous improvement of software development processes. S/he may participate in the establishment of project goals and success factors, develop overall project plans, budgets and schedules with input and buy-in from key stakeholders and team members. S/he communicates at all levels of the organization (including senior management) on issues of strategy, risk, process, and ongoing operations. In addition, the Project Manager/Scrum Master advances the role of Scrum across the team by leading/participating in training and coaching individuals and teams, including those outside Technology & Information Systems. The Project Manager/Scrum Master works with senior management to develop and enhance IT strategies, methodologies, processes and standards, creates templates, and selects and implements. S/he researches and incorporates industry best practices as appropriate for TIS. S/he provides mentorship for project leads as requested, and works with supervisors of team members to assist in their professional development. S/he acts as a resource to other project managers to provide project management guidance and expertise.

Please open the attachment for more information.

Potomac Art Therapy Association

The Potomac Art Therapy Association, a local non-profit, is looking for a volunteer interested in expanding his or her portfolio and experience! We are searching for someone with knowledge of website design and programming for tech help with our website. We need help with current problems we are facing with our site and are hoping this individual can provide support on a continuing basis for trouble shooting and website updates as needed. We expect this to be at least 4-5 times a year.

Our website URL is http://www.potomacarttherapy.org/

The website platform is Jumpline: https:://my.kumpline.com/branded/login

The content management system used to update most of the info on the site is Wordpress.

WebFinance Inc.

WebFinance Inc. is hiring Senior Mobile Developer with great benefits. Job detail is at:

Green Door

Green Door, a non-profit mental health agency, is seeking a talented individual for a temporary full-time summer position working as a Desktop Support Technician to support and maintain on premise desktop computer systems, peripherals, and tablets.


  • Install, upgrade, configure, diagnose, test, repair and maintain hardware, software, and equipment resulting in optimal workstation performance.
  • Configure and secure tablet devices for staff deployments.
  • Receive and respond to incoming calls, emails, and/or work requests regarding employee problems

Position Requirements:

  • Currently enrolled in an accredited Computer Science Program.
  • Critical thinking skills.
  • Must possess a keen attention to detail.
  • Ability to troubleshoot problems in hardware, software and desktop operating systems.
  • Familiarity with both Windows and iOS preferred.
  • Some networking familiarity a plus.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills.
  • Strong customer service skills.
  • Self-motivated and directed.
  • Keen attention to detail.

This position pays $10-12 per hour based on experience.

Edinboro University

There are two Full Time Temporary Mathematics Instructor positions open at Edinboro University.
If interested, please refer to the enclosed link and apply on line.


AMD Research

We are seeking Co-op candidates to research next-generation compute platforms utilizing emerging non-volatile memory (NVM) technologies. Candidates will have some flexibility in which AMD site they work from. Candidates should be studying for a Ph.D. degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or a similar discipline and have experience with the following tools and technologies;

  • Linux kernel: in particular, memory management subsystem and storage device drivers.
  • FPGA and Verilog: Some projects have a significant hardware-software co-design component, so experience with FPGA and associated tools will be useful.

Research results may be submitted for publication and may contribute to the Co-op’s own thesis.

AMD Research

We are seeking a Co-op candidate to research new analytical and software simulation techniques for memory reliability modeling and analysis. Candidates will have some flexibility in which AMD site they work from. The ideal candidate will be studying for a Ph.D. degree in Computer Science or a similar discipline, and have experience with one or more of the following tools and technologies;

  • Error-correcting codes (ECC)
  • DRAM and non-volatile memory (NVM) failure modes and repair techniques
  • Statistical modeling and simulation techniques
  • Object-oriented software engineering in C++, and version control
  • Use of STL and BOOST C++ libraries

Research results may be submitted for publication and may contribute to the Co-op’s own thesis.

AMD delivers unique and unmatched computational capabilities in order to create natural, intelligent and innovative ways for people to interact with the devices they love. We design and manufacture graphics cards and microprocessors that power millions of the world’s personal computers, tablets, gaming consoles, embedded devices and cloud servers.

The School of Information Technology at the University of Cincinnati(University Strategic Plan: http://uc.edu/uc2019) seeks to hire one tenure track Assistant Professor to start in January/August 2015. Review of the applications will start on June 1, 2014.

The SoIT is expanding its undergraduate and graduate offerings. Candidates who value diversity and interdisciplinary initiatives, who are interested in being part of a team-oriented, dynamic and entrepreneurial environment, are encouraged to apply. Successful candidates are those who are self-motivated and have demonstrated initiative and leadership skills. Candidates should have the background and experience to teach and develop undergraduate and graduate level courses, specifically courses in the mobile and game development area. All faculty positions require teaching, research and service responsibilities.

While all areas of Information Technology expertise will be considered, the SoIT has special interest in Mobile Development, Social Networking, and Entertainment and Educational Games Development. Candidates who have the capacity and interest to develop interdisciplinary research programs in one or more of these areas will be given preference.

QueTel Corporation


Are you passionate about software? Are you constantly pushing yourself to learn new technologies to develop better, faster and more efficient applications? Then QueTel Corporation is the place for you. Everyone at QueTel is deeply committed to delivering high-performing applications that change the way our users consume and use commercial real estate data. We are the leading in Crime Scene Investigation and Criminal Justice Software Development. Officers and police departments all over the United States are using our software for their tracking their cases and keeping their records in a safe place. We are growing rapidly and searching for a junior .NET developer who can take us to the next level. Are you up for the challenge?
The Junior .NET Developer is responsible for designing, developing and troubleshooting high performance and high availability applications to meet the company’s strategic objectives. He/she is also responsible for adhering to QueTel’s .NET development frameworks & best practices and follow QueTel SDLC processes. We are looking for someone with leadership qualities to grow with our organization.


  • Analyze technical requirements and design new components to meet QueTel’s functional, performance and availability requirements.
  • Design and develop using Object Oriented design principles and software design patterns to attain high reusability and maintainability.
  • Develop an in-depth understanding of QueTel’s product architecture and frameworks. Maintain and contribute to QueTel’s product platform as necessary.
  • Develop database SQL scripts, stored procedures and SSIS packages that meet QueTel database standards to implement product requirements.
  • Maintain and support QueTel’s products that are released to stakeholders and customers.
  • Build consensus among different teams working on software development projects.
  • Facilitate discussions among other .NET and database developers to exchange new ideas and improvements.
  • Continually evaluate emerging technologies to identify opportunities, trends and best practices that can be used to strengthen QueTel’s technology platform and development practices.


  • Bachelor’s degree is required, along with minimum of three years of relevant industry work experience
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision or assistance to complete tasks.
  • Possesses strong analytical and problem solving abilities.
  • Possesses Enterprise development experience.
  • Demonstrates expert knowledge of Object Oriented Programming and design patterns.
  • Demonstrates expert knowledge of C# and the .NET platform
  • Demonstrates good working knowledge of Web services and WCF technologies
  • Demonstrates knowledge of ADO.NET, TSQL and stored procedure development.
  • Requirements analysis and management
  • Strong knowledge of SDLC
  • Software testing (Unit, System, Integration, Functional, Performance).
  • Adaptability/Stress tolerance.
  • Ability to clearly communicate thoughts and ideas within and across teams.
  • Ability to work well with other developers and management.
  • Ability to juggle priorities
  • Awareness of emerging technologies.

Financial Benefits

QueTel offers a competitive base salary and benefits which include:

  • Comprehensive medical, dental, prescription and vision benefits.
  • 10 days accrued paid vacation 1st year, 1 day more each year, and 15 days after 5 years + 5 days sick leave.

IT/IS Benefits

  • QueTel is an information company. Our job is to make that information accessible as needed
  • Work with the latest SQL Server technology
  • Enjoy the performance of Dev \ Test \ Prod Environments.
  • Rely upon a full Windows server environment
  • Employ all Microsoft technologies because MSDN Subscriptions are available for all developers

Company Name: QueTel Corporation (http://www.quetel.com)


Company Information

The QueTel Corporation of Chantilly, Virginia, specializes in tracking and unique item management systems; many of which use barcodes. Its target market is the manual, time consuming procedures used in the back office, behind the scenes activities that are almost invisible. Founded in 1982, the company sold barcode equipment and barcode software for generic warehouse and asset inventory. The following year it built one of the first PC-based barcode asset systems. Today its focus is on customized browser-based asset systems and applications for uniformed services law enforcement, fire, and emergency services. These can be installed on client servers or run on our own secure cloud servers over the internet.

Job Description

An entry level developer is responsible for all aspects of Information Technology relating to QueTel Software.

Responsibilities would include:

  • Working with the development team to debug and resolve integration problems.
  • Understand web-based development framework; develop custom parts that runs on the top of the existing framework.
  • Driving projects that improve support-related processes and our customer’s developer support experience
  • Strong ability to determine a root cause.
  • Strong organizational and multitasking skills with ability to balance competing priorities.
  • Deliver technical and customer support services for end users including installation, configuration, troubleshooting, and hardware configuration;
  • Assign tickets and work hand in hand with Developers to get bug fixes;
  • Use remote tools to access clients’ servers and desktops;


  • Bachelor’s degree in computer science or related field;
  • Web development using Visual Studio (asp.net, c#, JavaScript)
  • Ability to learn new technologies and keep up with the latest technological advances;
  • knowledge of operating systems Windows 7, 2003/2008 Server;
  • Familiarity with web standards and responsive web design
  • Technical knowledge of SQL Server 2005 and 2008;
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously;
  • Strong analytical and organizational skills;
  • Must be willing to work in Chantilly, VA;
  • Must be willing to submit to a background investigation;

Company Benefits

We are committed to the growth and development of each employee. We select individuals based on their desire to be team players. This ensures that you will be working with a group of people that are focused on the goal of the whole and not just out for individual needs. We work together to provide opportunity, challenge, and employment satisfaction as we continue the commitment of serving our customers and achieving the goals.
There is a lot to learn in our collaborative environment, you will get your hands on the latest technologies and be on the top of it.
We also offer competitive salaries and health benefits.

QueTel Corporation (http://www.quetel.com)

Location: 14100 Sullyfield Circle, Suite 700. Chantilly VA 20151

Rate: 40-65K a year

National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA)

The National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA) is currently recruiting fall interns! NMWA offers paid and unpaid, full-time and part-time internships.

The fall openings are:


Georgetown Day School’s Office of Auxiliary Programs is seeking to hire a Computer Programming Counselor to work during our 2014 summer camps.

About Georgetown Day School: Georgetown Day School (GDS) is a progressive, independent school in Washington DC. GDS honors the integrity and worth of each individual within a diverse school community, and is dedicated to providing a supportive educational atmosphere in which teachers challenge the intellectual, creative, and physical abilities of our students and foster strength of character and concern for others. From the earliest grades, we encourage our students to wonder, to inquire, and to be self-reliant, laying the foundation for a lifelong love of learning.

As part of this mission, GDS’s Auxiliary Programs include interesting and engaging extracurricular opportunities that support lifelong learning for students of all ages, including variety of fun, educational, and entertaining camps and classes throughout the school year and summer.

GDS Camps and Classes Mission: While participating in GDS Camps & Classes, children will explore, learn, and create through hands-on and interpersonal inquiry, gaining an appreciation for themselves, others, and the world. GDS Camps & Classes Team Members teach new skills and provide tools that enable children to develop into great people who strive to learn and understand, try new things, and care for others.
Position Description: As part of our summer programs, GDS seeks to hire a part-time, summer camp counselor to work with middle school students in our 21nnovate camp. Specifically, we are looking for an individual to teach the following sessions, which run from 8 am to 12:30 pm daily from June 30-July 11. Additional afternoon work in art and sports may be available to interested and qualified candidates.

June 30-July 3: Intro to HTML and CSS
July 7-11: Intro to PHP and Dynamic Web Pages
July 14-18: Intro to Ruby and Dynamic Web Pages*
July 28-August 1: Intro to C++*
August 4-8: Intro to App Design*
* Please note that sessions marked with asterisks are not currently fully enrolled and may not take place. A decision will be made on May 15.

Pay ranges from $13-$20/hour based on experience and education level.

More information about our summer camps are available online at www.gds.org/campsandclasses.

Georgetown Day School does not discriminate on the basis of gender, age, marital status, race, religion national origin or ethnic origin or sexual orientation in the hiring or retaining of staff. In addition, GDS makes every effort to comply with all governmentally mandated regulations applicable to independent schools including, but not limited to, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1991.


Are you looking for an entryway into the local tech scene? Are you interested in startup culture? Join us at AlphaVu over the summer and learn how to be a part of the science of big data while working in an exciting, fast paced startup environment. Learn more about AlphaVu: www.alphavu.com.

What is AlphaVu?

AlphaVu provides the real-time competitive intelligence you must have to win in the Internet age. Using proprietary data systems and advanced statistical methods, we identify emerging trends, monitor clients’ audiences, and distribute messages to guarantee they will be heard.

Job Description:

  • Track engagement across social media platforms.
  • Gather data on clients’ audiences and groups clients wish to add to their audiences.
  • Search for and analyze information pertinent to clients’ issue areas.
  • Develop and prepare data for statistical analysis.

Job requirements

  • Currently working towards an undergraduate degree in any of the following: communications, mathematics, statistics, computer science.
  • At least one semester of statistics.
  • Familiar with data analysis
  • Highly proficient with Excel
  • Demonstrated work and knowledge of social media
McLean School of Maryland

To view the full job description please click here.

The American Writers Museum Foundation

Position: The American Writers Museum Foundation is seeking an intern to upgrade its website and social media positioning.

Start date – as soon as possible

Hours – flexible

Office location: 1999 K Street NW Washington DC


mobile development company

This is a paid internship. For more info please visit: http://www.clearlyinnovative.com/


Job Description: czbLLC, an Alexandria-based neighborhood planning firm, is looking to work
with an undergraduate or graduate student to develop a mobile application. Ideally, this
student is a full stack developer - able to build out both the front and back ends of the

The application we are looking to develop will help our team of field researchers more
efficiently conduct full housing inventories in the communities in which we work. czb’s
proprietary inventory method allows us to analyze qualitative housing conditions and
characteristics within the context of quantitative data - namely, sales transactions.
Note well, we know precisely how we want this application to look and function.
About czb: czb is a neighborhood planning firm specializing in deep dive analysis, strategy
development, and implementation of revitalization plans. For more information about czb,
p!lease visit www.czb.org.
Compensation: Negotiable

Institute of Technology - West Virginia University

West Virginia University Institute of Technology (WVU Tech), a regional four-year campus and division of West Virginia University, located in Montgomery, WV, invites applications for the following employment opportunity:

Assistant Professor in Computer Science within the Computer Science and Information Systems department in the Leonard C. Nelson College of Engineering and Sciences. The department offers two degree programs: BS degree in Computer Science and BS degree in Information Systems. Position is 9month, full-time, tenure-track, and benefits-eligible.

Qualifications: A Ph.D. in Computer Science or ABD is required. Commitment to teaching excellence, responsiveness to student needs, and good communication skills are essential.

Responsibilities: The successful candidate will be responsible for teaching Computer Science and Computer Information Systems courses for baccalaureate programs and service classes for other majors. The successful candidate will also be expected to pursue scholarly activities and perform other service associated with a faculty position.

Salary: Commensurate with qualifications. Position is effective August 16, 2014. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Further information is available at the Computer Science and Information Systems Department web-site at http://compsci.wvutech.edu/ and

WVU Tech offers a broad array of programs including four-year engineering programs (BS) in Civil, Chemical, Electrical, Mechanical, Computer Engineering, Information Systems, and Computer Science plus four year technology programs (BSET) in Electronic Engineering Technology, Engineering Technology (Civil, Environmental, and Mechanical emphasis) and Industrial Technology.

WVU Tech is an EEO/AA Employer. Minorities, persons with disabilities, females, veterans and other protected class members are encouraged to apply. If you need assistance or reasonable accommodation in the application or hiring process, please contact the Human Resources Office at 304-442-3179 or email hr@wvutech.edu.

Monumental Sports and Entertainment

Job Description:

Monumental Sports and Entertainment (MSE) has a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and Digital Marketing Internship available for Summer 2014. The CRM and Digital Marketing Intern will work closely with the CRM and Analytics group to provide support to all initiatives regarding Salesforce.com (SFDC), Ticketmaster Archtics, and Oracle Eloqua. These platforms track and execute all interaction between MSE and the customers of our sports properties (Washington Capitals, Washington Wizards, and Washington Mystics), including sales calls, order processing, and mass email distribution. Our intern will learn through on-the-job experience about professional database management and data analytics.


Resolve service Cases from internal SFDC users, which include, but are not limited to:

  • Merging duplicate Accounts and Contacts in SFDC and Archtics
  • Changing Primary Contacts on SFDC Accounts, ensuring proper integration to Archtics
  • Create Reports in SFDC and build Dashboard components to display and analyze reported data
  • Build mass email communications and surveys through Eloqua, and analyze interaction metrics
  • Research best practices for the administration and development of SFDC
  • Contribute to SFDC user adoption and training

Experience / Skill Requirements:

  • 1-2 years office experience preferred
  • Ability to learn quickly and motivation to self-teach
  • Effective oral and written communication skills
  • Organized, thorough, and detail-oriented
  • Basic level proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook
  • Exceptional analytic skills
  • Positive mindset and strong team spirit
  • Not Required, But a Plus: Experience with SFDC and/or Ticketmaster Archtics
  • Not Required, But a Plus: Knowledge of SQL, Javascript, and/or Apex
  • Not Required, But a Plus: Experience with Eloqua or other email platform


  • Currently enrolled as a full time college student or graduate student with a focus in Computer Science preferred (other majors, including Statistics or related business path also considered).
  • Must be an upper classman or graduate student
3E Company

3E Company is looking for a part time student (15 – 20 hours per week) to support our development of Expert Rules for SAP EH&S.

Key responsibilities:

  • Programming of rule logic for regulatory compliance in SAP EH&S
  • Support in development of documentation for rules


Graduate student in Computer Science preferred

Ability to quickly learn SAP EHS Expert language (based on BASIC)

  • Knowledge of SQL (Structured Query Language)
  • 2+ years experience in Information Technology with solid knowledge of windows operating systems, office automation and Windows software applications
  • Excellent technical aptitude required
  • Experience working on an IT project or in an IT product support environment is preferred
  • Strong English skills
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to manage numerous tasks simultaneously and deliver necessary documentation
  • Undergraduate chemistry degree a plus

Place of work: Flexible, although expected to be in Bethesda, MD office at least once/week.
Rates are commensurate with skill and experience. Candidate will act as an independent contractor.

Institute for Healthcare Quality Improvement and Performance (IHQIP) Somalia
April 28, 2014

About the IHQIP

The recently launched Institute for Healthcare Quality Improvement and Performance’s (IHQIP) mission
is to improve the quality of health care in Somalia through advocacy, technical assistance, and
research. A subsidiary of Somali Family Services (www.ussfs.org), IHQIP is a nonprofit organization
with offices in the US and Garoowe, Somalia.

Data Scientist, Fellow (Unpaid)

We are seeking energetic, forward-thinking individuals to join the Institute for Quality Healthcare
Improvement and Performance (IHQIP). The successful candidate would help unravel and analyze data
for healthcare quality improvement at our non-profit organization.

This position is ideal for candidates looking for that perfect opportunity to help launch their careers in
global health. A life scientist with a data science background would also be an excellent candidate. A
strong sense of team spirit and diplomacy required, as well as excellent communication skills. Exposure
to open source software, code sprints, agile development methods, and community or technical project
management would be an asset.

Preferred Qualifications:

Relevant experience includes open source analytics; MapReduce; text wrangling; big data; web
scraping; data mining; natural language processing; and databases (e.g. SQL or NoSQL). Core skills
could include: Python, Javascript, R, Scala, and Linux/Unix command line tools. The data scientist
should have strong analytical skills and be familiar with statistical frameworks, mathematical modeling,
and machine learning. Experience with the statistical tools used by our other scientists (e.g. R and
Python) would be helpful. Experience with web visualizations with D3 or WebGL would be an asset.
Our workflow is cloud-based, so candidates should have experience with Amazon Web Services
(AWS), as well as familiarity interacting with virtual machines and web servers. The data scientist will
interact with web-based project management tools and assist with the management of other technical
staff. The ideal candidate should have exposure to code management, code release, testing, and
distributed version control practices.

Primary Functions:

The data scientist's duties will include analyzing, modeling, and mining data with open source tools;
assisting with information management; designing scientific visualizations; and contributing to technical
project management. S/he will be responsible for developing of statistical, mathematical and operations
research models that are applied to solving business problems.The data scientist will be expected to
adhere to our code management, code release, and distributed version control practices.

Formal Education Required and/or Equivalent Experience:

Master’s (preferred) or Bachelor’s degree in Statistics, Operations Research, or another quantitative
field. At least 1 year (with a Master’s degree) or 2 years (with a Bachelor’s) experience applying
statistical and data mining techniques to business problems. Knowledge of SAS, R, Mahout, and data
visualization tools. Knowledge of parametric, non-parametric and semi-parametric regressions models,
cross section time series models, longitudinal data analysis, Structural Equations Models etc.
Knowledge of formulating and solving OR models like linear (large-scale), mixed integer, non-linear and
evolutionary programming methods. Knowledge of various Clustering algorithms and their applications
in business.

Work Environment/Physical Activities:

Flexible workplace with option for telework. Weekly and/or Bi-weekly check-ins with Supervisor via
Skype, email and/or in-person depending on proximity to Washington Metro area.

Development Gateway, Inc.

About DG

Development Gateway's (DG) mission is to empower development professionals, governments, and citizens with
the information they need to build a better world. DG makes development information easier to gather, access,
use, and understand through a combination of global advisory services and custom technology solutions.
Development Gateway has more than 10 years of experience in Africa, East Asia, Latin America and Europe.
DG’s clients and partners include key players in the international development space, including more than 24
developing country governments; development agencies such as the World Bank, USAID, the European
Commission, UNDP, UNICEF, and African Development Bank; and innovative private and non-governmental
organizations around the world. DG develops holistic solutions that combine comprehensive consultative services
and web-based software solutions in three broad thematic areas:

  • Visual Analytics: Using databases, dashboards, graphics and maps to make development data easier to
    collect, manage, use and understand.
  • Results Management: Giving development leaders the tools they need to monitor progress, measure
    impact and make informed decisions.
  • Citizen Engagement: Building platforms for citizens to engage in the development process and hold leaders accountable.


The Information Technology (IT) Intern will assist the technical team in systems administration and management.
He or she will perform user account management, virtual machine deployment using our private cloud platform
and templates, assist in configuring web servers, perform hardware maintenance at the data center, organize
hardware inventory, etc.

This is a paid internship position.

What you can learn from us

  • Linux systems management
  • LDAP directory management
  • System administration best practices
  • Automated deployment & unattended install
  • Configuration management
  • Version control with Git
  • Networking and protocols
  • SQL and NoSQL database management & tuning
  • AD domain services with Samba
  • Scripting in Bash, Perl, PHP or Python
  • Virtualization with XenServer cloud
  • Resource planning & network design
  • Monitoring service availability
  • Configuring Nginx & Apache web servers
  • Security audit
  • Debugging and tracing
  • Using and managing Jira issue tracker
  • Server hardware maintenance and upgrade
  • Fibre-optic SAN management & zoning Qualifications
  • Basic Linux user skills
  • Well-organized and attentive
  • Excellent English
  • Eligible to work in the US
  • Desire to learn is a must: we'll keep no "secret knowledge" from you
International Aid Transparency Initiative

About the Work

This position is about using technology to help fundamentally change the way international
development projects are managed.

The International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) was founded in 2011, and has had incredible success
in standardizing publication of information on international development activities. Almost all of the
world’s major funders now publish data on international development spending to a central registry in a
common format, permitting easy access, analysis, and aggregation of a wealth of important data on
projects in Africa, Asia, Latin America, Eastern Europe, and the Caribbean. These data are invaluable for
citizens and governments in developing countries who want to understand the real patterns of
development spending in their countries, and who want to analyze development projects which are
affecting their lives.

However, the gap between data publication and data use is still wide. The IATI data model is complex,
the registry is still evolving, and there is a massive need for skilled hackers to sift through the data and
develop strategies for parsing, quality assurance, and aggregation. Many of DG’s products are starting to
use IATI data at scale, and we are taking a leading role in the community effort to help IATI live up to its

About You

You are smart and tech-savvy, with a background in data analysis or web development (or both!), and
you want to use your skills to help change the world. We have no specific educational requirements -
what we require is that you can hit the ground running on day one with building cool products for
parsing XML, analyzing IATI data, and extracting actionable insights. (And yes, it’s totally fine if your first
step is “convert the XML to JSON”).

About the Experience

This is a paid internship, based at the amazing and brand-new OpenGov Hub office at McPherson
Square. You will spend the summer in an open concept environment, hooked up to fast wifi and
unlimited coffee, surrounded by http://opengovhub.org/who-we-are/ ">cool organizations, in the heart of a a great neighborhood. You will get the chance to learn from the AidData team about international development, you will push the
organization’s thinking around IATI, and you will be supported by a team who can quickly get you up-to-speed on the domain-specific aspects of the IATI data model. Your insights will not sit on a shelf, but rather will be integrated into core products and production code bases. And who knows - if things go well there is a very good chance that you will be doing this integration yourself before the summer is out.

Association of Public Health Laboratories

The APHL web intern provides support for the association’s rapidly expanding website. The intern makes site updates, creates pages using standard templates, regularly reviews site content and style, supports search engine optimization (SEO) and assists with other projects as requested.
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Causal Links LLC

Causal Links LLC (www.CausalLinks.com) a small start-up company registered in Maryland, is seeking a part time Java programmer to further develop a user interface for a decision support tool that we have developed. We are a small research team working on applications of knowledge-based decision theoretic techniques in different sectors. This is not a computationally intensive work. rather, we need a programmer with a background in developing user interfaces. with a good knowledge of Java to develop a web-based user interface for our tool. Negotiable pay.

The programmer can work from his/her workstation or laptop from any location.



Looking to make a difference? Love web design? Follow healthcare policy? Please help the Institute of Universal Healthcare (IUHC) create a vibrant and engaging website that will build grass roots support for a more inclusive, affordable and sustainable healthcare system by building on the ACA and making it better. (A lot better!)

We are seeking savvy and creative designers who can work with our marketing team to develop an effective site and digital strategy that enables us to promote the organization and its mission mobilize members and raise much needed funds.

Together, we can leave no patient behind!

The George Washington University

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A small business is launching a website based on the WordPress template and we're looking for an experienced programmer. We'll need a site that is capable of registering users, storing excessive statistics on each user account, integrating a Python plugin into the WordPress website, manipulating said Python plugin, and having the plugin feed information into the user accounts based on the user's performance within the plugin . Our project is going to move fast so we need someone dedicated, motivated, and available to work quickly.

This can be a temporary or part-time position.

No Labels

Location: Washington, DC

Job Type: Full-time staffer (not consultant)

Compensation: Commensurate with experience

Organization Website: http://www.nolabels.org/

No Labels is seeking a Data Analyst. This staffer will be a critical component in improving the effectiveness and efficiency of No Labels. The responsibilities include collecting and analyzing data from advertising, emails and social media and helping to develop digital strategy.

About No Labels

No Labels is a growing citizens’ movement of Democrats, Republicans and everything in between dedicated to promoting a new politics of problem solving.

We are unlike any organization in America. The most powerful interest groups in our nation’s capital work to push our leaders and our political parties apart. No Labels is working to bring them together to forge solutions to our nation’s problems. We welcome people left, right and everything in between as long as they are willing to collaborate with one another to seek a shared success for America. This new attitude is what No Labels is all about.

Within Congress, No Labels has already recruited over 90 members to become Problem Solvers and over 75 members of the 113th Congress who support the creation of a new governing process for America.

No Labels does not expect anyone to shed their identity when they join our movement. We are a community of proud liberals, proud conservatives and everything in between who are united by the conviction that people with different beliefs really can set aside the labels and come together to solve problems.


  • Collect and organize data from all advertising campaigns, emails and social media outreach
  • Present the data clearly and concisely for senior leadership
  • Use large amounts of data to assist the digital team make more informed decisions leading to a more engaged community.
  • Assist in segmenting our email list to help craft messages that resonate with all supporters


  • Expertise in Microsoft Excel, Google Analytics, and CRMs (Blue State Digital familiarity is preferred)
  • Comfortable breaking down enormous multivariate data sets to draw conclusions
  • Make inferences, draw conclusions and make recommendations
  • Build a feedback loop to help grow and evolve the digital program
  • Ability to look at large amounts of data and make actionable inferences
  • Proven ability to multi-task, meet campaign schedules and deadlines
  • Strong attention to detail and organizational skills
  • Comfortable working under pressure and meeting deadlines in a team environment
  • Ability to communicate to present data to an audience not fluent in the content
  • Strong written and verbal communications skills
  • Strong editing and proofreading skills
National Science Foundation

AccessComputing, a National Science Foundation funded project, aims to increase the participation of people with disabilities in computing careers. Once again, AccessComputing has funding for students with disabilities to participate in summer internships. Students participate in both research internships as well as non-research internships. As we all know, internship experience is important as students move on to the next steps of their careers.

Students with disabilities who are interested in summer internships are encouraged to fill out the form at: https://catalyst.uw.edu/webq/survey/blaser/224098 Through applying for an internship, students will have the opportunity become AccessComputing student team members. Student team members engage in online mentoring and are eligible to request funding for internships, travel to conferences, and tutoring.

Faculty who are interested in hosting an AccessComputing student with a disability as a research intern, are encouraged to contact AccessComputing PI Richard Ladner directly at ladner@cs.washington.edu

Learn more about AccessComputing by checking out our latest Opportunities! newsletter that helps students with disabilities learn about careers in computing, locate resources, and learn about opportunities for students with disabilities.

Center for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology

University of Maryland Center for Bioinformatics and Computational
Biology (CBCB) is inviting application for summer internship program.
The goal of the summer program is to get students hands-on research
experience in bioinformatics as part of ongoing research projects
within the CBCB. The program will run from May to August (with
flexible start and end dates) and will involve full-time research (40
hours / week). Students will be paid a stipend commensurate with
their level of education. Please visit
for further information and instructions on how to apply.

Federal Diversity Internship Initiative
March 3, 2014

The Washington Center is excited to announce summer 2014 internship opportunities available through the Federal Diversity Internship Initiative (previously the Competitive Government Program). If interested, students should apply by March 3, 2014 for paid positions with one of several federal agencies.

Selected students will intern for 10 weeks at offices within the Federal Aviation Administration, Department of Veterans Affairs, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Environmental Protection Agency, National Archives and Records Administration or a similar agency. Positions may be available in Washington, D.C. and several regional locations.

Many available positions call for candidates from the fields of aviation, business, human resources, computer science, healthcare, statistics, communication, library science, environmental science, public administration and engineering - so applications from students pursuing these majors are encouraged. Additionally, TWC encourages students from many diverse backgrounds to apply - including women, minorities and students with disabilities.

Accepted interns will receive significant financial assistance , including a stipend, fully-furnished housing, and a travel allowance. Students will not be responsible for housing, program, or application fees.

ReuseConnection.com - Washington, DC

ReuseConnection.com is an exciting internet startup company providing a marketplace and social network where users will buy and sell goods made of reused and recycled materials, and share reuse ideas. Our Facebook community (facebook.com/reuseconnection) already has 138,000 fans and our website is currently in beta with a tentative launch date of March 25, 2014.

We are seeking two self-motivated software developers with experience in web development or mobile app development and an interest in sustainability and social media.  This position will work closely with our CEO and our software development group.
This position is an opportunity to work in a startup company with high career and professional growth potential. You will have a significant amount of responsibility, gain valuable experience, and will be a key player in the early success of the company.

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Familiarize yourself with our web application.
  • Code new site features and fix bugs as requested.
  • Integrate social media applications with the site.
  • Build widgets to help expand our reach.
  • Developing our mobile application.

  • Preferred Qualifications:

    Bachelor's Degree, or working towards one. Experience and/or familiarity with the following:

    • Linux Server
    • Apache or NGINX Web Server
    • MySQL version 5.5
    • PHP 5.3
    • Jquery and Javascript
    • Responsive design
    • Social media integration
    • E-commerce
    • Mobile App Development including iOS and Android operating systems.

    A personal commitment to living sustainably.

    Highly motivated, self-starter.


    This position will require between 15-20 hours per week. Hours and days are flexible. Willingness to work on weekends, if necessary.

    Preferred start date by Feb 1, but we can work with your schedule if you are the right fit. We ask that you stay with us for a minimum of 4 months.


    This opportunity will begin as an unpaid internship.

    Contingent on investment funding and/or initial revenues, this position can grow into full-time, paid employment.


    Most work will be done from home. You will need to attend meetings occasionally in Washington DC.

    Citrisys Solutions

    Citrisys Solutions is looking for a handful of college students to participate in a 6 month long internship program. This will initially be an unpaid, and at will employment position. You will be provided with training and experience to help get your career in computer programming started. There is a chance that during the training program you are tapped to work on a live project, at which time you will be compensated for your time. This position could also potentially lead to full-time, paid employment within our company.

    What are we looking for: We need college students who want to get a head start on their careers and life, by participating in a program that will help them gain valuable experience while also providing developer specific training. Those students that have a knack for programming, have a self-motivated and self-starting demeanor, and aren’t afraid to put in the work to further themselves and their career.

    What you will be doing: Immersing yourself in the culture of software development by having instructor-led training sessions, and hands-on project work. Ability to choose a specific software platform or training pipeline is possible.

    Possible Technology platforms to work with:

    • Ecommerce application development
      • ATG
      • Hybris
    • CMS Systems
      • Drupal
      • Joomla
      • Wordpress
    • Programming languages
      • J2EE – application frameworks like Spring, Struts
      • Scripting – PHP, JavaScript
      • HTML5, CSS
      • MySQL
      • X++
    • Microsoft Dynamics AX


    • Must be college student within one year of graduation; ideally a Senior or between Junior and Senior year
    • Must have a major in the computer and or information sciences discipline; engineering, math or other closely related science disciplines will be considered when combined with exposure to programming and or aptitude.
    • Must have time to devote to the instructor-led training, as well as time available to work on projects when assigned.

    About Us: Citrisys Solutions is an IT services company headquartered in Vienna, VA, with offices worldwide. We primarily specialize in full spectrum ecommerce application development, management, and hosting solutions. We also develop, manage, and consult on ERP solutions. We do these on a host of platforms and technologies, and for companies large and small. We foster free and independent thought, with many of our developers able to travel, consult, and develop on a variety of projects throughout the year.

    Broadband Company

    1. Web programming and website builder.

    2. Computer graphics: to provide ‘artist’s renderings’ of library computer
    commons areas and also of mobile (bus) interior areas designed for
    library computer commons areas.

    3. Computer graphics to provide logos for crowdfunding campaigns.

    4. Computer work to provide pictorial/video/social media editing, text placement and management of crowdfunding campaigns on multiple crowdfund sites, like Kickstarter, Indiegogo, Rockethub and many others.

    Company website: www.urbroadband.com

    Seeking skilled computer expert to handle the transition from PC to Mac in a two-person interior design office.

    The job includes:

    • Advising which Mac to purchase
    • Transferring files from PC
    • Connecting it to in-office network and server
    • Synchronizing with iPhone and iPad
    • Providing written instructions for usage.
    • Assisting with any problems that may arise after system is up and running

    Please visit the company website for the opening positions and requirements:


    Edinboro University

    This Job Opening at Edinboro University could be of interest to you. If you require more information, after following the link below, please contact Edinboro University directly.

    Please be advised that Edinboro University is accepting applications for a Director of Institutional Research & Assessment.

    Applications will be accepted online at https://jobs.edinboro.edu/postings/1744

    Rural Broadband Company

    Internship in Computer Science

    1. Computer graphics: to provide ‘artist’s renderings’ of library computer commons areas and also of mobile (bus) interior areas designed for library computer commons areas.
    2. Computer graphics to provide logos for crowdfunding campaigns.
    3. Computer work to provide pictorial/video/social media editing, text placement and management of crowdfunding campaigns on multiple crowdfund sites, like Kickstarter, Indiegogo, Rockethub and many others.

    Company website:


    USC Viterbi School of Engineering
    Feb. 3rd 2014

    This REU program allows students completing their Junior year the opportunity to spend summer break working alongside USC’s world-class faculty on cutting-edge research in engineering and computer science. Participants will gain valuable research experience and receive a stipend for living expenses in Los Angeles. University housing and transportation will also be provided.

    Interested students are invited to attend our upcoming webinar on Wednesday, January 15 at 2:00pm Pacific Standard Time to learn more SURE program benefits and the application process. To register for this webinar and to review a complete list of research projects available, students are encouraged to visit our SURE webpage or review our digital SURE brochure.

    Applicants to the Summer Research program should be outstanding undergraduate students in engineering or computer science who will begin their senior year in fall 2014 and must be citizens or permanent residents of the U.S. or Canadian citizens. The deadline to apply for SURE 2014 is February 3.

    Department of Homeland Security - Agency Wide
    Jan. 17 2014

    Please go to the following link for more information:


    Homeland Security
    Jan. 17 2014

    Please go to the following link for more information:


    CACI Ever Vigilant


    At CACI, we don't just hire you for a job; we hire you for a career. CACI recruits, retains, and develops a diverse range of talent to create an environment that fuels innovation and fosters continuous improvement and success. We empower you to forge your path while providing you with the tools, guidance, and flexibility needed to accomplish your career goals. CACI has a clear, defined strategy that has guided our success for over fifty years.
    Consider a career with CACI, where you will have the opportunity to make an immediate impact by providing the information technology and consulting solutions America needs to defeat global terrorism, secure our homeland and improve government services.

    Duties and Responsibilities

    • Software development on a .NET 4.0 and SQL Server 2005/2008R2/2012 platform. Development includes implementing system improvements/enhancements and resolving system defects.
    • Assignments involve knowledge of .NET 4.0, C#.NET, T-SQL, HTML, JavaScript, and CSS.
    • Follow the software development life cycle for each development task by producing detailed technical design documents, developing, and unit testing based on detailed project schedule.
    • Work closely with the functional team to determine feasibility of requirements.
    • Work with technical team lead to determine level of efforts for various assignments.
    • Attend meetings and take meeting minutes, as applicable.
    • Other duties as assigned.

    Required Qualifications

    • Bachelor's degree (in Computer Science or related field) with a minimum 3.0 GPA.
    • Zero to two years of related experience.
    • DoD Secret clearance must be obtainable.

    Desired Qualifications

    • Experience with web application development.
    • Experience with object-oriented concepts.
    • Experience with relational databases.
    • Active DoD Secret Clearance.
    WealthEngine, Inc

    Please Note that WealthEngine has several openings for this position.


    The Associate Database Developer will be responsible for developing and automating existing data
    processing programs. WealthEngine currently collects and stores data from 35 different sources. Our
    total database size is 3 TB.


    • PL/SQL development:
      • Create simple stored procedures, functions, packages and triggers for batch screening process.
      • Maintain SQL*Loader routines for loading data
      • Monitor/Execute data loading process
      • Review result after data cleansing process


    • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related field from an accredited college or four-year
      university is required.
    • Minimum of 0-2 years of experience with Oracle PL/SQL with emphasis on understanding stored
      procedures, functions, packages and triggers.
    • Knowledge/experience with the following technologies is required
    • -Common Delimited, Excel, Access

    • Knowledge/experience with the following technologies a plus:
    • -Oracle database, Oracle SQL*Loader, Shell scripting, Linux, batch scheduling (cronjob) and monitoring

    • Strong interpersonal, organizational and technical skills are required as are a positive attitude and
      solid ethics
    • Ability to perform comfortably in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented work environment
    • Ability to work as a team member as well as independently

    About WealthEngine

    WealthEngine, Inc. is a leading provider of sophisticated wealth identification and prospect research
    services to financial services, retail, luxury and nonprofit organizations. Over four thousand clients use
    WealthEngine's products for comprehensive consumer and business research on individuals, companies
    and foundations. Headquartered in Bethesda, MD, WealthEngine serves both the United States and the
    United Kingdom. For more information, please visit our website at www.wealthengine.com

    WealthEngine, Inc. offers a competitive salary and comprehensive employee benefits including
    medical/dental/vision insurance, paid time off, paid holidays, and a 401(k) plan.

    If you are interested in an internship or project, community action for a sustainable environment (case) is looking for an intern to help create and design a new website and GIS map for our organization. For future information, please contact Sharon Saku at stsaku12@gmail.com.


    Vacancies: Seeking to fill 3 – 4 positions
    Projected start date: Immediately, and on a rolling basis
    Locations: Washington, DC Metropolitan area, San Francisco Bay area
    Note: this start-up company is founded by a CS alumnus


    Towers is a internet technology start-up focused on e-Commerce and social media. The disruptive technology is an innovative communication tool. The company plans to revolutionize an industry (real estate and hospitality) and launch at universities in the US. First Release plans to be launched at GWU in January 2014, so this is a chance to contribute to your community and witness growth on campus.

    The start-up is looking for world-class Software Developer(s) / Internet Entrepreneur(s). The candidate will have the opportunity to be a part of something substantial. The candidate will NOT need to leave their full-time job; s/he could juggle this project while attending school or working. The opportunity is there to convert to full-time after funding.

    Compensation: To be discussed during interview – equity stake or a combination of cash and equity.

    US Citizens preferred. International candidates will be sponsored after funding early next year (April-May)


    • Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in computer science, related professional experience advantageous
    • Experience with building responsive web UI using HTML 5 and CSS3
    • Advanced knowledge of JavaScript programming
    • Experience with JQuery
    • Understanding of Document Object Model (DOM) and JQuery selector syntax
    • Experience with AJAX web service calls (using JQuery) and JSON REST services
    • Code primarily in PHP, Ruby, or Python
    • Experience building applications in HTML, CSS or JavaScript. Experience with Local Storage, AJAX, JSON, JavaScript frameworks (jQuery, YUI, etc.) and mobile development a plus
    • Knowledge in working with networking API’s: Google, Facebook, Twitter, etc.
    • Work closely with our product and design teams to define feature specifications
    • Personal qualities include: Entrepreneurial spirit, driven, persistent, personal integrity, dedicated, passionate, leadership, energetic, excellent vision and stamina
    • A passion for innovative content
    • Ability to work as part of a team in an environment that demands excellence, time and energy
    • Someone who has the desire to build a company and enjoys creativity and freedom
    • Ability to establish priorities, work independently, and proceed with objectives without supervision
    • Strong multi-tasking and time management skills

    Vacancies: Seeking to fill 3 – 4 positions
    Projected start date: Immediately, and on a rolling basis
    Locations: Washington, DC Metropolitan area, San Francisco Bay area
    Note: this start-up company is founded by a CS alumnus


    Towers is a internet technology start-up focused on e-Commerce and social media. The disruptive technology is an innovative communication tool. The company plans to revolutionize an industry (real estate and hospitality) and launch at universities in the US. First Release plans to be launched at GWU in January 2014, so this is a chance to contribute to your community and witness growth on campus.

    The start-up is looking for world-class Software Developer(s) / Internet Entrepreneur(s). The candidate will have the opportunity to be a part of something substantial. The candidate will NOT need to leave their full-time job; s/he could juggle this project while attending school or working. The opportunity is there to convert to full-time after funding.

    Compensation: To be discussed during interview – equity stake or a combination of cash and equity.

    US Citizens preferred. International candidates will be sponsored after funding early next year (April-May)


    • Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in computer science, related professional experience advantageous
    • Experience with building responsive web UI using HTML 5 and CSS3
    • Advanced knowledge of JavaScript programming
    • Experience with JQuery
    • Understanding of Document Object Model (DOM) and JQuery selector syntax
    • Experience with AJAX web service calls (using JQuery) and JSON REST services
    • Code primarily in PHP, Ruby, or Python
    • Experience building applications in HTML, CSS or JavaScript. Experience with Local Storage, AJAX, JSON, JavaScript frameworks (jQuery, YUI, etc.) and mobile development a plus
    • Knowledge in working with networking API’s: Google, Facebook, Twitter, etc.
    • Work closely with our product and design teams to define feature specifications
    • Personal qualities include: Entrepreneurial spirit, driven, persistent, personal integrity, dedicated, passionate, leadership, energetic, excellent vision and stamina
    • A passion for innovative content
    • Ability to work as part of a team in an environment that demands excellence, time and energy
    • Someone who has the desire to build a company and enjoys creativity and freedom
    • Ability to establish priorities, work independently, and proceed with objectives without supervision
    • Strong multi-tasking and time management skills

    yAPPer is a location-based chat app, developed on iOS, that lets you connect with people around you through disappearing messages. The yAPPer team is looking to hire a paid intern to help their current iOS developer optimize the app and assist in beta testing. The applicant needs to have experience developing on iOS.

    Neuropsychology Center

    Make money with your skills.

    A local Neuropsychology Center needs your talents to build a game-like app for teenagers. The wireframes are finished and ready for the digital interface and coding. This project is paid in cash, not share of equity. Great job for over the holidays.

    Edinboro University

    If interested, please review the link below and apply on line. Also note the deadline to apply.


    I am a small-business owner seeking help with a new website designed in WordPress that is about 7/8 done. The original designer is no longer available to finish, and I’m stuck with an incomplete site. I need someone for a short-term gig to do the following:

    • Study both the existing site and the new site to understand what’s been done to date.
    • Sit down with me for a few hours in person to 1) answer a long list of questions/changes that need to be addressed; 2) train me in how to make my own future changes
    • Assist with the full transition of current subscribers from the old site to the new site (only partially done to date).
    • Test anything that needs testing.
    • Help me make the site go live and work out any kinks that show up.

    You need to be comfortable working with:

    • all functions of WordPress, including creating/editing Shortcodes and Plugins
    • relational databases & SQL/PHP, including a password system
    • online payment API’s (preferably Stripe)

    WiserTogether, Inc., a healthcare IT company located in Georgetown, D.C. near the waterfront, is looking for
    help with technical support tasks for our employees. The job pays $20/hr and hours will vary from
    10 to 20 in a typical week. Sometimes irregular hours evenings
    or weekends will
    be required because of
    the “on call” nature of some of the tasks. We’re a four year old, venture capital backed company doing very
    innovative and exciting work in healthcare, and this job could be a great entry point to a permanent position
    eventually. We were awarded Most Innovative Company in Healthcare in 2012 by the Healthcare
    Consumerism Institute.

    Technical support tasks include,

    • Processing returned computers and dispatching them to newly hired employees, etc.. (as needed)
    • Walking people thru everyday tasks like password resets, password changes, etc.. (12 times per week, probably)
    • Work thru provisioning/access issues (usually newly hired employees)
    • Help troubleshooting our supported apps like hipchat, onelogin, etc.. (few times/week)
    • Audit users' permissions, access, etc. for security (once a month)
    • Asset management / inventory (I don't think we do this much and we really should)

    Things that could follow in this type of role if we determine works well:

    • provisioning/ deprovisioning of users
    • phone provisioning management (I think Alicia may be doing some of this, now?)
    • first tier administrative support for VPN and perhaps even OpenShift
    • triage of outages/monitoring alerts, and the like

    This job requires the ability to respond to alerts and requests and does not always involve scheduled hours.
    The key success criteria will be the staff member’s ability to keep the company moving by responding
    helpfully to employees in need, often without much notice. Technical acumen is required and the company
    will provide training on specifics.

    Morgan the Group

    Wanted Immediately: app designer and coder for paid, one time project – an interactive mindful game for teens. Wireframes are complete and available with signed confidentiality agreement.
    Time frame: Fall 2013.


    The American Health Lawyers Association (AHLA) is looking for an intern with experience in web page content editing.

    AHLA is the nation's largest, nonpartisan, 501(c)(3) educational organization devoted to legal issues in the healthcare field with more than 12,500 members. Currently 42 staff members are responsible for the operational activities of the organization. www.healthlawyers.org

    The mission of the American Health Lawyers Association is to provide a collegial forum for interaction and information exchange to enable its members to serve their clients more effectively; to produce the highest quality non-partisan educational programs, products, and services concerning health law issues; and to serve as a public resource on selected healthcare legal issues.


    • SharePoint 2010 Web page editing
    • Inserting webparts on web pages
    • Assessment/Testing of new site functionalities
    • Log issues and findings in Excel.
    • Researches ways to resolve issues (Google, for example)


    • Applicants should have excellent understanding of web design and web development and ability to work on web pages efficiently.
    • Computer Science students, Junior or Senior year.
    • General concept of how a dynamic website works.
    • Knowledge of Microsoft CRM database is a plus.
    • Experience gained in the classroom and through personal application will be accepted.


    Applicants should be able to work Monday – Friday about 4 hours a day.

    How to Apply

    Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Jobs6083@healthlawyers.org

    Songlister LLC


    • Brand new startup is building a revolutionary song management platform for amateur musicians
    • Backend dev – experience with Python or PHP, JSON/XML, and SQL or similar db required
    • Frontend dev – Must have exp. with HTML5 and Javascript. Vector graphic design is a plus
    • Compensation will be discussed following the interview Send inquiries and work samples to

    Grad student in consortium school is looking for a tutor with experience in Python programming language. Object-oriented programming experience preferred but not necessary. Flexible scheduling. Fee for services.

    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

    The Illinois Professional Science Master’s (PSM), a unit of the Graduate College, offers
    master’s degree programs combining advanced study in science with business. The 16-month
    program currently enrolls students in five M.S. programs: agricultural production, bioenergy,
    food science and human nutrition, plant biology, and technical systems management.
    Additional programs are in development. Program growth and enhancing the quality of
    students’ experience are high priorities.

    The Visiting Assistant Director supports the mission of the Illinois PSM by recruiting and
    advising prospective students; building the program’s marketing and communication activities;
    cultivating relationships with prospective internship companies and working with students to
    secure internships; and supporting the industry seminar series, including instructional support
    and some teaching. The position reports to the Director, Illinois PSM.

    This is a 12-month, full-time (100%), visiting academic professional position, renewable
    annually. The position may become regular at a later date. Salary for the position will be
    commensurate with experience, and the start date will be as soon as possible after the closing


    • Recruit students through outreach visits at education fairs, professional group networking,
      company site visits, online and in-person information sessions, course visits, social
      networking, and telephone/e-mail follow-up of inquiries
    • Advise prospective students on admissions, program, and course requirements and on
      career options
    • Manage communications through an applicant customer relationship management (CRM)
    • Help design and implement comprehensive and integrated communications including print,
      electronic, and social media
    • Contribute to and maintain content on the program’s website
    • Assist with surveys to track student opinions and outcomes
    • Seek internship and job opportunities on PSM students’ behalf
    • Cultivate employer relationships to foster employment opportunities for Illinois PSM
      students and graduates
    • Help develop new internship options that place students in entrepreneurial and/or
      consulting projects
    • Support program instruction in professional skills development (e.g., communication,
      interpersonal skills, influence and negotiation)
    • Provide logistics support for seminar guest speakers
    • Support seminar-related workshops with outside facilitators
    • Assist in assessment of students’ professional knowledge, skills, and abilities


    • A bachelor’s degree plus four years of relevant experience or a master’s degree plus 2
      years of relevant experience
    • A record of accomplishment and progressive responsibility in sales and marketing,
      corporate training and development, or higher education
    • Demonstrated verbal and written communication skills
    • Demonstrated interpersonal and organizational skills
    • Ability to work successfully with diverse groups in a team-oriented environment
    • Demonstrated energy and enthusiasm
    • An understanding of the higher education marketplace
    • Aptitude to understand and articulate the value of professional master’s degrees to
      prospective students and to potential employers
    • Availability for occasional evening hours, weekend events, and/or out-of-town events


  • A graduate degree from an accredited institution in business, science, communication or a
    closely related field
  • Undergraduate or graduate teaching experience or corporate training experience
  • One-on-one advising experience in higher education or corporate customer service
  • Interest in and general knowledge of business and science

    For full consideration, upload a letter of application and resume, along with the names and
    contact information of three references at http://jobs.illinois.edu by November 8, 2013.

    For further information regarding application procedures, you may contact the Graduate
    College Human Resources at 217-244-5400 or frivera@illinois.edu.

    The University of Illinois is an Affirmative Action /Equal Opportunity Employer. The
    administration, faculty and staff embrace diversity and are committed to attracting
    qualified candidates who also embrace and value diversity and inclusivity.

    University of North Carolina

    Position Type: EPA-NF Instructional
    Supervisor: Dean of The Graduate School
    FTE: 1.0

    Position Summary:

    This position will coordinate all administrative functions associated
    with the professional science master’s degrees that fall under the purview of The
    Graduate School including the student admission process, broad marketing of the
    degree opportunities, hiring of adjunct faculty to teach professional skills courses,
    scheduling of professional skills courses, registration and advisement of students,
    scheduling of seminar series, coordinating internships and job placements for all
    students in PSM degree programs, annual budgeting and program assessment. The
    Director will report directly to the Dean of the Graduate School and will be a member of
    the internal Professional Science Master’s degree advisory board. In addition, the
    Director will coordinate annual meetings with the external advisory board, will be the
    liaison with the external advisory board and will recruit new members to both the
    internal and external advisory boards.

    Principal Functions (Percentage Effort and Description)

    1) (10%) Coordinating and administering the student recruitment and admission

    2) (20%) Coordinating the development and scheduling of three professional skills
    courses required for the PSM degree programs. This will include hiring adjunct
    faculty to teach these courses, review of proposed course syllabi with internal and
    external advisory committees, and the coordination of the PSM seminar series.

    3) (25%) Developing and coordinating an effective internship program with local

    4) (10%) Student registration and student advisement

    5) (10%) Budget responsibility for the PSM programs, including distributions to the
    participating departmental units

    6) (5%) Coordinating all meetings of internal external advisory boards

    7) (5%) Coordinating student placement services

    8) (5%) Review of program goals through regular meetings with departments

    9) (5%) Participating in financial resource development, including external funding

    Requirements: Relevant terminal degree required; for candidates demonstrating
    comparable independent educational or instructional activities related to the
    development or administration of similar programs, will accept a relevant undergraduate
    degree and 5 or more years of directly related experience in substitution.

    Qualifications and Experience Requirements:

    • Experience with Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)
    industries and familiarity with university processes, so as to be able to effectively
    transition between and integrate the two cultures
    • Excellent communication and advocacy skills
    • Program assessment skills
    • Superior organization skills and the ability to process parallel tasks while working
    with multiple degree programs
    • Evidence of prior management and budgeting experience
    • Experience with education outreach is preferred

    Apply online at https://unc.peopleadmin.com/postings/32771


    TMSOFT is seeking software developers to join our small team and build the next generation of Android and iOS apps. Interns will get the opportunity to work with and learn from one of the top mobile developers in the industry. Interns must be self-motivated, detail-oriented, have excellent problem-solving skills, and be excited to build cool stuff.

    Who We Are:

    TMSOFT was founded in 2008 to publish unique mobile apps for smartphones. Our product offering includes sleep aids, music visualization, and fun and challenging games. Our apps are available in the iTunes App Store, Mac App Store, Google Play Store, and Amazon Appstore.
    Our most popular app, White Noise, reached the #1 overall spot on iTunes when it was initially released in 2008 and continues to be a top ranked Health & Fitness. White Noise has been featured by numerous publications and media outlets including the Today Show, The Dr. Oz Show, Fox & Friends First, The Washington Post, Health Magazine, NY Times, Macworld, PC Magazine, PC World, CNET, Esquire, and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon show.
    Interns will focus on mobile application development on iOS and Android platforms. Responsibilities will include all aspects of development from analysis to design, coding, implementing, testing, and maintaining and updating mobile apps.


    • Enrolled in computer science program
    • Excellent problem solving skills
    • Excited to build mobile apps
    • Experience with at least C++, Java, or Objective-C

    How to Apply:

    Send resume to Katie at jobs@tmsoft.com

    Research group from the GWU Chemistry department

    Research group from the GWU Chemistry department needs to quickly find a talented programmer to help write code that automates data entry of spectral data and integrates it with statistical algorithms written in R. The programming language of choice is up for discussion. The goal is to eventually implement this into a web-based tool. We have a fixed budget and anticipate the project to last 4-8 weeks part-time work. Must be an independent worker. Can provide a work space in the lab if desired.


    Program: Youth Leadership
    Supervisor: Youth Program Coordinator
    Location: 1420 Columbia Rd., NW, Washington, D.C. 20009

    About CentroNía and the Youth Leadership Program

    CentroNía is a nationally recognized, multicultural learning community with a pioneering
    approach to bilingual education. Visit CentroNía and see children building bilingual literacy skills
    with a native speaker, teens experimenting with music, or budding entrepreneurs preparing to
    build a quality childcare business.

    The CentroNía Youth Leadership Program serves youth ages 14-21 by engaging them in free
    programs and workshops based on their interests. The program is youth driven and encourages
    youth to take ownership of the program, making decisions that will affect its future. This fall
    2013, the program will host a series of project based workshops that will enable youth to use
    technology to produce their own photos, apps, short films, magazines, and much more.

    Position Description

    CentroNía Youth Leadership Program is seeking a current college student or graduate who is
    interested in volunteering to teach a weekly 2-hour workshop focused on designing iOS/Android
    apps for beginners using a program such as AppArchitect. In return, the Youth Program will
    provide an opportunity for the intern to gain experience in one-on-one youth development and
    small project design. CentroNia will give the volunteer and youth access to 8 iMacs and 3 iPads,
    as well as an Apple iOS Developer’s Account, to run this workshop. This person should be
    enthusiastic about CentroNía’s mission and goals and eager to complement his/her learning
    with a hands-on experience running a weekly app design workshop.

    Specific Responsibilities

    Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

    • Designing a curriculum for a once a week, 2 hour workshop for youth ages 14-21 to help
      them make their own basic apps on any subject they’re interested in
    • Teach using an app development platform such as AppArchitect for youth who have no
      coding experience
    • Provide guidance for all design element and technical questions that youth participants
      may have
    • Assist in publishing youth-developed apps
    • Getting youth motivated to participate and be creative based on their own interests
    • Coordinating with Youth Program staff for all workshop and event ideas and logistics
    • Help plan an end-of-workshop presentation of the apps for CentroNia, the community,
      and participants’ friends and family


    • Excellent interpersonal skills in both a professional environment as well as with youth
      ages 14-21
    • Experience with graphic design programs such as Adobe Photoshop or InDesign as well
      as mobile app Software Development Kits (SDKs)
    • Demonstrate initiative, self-motivation, and continual learning
    • Ability to work both independently and collaboratively with a team
    • Spanish proficiency desired but not required

    Hours, Start Date and Duration

    Two hours per week within the timeframe of 3:30-6:30pm. The workshop will start at a mutually
    agreed upon date in October and conclude in December 2013. The workshop may continue
    through the 2013-2014 academic year depending on mutual interest and satisfactory
    performance. This is an unpaid, volunteer position. Depending on funding availability, there is
    the possibility of future payment for this work.

    To Apply:
    Please submit your resume and cover letter; indicating the position you are applying to:
    Human Resources Department at CentroNía at:
    1420 Columbia Road, NW, DC 20009
    Fax (202) 745-0154

    “Educating children and youth, and strengthening families, in a bilingual, multicultural
    CentroNía is an equal opportunity employer