140 people are interested
Seeking Online Volunteer Software Engineer Intern
ORGANIZATION: The City Tutors
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140 people are interested
- Must have taken at least one college-level course in programming or computer science
- Completed a Django tutorial (parts 1 - 6) in the link below and submit the completed tutorial either as a GitHub Link or a zip file https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/3.2/intro/tutorial01/
The Software Engineer Intern will directly implement and develop innovative, efficient, and precise web systems. These systems will be created to include user-friendly configurations, professional designs, and flawless functionality. The main focus of these systems will be efficiency, scalability, automation, and providing useful statistics and real-time information on the operations of The City Tutors (CT).
In addition, the Software Engineer Intern will be responsible for:
- Receiving, developing, and implementing requests for new data collection systems.
- Supporting and integrating any updates, newly acquired data, or changes to current and future systems.
- Actively seeking areas of improvement and enhancement for data collection within CT.
- Consistently communicating and demonstrating strong interpersonal skills.
- 5-10 hours weekly.
- Availability to conduct virtual meetings with staff members of CT.
- Email communication response within 24-48 hours.
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About The City Tutors
92-24 Queens Boulevard, Rego Park, NY 11374, US
The City Tutors (CT) is a NYC wide volunteer tutoring and mentoring hub that ensures historically underserved communities have equitable access to resources that are fundamental to educational and professional success.
Our vision is to create a hub where any New Yorker can leverage their academic and professional skills and content knowledge to uplift their community and where disadvantaged communities can access resources that they need.
We see tutoring as a way to empower individuals to work in the community. We provide flexible times, convenient locations, and meaningful experiences, allowing more community members to participate and to support community partners for longer.
We believe tutoring must be a reflective act that both helps strengthen individuals' support of others and helps individuals better understand themselves. We provide our tutors with access to industry mentors who help connect the work they are doing with us with what they've done in the past and what they want to do in the future.
We believe in leveraging the workforce skills of our community of volunteers by pairing those in need of professional support with industry experts who can provide insight into specific fields and feedback on professional documents.
We see the City Tutors as an opportunity to bring people together under a common purpose. We want like-minded individuals to feel they are part of a fellowship, to build their network with people within their discipline, and to expand the disciplines and industries they've been exposed to.
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.
August 22, 2022
- Basic Computer Skills
- Database Administration
- Google Apps
- Security / Network Administration
- SQL / MySQL
- 5-10 hours per week