Current College Students - Software Engineering Intern

internship - full time, unpaid

Open Learning Exchange
Phoenix, AZ
Closed
Posted 46 Days ago
Open Learning Exchange
Phoenix, AZ
internship - full time, unpaid
Posted 46 Days ago
Closed

Description

Current College Students - Software Engineering Intern Company: Open Learning Exchange Location: Phoenix Posted on: May 31, 2019 Job Description: Our organization seeks a dedicated, passionate Virtual / Remote Software Engineering Intern to assist with delivering hardware, software, and technical support to various e-learning programs around the globe. This position is ideal for an undergraduate or graduate student interested in software development, mechanical engineering, and/or low-cost technologies. We ask that our interns commit to a minimum schedule of 16 hours/week with a minimum 3-month contract (with an opportunity to extend). Please note that this internship is unpaid, but it will provide diverse experiences in the workplace. You will work with people that are familiar with Linux, Raspberry Pi, Angular2+, Android, and Docker, etc. Daily responsibilities will include: - Software development - Software quality assurance - Hardware/software troubleshooting and testing - Other technical-related tasks - Communicate regularly with the OLE team using Gitter

Skills

linux, testing, software development, software engineering, raspberry pi, docker, hardware, android, mechanical engineering, quality assurance, technical support, organization, software quality assurance, arduino, python

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