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Jane Street Spring Programs - Applications are open!

Three Jane Street programs have opened for the new year! See below: First Year Trading and Technology Program FTTP:   (March 28 - April 1, 2023 in NYC) is for first year students studying math, physics, CS or other STEM-related majors. It does not require a prior knowledge of finance, only an interest in seeing what a career at Jane Street might look like. Jane Street will provide all travel and housing accommodations.   Deadline to apply is Sunday, February 5. Jane Street Immersion Program JSIP:   (Summer 2023) is an 8-week summer program for undergraduate students between their first and second year who are passionate about software engineering and have experienced barriers to access and opportunity within computer science. JSIP is based out of our NYC office for aspiring software engineers. Participants will develop their programming skill sets and work on an original open-source project alongside a Jane Street mentor.   Jane Street will provide a scholarship and NYC housing accom
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Borealis AI deadline to apply to the Let's SOLVE it mentorship

The Let’s SOLVE it, Undergraduate Mentorship Program is now open for applications! Let's SOLVE it is an AI mentorship program that aims to help undergraduate students in Canadian universities make a difference in their communities through the application of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML). This free 2-months program provides students with mentorship, contacts, training and the guidance needed to solve a problem in their local community and turn their idea into a viable proof-of-concept. We're looking for teams of 3 to 5 undergraduate students. The mentorship program is conducted virtually and runs from March 1st to May 1st. Anyone interested can learn more about this initiative on our Let's SOLVE it webpage. Applications close at 11:59pm ET on January 29, 2023. For questions, students interested can email mi.research@borealisai.com. Please use subject line: Let’s SOLVE it.

Invitation for Midwest Datathon and Terminal for Computer Science Students

Midwest Regional Datathon Datathons are data science competitions that challenge students from the world's best universities to tackle real-world social challenges in topics such as urban traffic, renewable energy, and education.  When : February 6 - 13  Where : Virtual Who : Undergraduates, graduates, Ph.D., and post-doc researchers Prizes : $15,000 + Exclusive recruiting opportunities with Citadel and Citadel Securities  APPLY FOR DATATHON Midwest Regional Terminal Terminal Live is an online game where software engineers and computer scientists (or anyone else interested in coding!) build an algorithm to play a tower defense game in a team-based setting. Watch this video to see Terminal in action! When : March 20 - 27  Where : Virtual Who: Undergraduates, graduates, Ph.D., and post-doc researchers Prizes : $15,000 + Exclusive recruiting opportunities with Citadel and Citadel Securities APPLY FOR TERMINAL

STV 305: Technology, Society & the Modern City

 Spaces are still available in STV305: Technology, Society and the Modern City.

Zero Experience- now accepting applications

The Math Innovation Office and Velocity are hosting The Zero Experience for Winter 2023. If you want to make a difference but don’t know how, The Zero Experience is now accepting applications for its Winter programming! In this wildly popular online innovation programming built by UW students, join teams of peers to research and design creative solutions for globally urgent problems. You’ll learn how to launch lucrative careers, promising start-ups, impactful social programs, and more from scratch . If you’ve ever been curious about innovation, this is the place to start. Practice being a leader for your peers, discovering novel impact opportunities, and confidently sharing your ideas in this bite-sized (six online workshops spread over three weeks, that’s it!) but deeply impactful experience. With over a thousand other UWaterloo students joining the program in the last two years, the Zero Experience is proven to work. And this isn’t school; everything you learn is immediately a

Map the System Match and Learn Session 2023

Map the System   Match and Learn Session   will be held on   17   January 2023,  and you are cordially invited to attend this session. Come to the event to learn more about the global Map the System research competition, meet potential teammates, and discuss topics you are interested in. Here is the  link  to the webpage which contains further information on this session. Map the System Match and Learn Session 2023 When: January 17, 2023 - 04:00 PM - 05:00 PM EST Where: CGR 2202 - Conrad Grebel University College Register   here Keen to participate but cannot make it on the 17 th ? Check out the  intro video  and  FAQs , or email me your 2023 Campus Lead with any questions or fill this  survey  to let us know what you are interested in. ***Student Registration Deadline : Tuesday January 31, 2023 is the deadline for all interested students to   register   for Map the System 2023.