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CompE Club Weekly

The course add drop deadline is at the end of the week. Finals are rapidly approaching, and what little time there is left, you should probably spend catching up on all that studying you've been neglecting. We wish you the best of luck in the comming weeks; also here are some events to look at.

Highlights

  • Gitlab Software Engineering Intern
  • Google Internship Oportunities
  • Battle Of The Bands Casting Call
  • Leaders Prize Competition

1) GitLab Software Engineering Intern

WHO: Anyone interested in working for GitLab
WHERE: Here
WHAT: Software Engineering Interns will work on the Gitlab Product, like all engineers who work on the product. This may include both the open source version of GitLab, the enterprise editions, and the GitLab.com service. You will work in either a Frontend or Backend team on a mature stage product at Gitlab.


2) Google Work and Scholarship Opportunities

WHO: Anyone who is not morally opposed to Google
WHERE: Here
WHAT: Google has started to accept applications on a wide variety of internships, full time employment opportunities and scholoarships. For the complete list of opportunities, we encourage you to click the link above. They are also offering scholarships which can be found here . Google is also hosting a HashCode, a team based programming competition. Registration has not opened yet, but it is worth considereing now. More information on that can be found here .


3) Battle of the Bands Casting Call

WHO: Students who are interested in playing music and/or being part of a dance troupe
WHEN: January 18th
WHAT: If you want to be a part of Battle of the Bands this GEER Week, now is your chance! Planning for BOTB is starting soon, and we need people like you to make it great! Please contact enlewis@ualberta.ca if you are interested


4) Leaders Prize Competition

WHO: Anyone interested in Aritificial Intelligence and Hackathons
WHEN: June 19th 2019
WHERE: Here
WHAT: Misinformation is rampant no matter where you look on the internet. Fact checkers and reputable news sources were a sufficient solution to keep well informed in the past, but this wave of fake news challenges that tradition. The Schulich Foundation invites you to tackle this problem with AI. Groups of up to 5 people are tasked with creating an AI that can evaluate the validity of the statement, and if possible, provide evidence. The winning team will claim the $1 milllion prize! This is a great experience to undertake. The competition is far off now, but it definatly worth your consideration!
Click Here To Learn More


Signing Off…

Thanks for reading this week's edition of the CompE Club Newsletter. If you have any news or an event you want featured in future editions, contact us at internal@compeclub.com ! Be sure to stop by the CompE Club Room to grab a snack and say hi! <3