Computer Science Intern

internship - part time,

Next Gen Personal Finance
Palo Alto, CA
Closed
Posted 77 Days ago
Next Gen Personal Finance
Palo Alto, CA
internship - part time,
Posted 77 Days ago
Closed

Description

Computer Science Intern Next Gen Personal Finance - Palo Alto, CA 1 day agoInternshipEstimated: $31,000 - $40,000 a year Apply Now Education * High School Diploma or GED Skills * SQL * HTML5 * JavaScript * CSS NGPF is looking for a talented high school or college student who wants to learn from and contribute to the Next Gen team! This is a paid, part-time, year-long position. Youll learn all about personal finance and creating change in education, help us plan and prepare for events, and build cool Next Gen projects of your own. Next Gen Personal Finance (www.ngpf.org) is an educational non-profit based in Palo Alto, CA with a mission to revolutionize the teaching of personal finance and to improve the financial lives of the next generation of Americans. We believe that ALL young people deserve a personal finance education thats free, high-quality, and accessible. Through the curriculum, professional development, and advocacy, NGPF supports over 10,000 high school finance educators serving more than a million students. Computer Science Intern: Roles will include optimizing workflows that are done by hand, improving our website, and organizing data. We are looking for a CS intern that is * Able to program in one or more of the following languages: JavaScript, HTML, CSS, SQL * Excited about NGPFs mission * Willing to contribute on a wide variety of task Apply Here: http://bit.ly/NGPFIntern Job Type: Internship Education: * High school or equivalent (Preferred)

Skills

javascript, html, sql, css, computer science, html5, microsoft excel, teaching, event management, languages, python, programming, matlab, latex, machine learning

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