Google's 2021B CS Research Mentorship Program

The application for Google's 2021B CS Research Mentorship Program (CSRMP) is now open for students to apply. CSRMP aims to support students from historically marginalized groups to progress in computing research pathways.

About the program

Students are matched into a pod with a Google mentor and small group of peers who are at a similar academic stage, and interested in the same research area. Pods structure discussion and identify opportunities around a topic shared by each student and supported by the mentor through group and one-on-one meetings.
In addition, students join a broader peer community, and are invited to virtual networking events, career panels, tech talks, and information sessions about computing research opportunities. CSRMP does not assign research projects or internships.
The mentorship cycle runs for twelve weeks during the academic year with a minimum total time commitment of ten hours per student.
Class A (October application): January-April mentorship cycle (Check out our Class of 2021A graduates!)
Class B (July application): September-December mentorship cycle


CSRMP aims to support students from historically marginalized groups to progress in computing research pathways. The definition of who is historically marginalized is responsive to a specific region, context, and its nuances. This can include students with marginalized gender and racial/ethnic identities, students with disabilities, students from low socioeconomic status, first-generation students, and intersections of these groups and others.

  • Active enrollment in an undergraduate or graduate degree-granting program in computer science (or an adjacent field) in the United States or Canada for the full duration of the mentorship cycle
    • Includes community college students and students obtaining a minor in computer science (or an adjacent field)
  • Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 (on a four point scale, or equivalent)

Other Google Research programs you may also be interested in:

  • exploreCSR Awards aid higher education efforts to support students from historically marginalized groups to pursue graduate studies and research careers in computing. Learn more and apply by July 7.
  • Award for Inclusion Research program supports innovative research and professors working to create positive societal impact by providing unrestricted gifts to support research at institutions around the world. Learn more and apply by July 14.

Full information on CSRMP and other opportunities for research and academic communities to collaborate with Google Research can be found on our Outreach site. Please feel free to reach out directly here regarding questions specific to CSRMP.
Thank you!
The CSRMP team

Amazon Internships

Whether you’re graduating with an undergraduate degree, Masters degree, MBA or PhD, Amazon teams have positions available globally. While we have internships throughout the year, the majority of our technical internships take place in the summer and last between 12 to 16 weeks. Internships are a great way to immerse yourself in Amazon’s culture to see if we’re a good fit for you and your career goals.

Amazon interns play an important role in building the future for our customers. The possibilities you’ll explore and the impact you’ll have are driven by your ideas and initiative. You will chart your own path and own your development, career, and future. In other words, your experience and trajectory at Amazon is in your hands.

Our teams recruit at different times of the year, and hiring timelines can vary by Amazon team, location, and role type.

Internships for Students

Pathways Internship Employment Program (IEP) Opportunity at NASA

NASA is embarking on new missions and seeking fresh ideas! Don’t miss out on the opportunity to join the NASA team and develop cutting edge job skills. NASA is consistently recognized as one of the best places to work in the Federal government. Pathways Internship Employment Program (IEP) opportunities are open to current undergraduate and graduate students. The IEP is a flexible cooperative education experience that allows students to work as federal employees while attending school.

We offer full or part time work schedules for students attending school on at least a half time basis following your school’s definition).

NASA accepts applications via USAJobs ( We are currently seeking students who can begin working February to June 2021.

U.S. Citizenship is required. If you are not a U.S. Citizen, please visit:


NASA Goddard Space Flight Center is currently advertising a vacancy announcement for a Student Trainee (Administrative) Pathways Intern Program position for the following Majors: International Business and Policy, Business Administration (Marketing, Accounting, Finance, Management, Human Resource Management, Organizational Development, Information Systems, Business Communication, Business Analytics), Computer Science, Information Technology Management, Project Management, and Public Affairs.

The Office of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) Engagement (Code 160), is seeking an intern that will provide administrative and programmatic support for new and current education projects, activities, data management, program analysis, grants management, and reporting requirements to engage and increase underrepresented and underserved participation in NASA STEM education opportunities.

NASA Pathways Intern NTE - Student Trainee (Administrative)
Goddard Space Flight Center
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Greenbelt, Maryland

  • Starting at $35,119 (GS 4-6)
  • Multiple Appointment Types
  • Multiple Schedules
  • Open 04/23/2020 to 04/30/2020

Takeshi Katsumata Scholarship

Takeshi Katsumata Scholarship will be available to receive applications by 12 PM, March 16.

Students can use the link below :

Once there, the student click on “Search Scholarships.” In the keyword field, they are to type “Takeshi” and scholarship will appear. The students can begin the application process by clicking on the “apply now” button.

Another way the students can access the scholarships is to enter through the MyCSUDH portal. Click on “Financial Aid” and then click on “CSUDH Scholarship Manager.” This will take them to all available scholarships.

CyberStart FastTrack 2020 Program

Cyber FastTrack 2020 has launched, which is a free cybersecurity competition for college students. Registration is open now through March 22, 2020. Attached is a Cyber FastTrack flyer with more information and a link below to their website. There is $2.2 million in scholarships for SANS courses and GIAC certifications for those who excel. Please disseminate this information to encourage participation at your school or you can email me names and contact info and I can follow-up. I was involved with promoting the Girls Go CyberStart program at the high schools and can help connect you to the right people for this program or help get questions answered for you. Please let me know if you have any questions.

CyberStart FastTrack 2020

Paid internship with City of Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP)

Here’s an opportunity for a paid internship with City of Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP). Make sure to read thoroughly.
Applications will be accepted : February 28th thru April 30th 2020

For questions about the program, you need to email:

Student Professional Worker Program

About the program

The Student Professional Worker (SPW) Program is a paid internship that provides college level Information Technology students valuable on-the-job training and experience, mentoring, and preparation for future career opportunities not only with LADWP but with other City departments as well. SPWs will assist and perform a wide-range of technical duties supporting the day-to-day operations of LADWP’s Information Technology Services Division. SPWs will work under the direct supervision of LADWP IT professionals and are expected to progress and develop their IT knowledge, skills and experience throughout the program.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Currently enrolled as a full-time student in an undergraduate degree program with a declared Information Technology major in an accredited university or college.
  2. Be at a Junior or Senior standing in the declared Information Technology major curriculum, but not in your final quarter/semester prior to graduation at the time of application.
  3. Have career goals, curriculum, experience, and/or interests related to the business of the LADWP.
  4. Have the ability to communicate effectively in English, both orally and in writing.
  5. Have the legal right to work in the United States. Please be aware that the City of Los Angeles Department of Water and Power does not sponsor work visas.
  6. A California Driver License may also be required for the job.
  7. Background check conducted in accordance with LADWP procedures and/or in accordance with NERC CIP policy requirements.

How to Apply

Applications will be accepted in February 28th thru April 30th 2020 for the Academic Program Year 2020. Applications are being accepted! Click HERE to apply online and submit the following documents below:

  • Application, Cover Letter, & Resume
  • School Transcript – unofficial transcript with completed curriculum courses and grades earned
  • Optional Documents – reference letter, certifications, etc. Applications will be reviewed and the best qualified candidates will be contacted for the next phase of the process. 

Additional Information

  • The Academic Program year will start in July and end in June
  • SPWs are compensated $19.74 per hour
  • SPWs may be assigned to our Downtown LA or San Fernando Valley Offices

For questions about the Program, please send an email to:

About Student Professional Worker Program

Google University Programs

4th annual Hispanic Student Leadership Summit (HSLS)

On Friday,
April 17th and Saturday, April 18th, Google will gather 50 engineering and computer science students from across the US and Puerto Rico for our fourth annual Hispanic Student Leadership Summit (HSLS) in partnership with the
Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) and
Computing Alliance of Hispanic Serving Institutions (CAHSI).

Google’s HSLS was created as an effort to bring Latinx leaders together to share innovative and creative best practices with one another, as well as collaborate with Google’s Latinx leadership to benefit your university, organization, and community. We would love to see some of the student leaders from your organization represented!


Who: Undergraduate student leaders with a passion for tech and an interest in growing their leadership

When: Friday, April 17th and Saturday, April 18th
Travel days: Thursday, April 16th and Sunday, April 19th

 Google Office in Austin, Texas

What: The agenda includes breakout discussions, networking with the Hispanic Google Network, student group presentations, and a unique celebration for Summit attendees!

How to Apply:

  1. Submit a completed application form no later than Sunday, March 1st. We will confirm selections by March 9th. HERE IS THE LINK TO THE HSLS 2020 APPLICATION.
  2. Acceptance to the 2020 Hispanic Student Leadership summit includes financial sponsorship for travel and accommodations. Sponsorship includes a round-trip flight to Austin, Texas (from within the US and Puerto Rico), Lyft credits for ground transportation to and from the airport and the hotel, arranged hotel accommodations from April 16th - 19th (3 nights), and all meals.

More questions? attached an FAQ doc goes into more detail about eligibility and what to expect.

We hope you are as excited about this opportunity as we are!  If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to us at

-Joshua on behalf of Google’s HSLS

Google HSLS 2020 FAQ

Research Experience for Undergraduates 

NSF REU Site: Applied Computing Research in Unmanned Aerial Systems


The program offers a unique opportunity to undergraduate students nation-wide, particularly to the students of under-represented groups, to participate in applied computing research in unmanned aerial systems and their applications. The objective of the program is to provide participants unique research experiences in a stimulating environment that will involve developing secure, autonomous UAS technology and using them for knowledge discovery. The focus of this REU is to seek solutions to facilitate collection, storage, and analysis of data on the coastal environment of the Gulf of Mexico, particularly in South Texas through developing algorithms and software systems. Approximately ten students will be supported for a 10-week program from June 1, 2020 to August 7, 2020.


  •  A student will gain experience in applied computing research in unmanned aerial systems and their applications.
  •  Students will receive mentoring from experienced research faculty
  •  Students will be informed about graduate schools and financial opportunities such fellowships, scholarships, and assistantships to support graduate education
  •  Students will receive $6,000 as stipend ($600 a week)
  •  A travel allowance to come to and return from the site
  •  Furnished housing will be provided
  •  Expenses for meals (a fixed amount per day) will be provided for all participating students


  •  Must be a US citizen or permanent resident of the United States (Students from underrepresented minority groups such as Hispanics, African Americans, Native Americans, and women are strongly encouraged to apply)
  •  Must be a full-time undergraduate student (Preference category: Computer science students in junior or senior year), and not graduating before December 2020.
  •  Must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher 


The online application and forms can be found at:

An application must include a completed application form, essay, unofficial copies of transcripts and two letters of recommendation.

Application Deadline: March 6, 2020

For more information:

Dulal C. Kar, Ph.D.

Department of Computing Sciences

Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, Corpus Christi, TX 78412-5824

(361) 825-5878

Pinterest's 2020 Engage Scholars Program

The Pinterest Engage Scholars Program is dedicated to providing growth and learning opportunities to Freshmen and Sophomore students actively enrolled in a bachelor’s degree program with a demonstrated interest in a technical major. We believe that building diverse teams is essential to building great products and encourage applications from underrepresented groups in the field of computer science. This program series is an unpaid training opportunity during the month of July (6th - 28th) and is located in San Francisco, CA. Given the nature of our program, we are unable to provide relocation assistance. Please submit your application by February 17th at midnight pst to be considered.

What we're looking for:

  • Freshman and Sophomore students enrolled in a bachelor’s degree program with a demonstrated interest in majoring in computer science, computer engineering, software engineering, or a related technical major
  • Applications from groups currently underrepresented in the field of computer science (Women, Black/African American, Latin/Hispanic, American Indian populations, native Hawaiian, Alaska native and/or Pacific Islanders and those working with disabilities, etc.) are especially encouraged.
  • Excitement and curiosity for computer science, technology, and passion for Pinterest
  • Availability to regularly attend evening program series in San Francisco, CA

What you'll do:

  • Engage Scholars will attend 8 evening workshops/events during the month of July (July 6th - July 28th).
  • Work on improving technical and interpersonal skills to help prepare you for success in software engineering.
  • Partner closely with a mentor to set and achieve a growth goal during the program duration.
  • Past workshops included live mock interviews, skillset development and recruiting deep dives.
The program will be an unpaid training opportunities in San Francisco during the month of July.  Applications need to be submitted by midnight February 17th.

Student Fellowship Opportunity - Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship Program

the Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship Program application is now open to all CSUDH students and the deadline for the application is Thursday June 4th. This program provides funding for the pursuit of Associates, Bachelors (junior and senior), Masters or Doctoral Degrees in any transportation related field, including Engineering, Sciences, Business, Transportation Logistics, Public Policy and Planning, Law, Aviation, and Human Development.

Please communicate with your eligible interested students to apply for this opportunity (Each student fellow can receive between $1,500 to $10,000 and in this stage they need to have an abstract of an ongoing research or research ideas related to transportation).

For interested students who might have questions, there will be a zoom webinar on Wednesday May 20th from 10:00-11:00 am using the following link:

Topic: Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship Program Workshop​
Time: May 20, 2020 10:00 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

  • Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android:
  • Or iPhone one-tap: 16699006833,99771566672# or 12532158782,99771566672#​
  • Or Telephone (not recommended as toll charges apply):​
    Dial: +1 669 900 6833 (US Toll) or +1 253 215 8782 (US Toll)​
    Meeting ID: 997 7156 6672
    International numbers available:
  • Or a H.323/SIP room system:​
    H.323: (US West) or (US East)
    ​ Meeting ID: 997 7156 6672​

Contact Person : Mahmoud Salari, Ph.D. ( )

For more information & Application Form : Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship Program

Marcie Stewart and Will Armacost Scholarships

The Marcie Stewart and Will Armacost Scholarships are now online and accepting applications through May 1st.  The Marcie Stewart scholarship is for any STEM major that will be an undergraduate in Fall 2020 and a 3.0 GPA.  The Will Armacost Scholarship is for Math or Math Ed majors.  Math/Math Ed majors are welcome to apply for both.

For details on How to apply : Marcie_Stewart_Flyer_2020

CAHSI: Palantir Women in Technology Scholarship

Palantir Women in Technology Scholarship 

We launched the Palantir Women in Technology Scholarship in 2010 to celebrate and support women who are beginning careers in technology. We hope to encourage women to pursue computer science, engineering, and technical studies, and to become leaders in these fields.

This year, 10 scholarship recipients will be chosen and invited to visit our headquarters in Palo Alto for a full-day, all-expenses paid developmental workshop. Programming will include professional development sessions, breakouts with our engineers, and some fun social activities! All recipients are awarded grants of $7,000 to support their education.


Deadline:  March 22, 2020

Lockheed Martin STEM Scholarship

up to 200 $10,000 Renewable STEM Scholarships

Applicants must:

  • Be high school seniors, freshmen or sophomore undergraduate students
  • Be U.S. citizens
  • Plan to enroll in full-time undergraduate study at an accredited four-year college or university in the United States for the upcoming academic year
  • Be majoring or planning to major in one of many specified eligible STEM programs
  • Demonstrate financial need
  • Be open to outreach from Lockheed Martin recruitment teams regarding possible internship opportunities. (Note: All interested candidates and scholars must apply through the Lockheed Martin careers site to be considered.)

Deadline to apply is March 12, 2020.

For more information and to apply, visit

Download a flyer here to share with students!

 A Computer Science Education scholarship

Our mission as a company is to play a role in improving Computer Science education. In line with this, we are sponsoring a scholarship to recognize Computer Science (or related Information Technology field) students who actively contribute to CS education within their universities and/or communities (as TAs/mentors, building tools, etc.). codePost was actually started as an undergrad project, so supporting students interested in contributing to Computer Science education means a lot to us as a company.

The application link is here, with more details:

The only requirement is a 300-word essay answering the question “How have you advanced Computer Science (or related field) education at your university or within your community?” The winner will receive $500 towards their tuition. Both undergrads and grad students can apply.