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Instructional Support Assistant for CS 241E - Position available

The CS Instructional Support Group is looking to hire an Instructional Support Assistant for CS 241E. The ISA provides the primary student contact, serving as a consultant for course-related material through consulting hours. They have the opportunity to gain teaching experience by helping deliver tutorial sessions and organizational experience by coordinating the teaching assistants assigned to the course. Other duties include development of tutorial materials, auto-marking scripts and test cases, proctoring and marking.Students who have taken or are currently enrolled in CS 241 are encouraged to apply.Please check out job posting 166445 CS 241E Instructional Support Assistant on Waterloo Works if you’re interested. If you have any questions, then please contact Shoshannah Holdom (shoshannah.holdom<a>uwaterloo.ca). 
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Sign Up for PennApps XXI - September 11-13, 2020!

PennApps is the nation’s first hackathon hosted every semester at the University of Pennsylvania. This year we’re going virtual and we want you to apply to be a part of the action this fall -- apply at tinyurl.com/pennappsxxi!Apply by midnight on July 22nd, 2020 (Priority Admission) or July 29th, 2020 (Final) to have the opportunity to:Win thousands of dollars worth of prizes!Interact with amazing sponsors in addition to collecting all the free swag!Mingle and code (virtually!) with hackers like you from all over the world for 36 hours straight!Attend our exciting workshops to learn more about web/app development and real-world applications suited for beginners to gurus!Attend fun side events including internet scavenger hunts, online escape rooms, smash tournaments, etc.!Become a part of PennApps history among other awesome hacks such as SubADubDub, GluClose, DeFake, and more!When: Friday, September 11 through Sunday, September 13 Where: Virtual!You can applyhere! Decisions will be r…

Latest batch of hackathons for students

Devpost's most recent group of virtual hackathons has just launched, looking for developers and innovators to solve problems ranging from data solutions to blockchain and machine learning.These hackathons not only provide an opportunity to win some cool prizes, but also to learn more about building with the latest technology, collaborate, and keep your skills growing over the summer.AWS Data Exchange- Goal: Build (or update) a data-driven solution that tells a story by employing at least one of the categories using at least two AWS services and at least one of the 3rd-party data products from AWS Data Exchange providers.- Categories: Data Visualization, Data Analysis,Data and Machine Learning- Prizes: Over $35,000 in prizes- Deadline: August 24- Details + Registration: https://bit.ly/AWSde20uPyTorch Summer Hackathon- Goal: Build projects using PyTorch in one of the three categories: PyTorch Developer Tools, Web/Mobile Applications powered by PyTorch, PyTorch Responsible AI Develop…

Citadel + Correlation One - The Data Open Summer Datathon

About the Event: Hosted by Citadel LLC and Citadel Securities in partnership with Correlation One, the Data Open is launching this season with the Summer Invitational Datathon, which will take place virtually this July!

The Data Open challenges students from the world's best universities to tackle real-world social challenges in topics such as urban traffic, renewable energy, and education.

Taking place between July 13th and July 20th, teams will have a week to work on their submissions, with the flexibility to showcase their skills on their own schedule. Top performing students have the opportunity to win $25,000 in cash prizes, exclusive recruiting opportunities with Citadel, and global recognition. 

When: July 13 - July 20
Where: Virtual
Prizes: $25,000 + Exclusive recruiting opportunities with Citadel LLC and Citadel Securities
Here's the link to sign up!
If you have any questions or want to lea…

New Blockchain Challenge for UWaterloo Students

The next wave of challenges are here - whether you are looking to help organizations affected by the pandemic or build with top platforms and tools, these virtual hackathons provide a way for you to keep growing and learning new skills, while also providing an opportunity to collaborate and win some amazon prizes, including cash and meetings with top companies.
There is no cost to enter and projects can be submitted online anytime prior to the deadline.  Each challenge also has resources and community available to help participants connect and ask questions along the way!

Amazon Raise-Up Buildathon 🤝 Goal: Develop (or update) sustainable solutions that help the nonprofit sector and cultural institutions engage the public to drive critical donations, uphold mission delivery, and address the evolving challenges faced by the sector. Requirement: Solutions must integrate at least one AWS service into their solution and address at least one of the availablecategories.Prizes: $31,000 in prize…

Department Consent Removed - CS492

Please be aware that department consent has been removed for CS4592 for Spring 2020 as per the information on the course selection page: https://cs.uwaterloo.ca/current-undergraduate-students/majors/cs-course-enrollment.

If the class is full, then you will need to wait for students to drop the course before you could add the course for Spring 2020. Please note that the deadline to add courses is Monday, May 25 at 11:59 PM (EST): https://uwaterloo.ca/registrar/important-dates/calendar?op=nav&navigate=2020-05.

Python Coding Camp for Kids - Positions available

Adaleg IT – www.adlalegit.com - is a Community-Based IT that works with adults and children to teach them Coding, Cloud Computing, Data Science, Machine Learning, and Web Development. We run classes in three countries and are based in Toronto.

We are currently running a program called Coding for Kids at Home - https://codingforkidsathome.com/ - which is designed to help out during the COVID-19 Pandemic by giving kids an opportunity to learn code.

Since we are looking to run a large Online Coding Summer Camp (via Coding for Kids at Home), we are looking to hire several teachers to teach coding to kids 8-10 and 11-14.

We have Coding Curricula and exercises for our kids.We have lead teachers/trainers who will help acclimate new teachers.We are looking for undergraduates (or graduate students) with experience not only in Python but also with teaching kids (or an interest to do so).The program goes from 9am to 3pm every day from the beginning of July to the end of August.It’s an exciting pr…