Tools and Skills
A note on mental health + 2030’s top 5 programming languages
The “First Job After College” Section
Accenture’s Federal Services division delivers innovative solutions and services to – you guessed it – federal clients
In this role, you’ll go through Accenture’s software engineering bootcamp to learn the latest skills in object-oriented programming (OOP), analyze software to make sure that everything’s working to specification, and apply application design and development across multiple technology areas.
To land an interview, any one of these educational backgrounds is welcomed:
- Bachelor’s or master’s degree (engineering/technical discipline preferred)
- OR four years of active military service
- OR completion of an AFS-recognized training program (like CodeUp)
- OR one year of dev experience in a professional setting
Are “federal” and/or “Java” not the best fit for you? Check out other entry-level roles at Accenture here.
Tech Internship of the Week
Dots is leveling up their new games pipeline by adding a paid Unity Developer Intern to their medium-sized mobile game studio this summer.
They’re looking for someone who can work 4-5 days per week, is preferably in their 2nd-4th year of undergrad studies (or a recent grad), and has some experience with Unity, C#, and git.
“Strong opinions about mobile casual puzzle games is a requirement.”
The Dots team currently operates femotely, but they expect to return to their NYC HQ once it’s safe to do so, so keep that in mind when applying.
Non-Tech Internship of the Week
Carbon is a 3D-printing technology company at the intersection of hardware, software, and molecular science. (We were today-years-old when we learned about CLIP, which stands for Continuous Liquid Interface Production.)
Carbon is looking for a rising senior who’s pursuing a degree in marketing or a related field to leave their footprint this summer.
Working alongside the Marketing team and in partnership with internal/sales teams and customers, you’ll help redefine how businesses tell stories and reach audiences under the guidance of a mentor. You’ll also gain exposure and experience with customer and partner marketing, sales enablement, and digital events.
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Stuff You Can Thank Us For Later
- Getting Into A Trade
If the pandemic has you motivated to pick up a new skill set, NPR outlines how to find your way into a (high-paying) trade.
- Mental Health
Struggling to put a name to what you’re feeling right now? The word you might be looking for is languishing, as Adam Grant explains in The New York Times.
Which programming languages will be the talk of the surviving social media platforms in 2030? Dice Insights outlines five lesser-used languages that are poised to grow like whoa within the next decade.
The 🌮 Report
Impossible! Beyond believable! Food scientists at Taco Bell’s test kitchen are experimenting with their very own brand of alternative meat. Available at only one location currently (Tustin, CA 👀), the Cravetarian Taco uses a blend of peas and chickpeas as its meat substitute. We suggest adding a recycled hot sauce packet while you’re there for the full dining experience.
Got a taco or taco-related story we need to know about? Email us at [email protected].
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