Acuity Brands Full-Time Opportunities

Acuity Brands will be visiting the University of Illinois on 9/11/2019 to recruit for the Acuity Brands Leadership Program (LP).

Their program is designed to identify high potential candidates in business and engineering disciplines and provide them opportunities to grow. These candidates join the company in full time professional roles that are designed to enhance their early career development. Each participant spends their first 18-24 months of employment rotating every 6 months in various roles within the same functional area. These roles are largely designed to allow them to have a wide range of exposure to the organization and simultaneously give each part of the organization exposure to the participant. Depending on the scope and complexity of projects the ideal rotation provides a candidate an opportunity to work with new teams, new projects, and acquire new skills.

They will be at the career fair on 9/11/2019. Positions will be available for January and July 2020 start dates.

Facebook's 2019 Developer Circles Community Challenge

Facebook's Developer Circles are local communities designed to help developers learn and grow. For the 2019 Developer Circles Community Challenge, you are invited to build software applications that use at least one of three featured technologies: React360, Spark AR, and/or HTML5 Games to give people the power to connect with friends and family, find communities and grow businesses. Your software must also fit into one of three categories: Gaming and Entertainment, Productivity and Utility, or Social Good.

There are over $165,000 in cash prizes. To win, developers will compete and win locally within one of seven regions: (i) North America, (ii) Latin America, (iii) Asia Pacific, (iv) India, (v) Sub Saharan Africa, (vi) Middle East/North Africa, and (vii) Europe. Each regional winner will continue to the final global round of the competition for a chance at additional prizes.

By taking part in the challenge, you'll have an opportunity to learn new skills, meet new people, challenge yourself, and win great prizes!



Main Requirement: Build (or update) software that falls into any of the three categories and incorporates at least one of the three featured technologies:

·       React360

·       Spark AR

·       HTML5 Games


·       Gaming and Entertainment (including applications that users find fun and may play with)

·       Productivity and Utility (including applications that make users more efficient)

·       Social Good (including applications that help others and/or benefit the greater good)

*Teams are also encouraged to integrate other Facebook in their solution, e.g. Messenger, Graph API and other open source tools.

Submit the following assets:

1.       Demo video. (hosted on YouTube, Vimeo, or Youku). Your video should be around 2 minutes, include a demo of your working application via a step-by-step visual demo, and be available in English. Be sure to explain how the Facebook products used enhances the experience of your solution!

2.       Images. Please submit at least one image/screenshot of your application.

3.       Access. A way to access your working application for judging and testing by providing a mobile test build, a link to a live website, or a demo site where the application is deployed.


1.       Register for the challenge on Devpost.

2.       Build software applications that falls into any of the three categories (Gaming & Entertainment, Productivity & Utility, or Social Good) and incorporates at least one of the following Facebook Developer products: React360, Spark AR, and HTML5 Games.

3.       Submit software to your region (North America, Latin America, Asia Pacific, India, Sub Saharan Africa, Middle East/North Africa, Europe) by selecting your region on the submission form.

4.       Create a video about two minutes long that demonstrates your solution’s features and functionality. (Videos and submission materials must be provided in English for judging. Provide English subtitles or a translation if the content is not in English.)

5.       Enter your completed submission form before 5pm ET on September 20, 2019 to be considered in the regional round - Winners will be announce on November 19 at 2:00pm EST.



·       Quality of the Idea (30%)
Includes creativity and originality of the idea.

·       Implementation of the Idea (50%)
Includes how well the idea was executed by the developer and the extent to which the Facebook products were leveraged, and considerations for user privacy.

·       Potential Impact (20%)
How much impact the product could have in its stated strategy.

Schlumberger Women & Technology Conference

Schlumberger would like to invite members who are Rising Seniors in

  • Mechanical Engineering

  • Industrial Engineering

  • Computer Science

  • Computer Engineering

  • Electrical Engineering

to their 12th Annual Women & Technology Conference on August 12th to August 13th, 2019.

During the Women & Technology Conference, participants will have the opportunity to learn about Schlumberger technology in the energy industry, enjoy networking opportunities with female engineers within Schlumberger, and learn about our organization. Schlumberger will make all travel arrangements, such as round trip transportation to Houston, airport transfers, hotel reservations, and transportation during your stay in the Houston area.

Would you be able to share the details of this e-mail with your organization? The attached document provides you with a detailed look at the conference.

In order RSVP, students attending will need to reply to this email and return page 5 of the attached document by July 5th 2019 along with most recent resume. Conference capacity is limited, so RSVPs will be processed on a first come first serve basis.

Facebook Grace Hopper Conference Scholarship

The Facebook Grace Hopper Scholarship application is currently open to those who are pursuing a university degree in CS/CE or a related engineering field (i.e. Mathematics, Statistics, Information Systems).

The deadline to apply is Friday, June 28th at 5:00pm.

Apply Here:

Video of last year’s conference featuring scholarship recipients:

NASA Glenn Research Internship (Co-Op)

The NASA Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio, currently has an internship opportunity available for undergraduate students. This position is in NASA's Pathways Intern Program which provides students with the opportunity to explore NASA careers and gain meaningful developmental work experience. The intern will work in the Wind Tunnel Test Branch located in the Testing Division of the Facilities, Test and Manufacturing Directorate.

We are looking for students who are pursuing a bachelor's degree with a major of study in Aerospace Engineering, Aeronautics and Astronautics, Aeronautical Engineering, Astronautical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering.


This appointment will start no earlier than August 2019 and no later than December 2019. You must have at least one calendar year remaining prior to graduation by the start date of your appointment. Candidates who indicate an expected completion date less than one calendar year from their available start date will be found ineligible. The answers you provide in the NASA Supplemental Questionnaire will be used to make this determination.

Applications Due by June 21st.

Apply Here:

Job Opportunities at Adhocratic HR

Junior Systems Engineer
Graduated Seniors should consider applying for this position. This is a full-time job position located in California with Adhocratic HR. Prefer one year of experience with GE MRI or CT.

Job posted on ZipRecruiter 16 days ago (April. 27, 2019)

Remote 1st Call Specialist
This is an internship or part-time opportunity with Adhocratic HR providing maintenance and repair service for their GE MRI and CT systems. Must have 3 years or more of experience with electricians trade work.

Job posted on ZipRecruiter 16 days ago (April. 27, 2019)

Co-Making the Future - China-US Young Maker Competition

Hackster and The Chinese Ministry of Education present the 6th annual China-U.S. Young Maker Competition: Co-Making The Future!

Young makers (18-40 years old) are encouraged to submit their innovative projects with a focus on areas of community development, education, environmental protection, health & fitness, energy, transportation and other areas of sustainable development. These projects can be either focused on hardware or software, and all students are encouraged to participate.

$41,000+ in prizes! The top ten US projects (semi-finalists) will be selected to compete in the Finals in Beijing, China with an all expenses paid trip. The judging panel includes Adam Benzion, Founder and CEO of Hackster, Bill Luan, Senior Program Manager of the Google Corral team, and Aimin Zhu, University Relations Manager, Google China.

Attached you will find a flyer that gives more information about the event, and for full details, visit:

Be sure to submit projects no later than May 26, 2019!

Target LAB x Chicago


The Lab is a new immersive professional development experience you don’t want to miss. Dynamic speakers will facilitate a cutting-edge workshop focused on innovation and entrepreneurship. After the workshop, you’ll walk away with tools and examples of things you can do to activate who you are within your organization and in service of your organization’s purpose. The evening will also include:

  • Exclusive products & giveaways

  • Makeover stations and professional headshots

  • Opportunity to network with potential candidates and Chicago community members

  • NYC video for inspiration: 



  • Pre-identified talent

  • Campus students

  • Local Affinity Groups (ALPFA, INROADS, MLT, NABA, NBMBAA, NSBE, Prospanica, SHPE)


  • 5:30 PM – Doors open & check-in

  • 6:00 PM – Workshop

  • 7:15 PM – Lab activations including: career coaching, express makeovers, professional headshots, networking, music, food & drinks, and more!

10th University Scholars Leadership Symposium 2019 - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Humanitarian Affairs Asia would like to invite 5 members from Society of Women Engineers to represent University of Illinois and Illinois state of the United States at the 10th University Scholars Leadership Symposium (USLS).

USLS is a youth leadership development program hosted annually to gather world youth leaders who are passionate about positive social change. In cooperation with the Government of Malaysia, this year’s – 10th edition of the symposium is held in Kuala Lumpur from the 1st to 7th of August. They are expecting 1,500 young leaders from different regions of the globe this year.

Mr. Chris Temple, Documentary Filmmaker & Co-Founder of Living on One will be one of the speakers at the 10th USLS. Mr. Chris Temple has received widespread acclaim as bold storytellers and compassionate leaders of social justice — honored with the 2016 Muslim Public Affairs Council Annual Media Award, and recognized alongside Bill Gates and Angelina Jolie as two of the top 100 visionary leaders of 2015 by YPO’s Real Leaders Magazine. He has been called upon to share his expertise at TEDx, the United Nations, and the World Humanitarian Summit, and have been featured on CBS This Morning, as well as in major publications including The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic and Variety.

For further information, please refer to the attached files and the USLS website at

Application Process:

Please submit your resume/CV and a recent ID photo to our Global Partnership Associate – Amy Phung at Applications received before the Priority Deadline15th of April, will receive best consideration of acceptance.

Please review information about the registration fee here. It covers 6 nights hotel accommodation, local transport in host country and most of the meals during the weeklong conference.

Join Astranis at the Career Fair

Astranis is a San Francisco based startup working to give internet access to under-served communities by building and launching small geostationary satellites. They are looking to grow their company, and would love to talk to any members who may be interested in talking to them during the career fair on April 11th about internships or full time opportunities. They are also holding an info session, hosted by oSTEM, in Engineering Hall 106B8 at 6:30pm also on April 11th.

Paid Summer Internship opportunities with Whole Tale project

There are now three paid ($5000) summer internships available as part of a National Science Foundation funded research project known as WholeTale.  Undergraduates, graduate students and recent postgraduate interested in computer and data sciences are eligible to apply.

The internships can be remote and all the information about the projects and how to apply can be found on our webpage

NSF #1541450

The Horizons Fellowship

The Horizons Fellowship is a fully-funded technology immersion fellowship for top university students from around the world.
Past Horizonites have come from schools like Harvard, Princeton, UPenn/Wharton, Columbia, and more. Engineers, business students, liberal arts majors and designers have taken part in this program - they've gone on to receive product management, engineering, and venture capital offers from firms such as Google,, Yelp, Optimizely, Redfin, Insight Venture Partners, and Slack. Others are winning global hackathons and building their own startup ideas. 

About the Horizons Fellowship 

The Horizons Fellowship supports 200 outstanding university students on a fully-funded experience in San Francisco, in their pursuit to become leaders in technology. These programs provide immersive software engineering and web/mobile development courses geared towards high-achieving college students. Students need not have a computer science background! 

NerdWallet Opening

NerdWallet is seeking software engineers who are passionate about working in a high-growth start-up environment where there are real opportunities to make a meaningful and positive impact on consumers’ financial lives. New Grad engineers at NerdWallet will work on a variety of technical problems (front-end, back-end, data-science, full-stack) that will impact their educational and transparency products which are discovered and used by millions of consumers.

As a New Grad at NerdWallet, you will thrive in an environment where they value creativity, team-work and a “consumer-first” product culture. Small teams of “Nerds” provide you with the unique opportunity to collaborate with and learn from seasoned engineers, product designers and business owners, thus evolving our products into a delightful, efficient, and seamless experience. They strive to help you become a well-rounded software engineer and product innovator who embodies the unique NerdWallet culture they are proud of.

Job posting:

Bain & Company On-Campus Events

Presentation: “Communicate with Confidence”

An hour long session which discusses common communication pitfalls in the workplace, practical tips to improve communication, and discussions on how this might best work for recruits. This is not a consulting specific presentation.


Thursday, April 4th  


5:00 – 6:00 PM


Noyes 217

Event audience:

Freshman, Sophomores and Juniors


Coffee Chats

Meet with a current Bain employee to learn more about our Associate Consultant and Associate Consultant Intern roles.


Friday, April 5th  


10:00 – 2:00 PM


BIF Interview Suites

Event audience:

Freshman, Sophomores and Juniors

Additional details

Timeslots will open on Friday, March 29th at 12:00 PM. Please sign up for only one timeslot via the Bain website here.


There is no dress code for these events.