Internships & Student Employment
Call for Applicants - Fall 2019
We are now accepting applications for teaching assistants and tutors in the Department of Computing Sciences for the Fall 2019 semester. Student tutors work in the AOC2 215 and AOC2 241 labs to assist other students with general course questions. The teaching assistants will assist the professor as well as students in the classroom. The starting pay will be $10.25 per hour unless otherwise decided by the University. We are especially in need of IT major tutors!!
Tutors and Teaching Assistants in our department must meet the following minimum qualifications:
- No academic integrity violations
- Overall CCU GPA of 3.0 or higher
- GPA of 3.5 or higher in CSCI-prefixed courses
- Have completed the following courses at a minimum:
- For CSCI/INFSY majors: CSCI*120, CSCI*130, CSCI*140/L, CSCI*150/L, and CSCI*330
- For IT majors: CSCI*110, CSCI*120, CSCI*135, CSCI*145, and CSCI*211
- Additional coursework beyond this minimum is desirable too. Successful completion of CSCI*210, CSCI*220, CSCI*225, CSCI*303, MATH*174, and other courses in the CSCI/INFSY/IT curriculum would be helpful.
If you are interested in applying, please send the following to Mrs. McKeefery (email@example.com):
- Your resume
- A statement giving your permission for the faculty to view your academic records for the purposes of making a hiring decision
- A listing of ALL times you would be available to work between 9am-7pm, Mon-Fri throughout the semester. You may only work up to 20 hours per week.
Hiring decisions are based on need and qualifications.
Department of Computing Sciences Student Jobs
Interested in becoming an academic tutor or lab/teaching assistant? We'd love to hear from you!
The department pays competitive wages to support the hiring of students in academic positions. Students seeking employment at a tutor or lab/teaching assistant must have an overall GPA of a 3.0 or higher with a GPA of at least a 3.5 in courses with a CSCI prefex and no academic integrity voilations. Position requirements depend on the position. We seek students who have completed at least CSCI 145 or CSCI 150 with preference for those who have completed CSCI 216, 211, or 220.
Student Worker Coordinator
Internship education is a mutually-beneficial partnership among students, employers and the Department of Computing Sciences at Coastal Carolina University. Internship education provides an excellent way to apply skills and information learned in the classroom to a real world setting while gaining invaluable experience. Students of junior year or higher may pursue an internship with the assistance of the department internship coordinator while also enrolling in CSCI 497 - Computer Science Internship.
Crystal Cox, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Information Systems Curriculum Committee Chair