Congratulations to our recipients of SCESoc 2021 – 2022 awards!
Nokia New Grad Positions
Nokia is recruiting spring 2022 new grads for the following positions:
Jr. Service Router Embedded SW Developer
Jr. Application Software Developer
Jr. 1830 PSS Embedded Packet Software Developer
Jr. NSP Java Automation Developer
Jr. Optical Lab System Administrator
Jr. NSP Software Tester
Jr. Visual Interaction Designer
Jr. 7705 SAR Software Engineer
Nokia is committed to innovation and technology leadership across mobile, fixed and cloud networks. Your career here will have a positive impact on people’s lives and will help us build the capabilities needed for a more productive, sustainable, and inclusive world.
Hey SCESoc! The Engineering Student’s Society Council of Ontario (ESSCO) is researching 1st and 2nd Year Retention in Engineering Societies/Clubs. The survey will take approximately 7 minutes and can be filled out by any engineering student in any year of study. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1ZJLpH9X5JCOGtAFlWIiVQAzEwlLfKgKykz2PsjjEME8/viewform?edit_requested=true
Form closes on March 21st!
Hey SCESoc! The Canadian registered charity STEM Fellowship is looking for their STEMpowerment Mentorship Program. This program connects Canadian university students with high school students to help students explore their life, career, and/or academic goals over an extended period of time. They are in specific need for individuals from computer science, engineering and the physical sciences currently. The Canadian registered charity STEM Fellowship provides specialized support for students typically underrepresented in STEM, including students identifying as Indigenous, economically disadvantaged, rural residents, refugees, and new immigrants, but they are open to anyone. For more details visit: https://stemfellowship.org/stem-skills-development-and-mentorship/stempowerment-mentorship-and-webinars/
Let’s SOLVE it
Borealis AI, the AI research centre created by Royal Bank of Canada is opening its new cycle for its program Let’s SOLVE it. Let’s SOLVE it is an AI mentorship program that aims to help undergraduate students in Canadian universities and colleges make a difference in their communities through the application of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML).
This free 2-months program provides students with mentorship, contacts, training and the guidance needed to solve a problem in their local community and turn their idea into a viable proof-of-concept. We’re looking for teams of 3 to 5 undergraduate students. The mentorship program is conducted virtually and runs from May 1st to July 1st.
Anyone interested can learn more about this initiative here. Applications close at 11:59pm ET on March 31st 2022.
For questions, students interested can email us at email@example.com and use subject line: Let’s SOLVE it | Undergraduate Mentorship Program.
Check it out here: https://www.borealisai.com/en/about/lets-solve-it/
Teaching Excellence Aware
Hey SCESoc! Nominate a Professor or Instructor in the SCE department whom you think did an excellent job teaching in the 2021-2022 year! Link here: https://forms.gle/op83nWLPrEBkhpFd9
Vector Institute Internship
Hey SCESoc! Vector Institute for Artificial Intelligence is hiring Summer 2022 Interns! Check out the details below: Research Internships Our world-leading researchers are pushing the boundaries of machine learning and deep learning in critical areas such as sequential decision making, generative models, and understanding machine learning and AI, privacy, security and fairness, and health care. Interested in working with them as a research intern this summer? Learn more and apply here (https://vectorinstitute.ai/internships/). Applications are now open and the deadline to apply is March 31st. Research & Applied Internships for Black & Indigenous Students In addition to research internships, we also recruit a number of Applied AI interns each term. This summer the applied internship stream is targeting Black and Indigenous students and postdocs to accelerate and expand access to knowledge of AI by providing relevant, hands-on learning and work experience in machine learning and AI. It is designed to meet the criteria of Special Programs in line with the values of the Ontario Human Rights Code, and specifically to assist disadvantaged and underrepresented groups to achieve equal opportunity in the field of AI. Learn more about programming for Black and Indigenous students. The application deadline is February 27th, 2022. Learn more & apply today! (https://vectorinstitute.ai/ml-classes-and-internships-for-black-indigenous-students/) Have questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
- There’s also a Vector Scholarship in Artificial Intelligence: The nomination period for the Vector Scholarship in Artificial Intelligence is currently open! If you or someone you know is pursuing an AI study path at an Ontario university this upcoming academic year (Spring 2022, Fall 2022, or Winter 2023 starts), this may be an opportunity you want to check out. The award is valued at $17,500 for one-year of full-time study and nominations are welcome from Core-Tech (i.e. STEM) and Complementary (e.g. health, business, policy) programs. Visit our website to learn more (http://vectorinstitute.ai/scholarship/). Eligible candidates should inform their prospective programs of their interest as soon as possible! Questions about the scholarship? Email email@example.com.
Societal Wars Patches 2021
Hey SCESoc! With Societal Wars beginning tomorrow, don’t forget to order your patches from last year! The yearly patches are designed to build a chain beneath the base patch. Order them now at www.scesoc.ca/merchandise
Hey SCESoc! SSENSE is hosting a virtual Ontario student exclusive event for those in the technology/ computer science/ software engineering stream. The event will be held on January 12 from 5:00-6:30pm and registration is required, link to sign up here: smrtr.io/7pBJ2
SCESocks are now available!
Head over to merchandise to buy some SCESocks!