Technical Interview Prep Course

If you’re looking to get a Software Development Internship at any tech company check out this course.

Admissions are closing soon for CodePath's free Technical Interview Prep course. Last year 70% of their alumni received technical internship and jobs at companies like Microsoft, Google, Amazon and more! The course is almost full: apply before May 5th! has taught 4,000+ engineers who now work at top companies like Microsoft, Google, Facebook, AirBnb and more. They’re offering their expertise for free to students. By taking their 12-week Technical Interview Prep course this summer, you’ll get:

  • The highest level of interview prep study available

  • 1 on 1 career coaching and personalized learning plans

  • Industry panels and mentorship from professional engineers

  • Free access to CodePath’s fall Virtual Career Fair w/ 50+ employers. Last year - 70% of students received technical internships!

Make the most of your summer and land a sweet job! Deadline to apply is May 5th, 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

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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.


AT&T L1VE is a fast track option for candidates interested in their Leadership Development programs.   This all expenses paid trip to Dallas will put you among the best and brightest in your field and will feature competitions, client interactions, tours, networking and fun.  Final round interviews will happen on-sight for all attendees!

You will have the opportunity to learn about AT&T’s Development Programs – straight from the experts!  You’ll network with AT&T’s senior leaders and technology gurus all leading towards the potential opportunity to leave with an offer to start an amazing career at AT&T.

What did last year look like?  Here is The AT&T L1VE Experience from 2018.


Women of Wonder Luncheon

OVP Woman of Wonder Luncheon: RSVP
Join OVP as they commence 8 individuals, who identify as a woman, share their stories about impacting others via volunteering, and initiating and creating change within our community.

The deadline to RSVP is Saturday, March 9, 4:59 p.m. Please note that ensured reservations will be given on a first come, first served basis.

Contact the Office of Volunteer Programs for more details.

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Capgemini Summer 2019 - RISE Program

RISE is Capgemini’s new leadership program aimed at giving rising seniors an in-depth look into the field of technology consulting.  This is a high intensity, interactive, 3-day session where students will be exposed to Capgemini resources and design centers.  You will be offered many opportunities to flex your critical-thinking skills against real-life problems, to gain a true understanding of how working in a global technology consulting firm can support your career path, and to meet like-minded students from across the country.  Students will be grouped together and tasked with a “project” to solve which will result in a tangible product that you will then present to a panel of judges.   Successful completion of the program may result in a 2020 Staff Consultant full time offer with Capgemini.


Qualifications and Requirements:

  • Minimum 3.4 GPA along with a major or minor in one of the following:

    • Biochemistry

    • Biology

    • Chemistry

    • Computer Science

    • Engineering (Aerospace, Chemical, Civil, Computer, Electrical, Mechanical)

    • Information Technology

    • Mathematics

    • Physics

    • Psychology

    • Statistics

    • Supply Chain

  • Available May 28 – May 30

  • Ability to travel to event location

  • Must be legally authorized to work in the United States



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Deloitte Consulting Leadership Conference

Strong leadership requires a lot more than a title. It requires vision, confidence, teamwork, and a strong sense of integrity. The Deloitte Consulting Leadership Conference aims to strengthen these qualities in today’s best and brightest students to assist them in becoming the business leaders of tomorrow.

About the Deloitte Consulting Leadership Conference

The Deloitte Consulting Leadership Conference, led by Deloitte Technology and Human Capital Consulting professionals, will bring select freshmen and sophomores together to participate in an interactive event focused on developing both leadership and consulting skills. You will hone your team-building, interpersonal, and communication skills in an exciting, dynamic environment. This conference is sure to be a rewarding and thought-provoking experience with lessons you can apply throughout your university career!

Program Details

What: Deloitte Consulting Leadership Conference
When: Saturday, April 13 from 9 AM CST – 3 PM CST
Where: I Hotel and Conference Center (1900 South First Street, Champaign, IL 61820)

How to Apply

To apply for the Deloitte Consulting Leadership Conference, please complete this application. The application must be submitted before 11:59 PM CST on Friday, March 22nd.

Resumes are not required but are recommended with your application submission. To submit your resume, please email UIUC Consulting Campus Recruiting using the following email subject: UIUC Deloitte Consulting Leadership Conference. Save your resume with the following format: Last Name_First Name_Expected Graduation Year [YYYY]_Expected Graduation Month [MM].


·       Freshman (first-year undergraduate) or Sophomore (second-year undergraduate) standing: Enrollment in a full-time academic program with a target graduation date between December 2020 and May 2022

·       Strong academic credentials (minimum GPA of 3.3 preferred)

·       Demonstration of leadership, problem-solving, and strong verbal / written communication skills

·       Ability to work both independently and as part of a team with professionals at all levels

·       Interest in pursuing a career in Human Capital or Technology Consulting



Please contact Emily Rock and Joydeep Ganguly if you have any questions.

Emily Rock
College of Business,
May 2018
HC Business Analyst

Joydeep Ganguly
College of Engineering,
May 2017
Business Technology Analyst


To find out more about Deloitte and our Analyst Programs, please visit our website.