The computer science department maintains a
with announcements of internships, temporary jobs, permanent jobs,
and employment related events.
This site is not meant to supplant the opportunities offered by
Office of Career Development.
Please contact the employers directly if you have questions about these
opportunities or if you wish to apply for the position.
The department cannot vouch for these employers or the suitability of the
Students, both graduate and undergraduate, should seek to arrange
summer internships. Internships introduce you to current technologies,
teach you about the business environment, and help you to make contacts.
Many permanent post-graduation positions are obtained as a consequence
of an earlier summer internship.
Undergraduate computer science and cybersecurity students should seek
to have internships following their sophomore and junior years.
International graduate students, if eligible, can work during the summer
via the department's
Curricular Practical Training (CPT) program .
You should start to look for internships in January or even earlier. Some
financial firms hire even earlier.
Here are some contacts that you might find helpful:
The department seeks highly qualified instructors for teaching at the advanced
undergraduate and graduate level on and off campus.
Instructors who have specialized advanced knowledge that complements the expertise
of the faculty are sought for on campus teaching; such instructors might be asked to
create new courses in their areas of expertise. Instructors who can teach existing
courses are sought for off campus teaching at nearby corporate sites.
Opportunities teaching via WebCampus may also be available. If you are interested
in opportunities as an adjunct instructor at Stevens, please explore the
list of graduate courses
then contact Prof. Duchamp, the department director, at
Board of Advisors
The department's Board of Advisors consists of representatives from
companies that regularly employ our graduates. The Board of Advisors
offers advice on curriculum, advertising, and outreach. Members of the
board are: X, Y, Z.
Middle and High School Teachers
You are invited to our workshop
for computer science middle and high school teachers and their students.
Middle and high school
students will have a chance to meet undergraduate and graduate students in CS
and find out what's happening in computer science research, and do some
hands-on activities. Workshops in the past have included keynote talks
on the use of platforms such as Alice, Scratch, Greenfoot, and XNA
in computer science education,
discussions of pedagogy for and with teachers, and round table
discussions of issues pertinent to K12 Computer Science education. The
next workshop is tentatively planned for 27 January, 2012.
Please join our (low
volume) mailing list for announcements about this and other events of
interest to computer science middle
and high school teachers.