Are YOU ready
to kick start your career in Computer Science & IT?

GIVING YOU THE FOUNDATION TO SUCCEED

The U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics projects an 18% growth in computer occupations for 2012-2022, making it one of the fastest growing career fields that can be applied to all other career fields making it a stable career path to pursue. Interns can support IT departments directly or projects require programming or technical skills including app development, website design, and computing while increasing their understanding of the importance of technology in the world’s markets and increasing cross-cultural communications understanding.

Career Field Skills You’ll Learn During A Computer Science & IT Internship

  • Software Development
  • Project Management
  • Data Modelling
  • Testing and QA
  • Working With Large Data Sets

Example Projects

  • Help review app and develop suggestions to improve – both design and layout of product/service (improving application performance)
  • Help maintain code quality, organization, and automation
  • Software improvement – including Android app developing. Mainly based on Python, C++ language

Key Transferable Skills Students will need for Computer Science & IT Careers

Problem-Solving

When creating programs, systems, applications and more a key skill will require being a step back and finding new solutions.

Work Ethic

Large projects may require an immense amount of work, diligence, and autonomous oversight for a successful delivery.

Communication

An extremely underrated yet important skill is being able to translate technical projects to clearly communicate to external stakeholders. 

PREVIOUS ROLE SPOTLIGHT

WHAT YOUR VIRTUAL INTERNSHIP MIGHT LOOK LIKE

The Company

UK HealthTech company that provides personalised health analytics for patients

The Role

Software & Data Science – Baseline algorithm project via user testing and review of existing solution pathway

The Learning Outcomes

Biomedical data analysis, algorithmic review, digital skills, product management, communication skills

APPLICATION PROCESS