The CS@CU MS Bridge Program
Applications for the Summer 2020 and Fall 2020 cohorts of the CS@CS MS Bridge Program are open.
The Columbia University M.S. Bridge Program in Computer Science offers prospective applicants from non-computer science backgrounds, and those without programming experience, the opportunity to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to build careers in technology.
Interested individuals are invited to complete our CS@CU MS Bridge Prospective Applicants Form to stay updated on upcoming events, application details, etc. Application requirements as well as other program information can be found on the CS@CU MS Bridge Website as well as our FAQ Page.
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Social Builder’s Women and the Future of Work Series
Social Builder, a nonprofit that provides tech education and community to women from underserved communities has scheduled two upcoming events, Women in Machine Learning, AI, & Diversity on June 2 at 6pm ET and Women in Cyber Security on June 23 at 6pm.
Both of these events are part of Social Builder’s Women and the Future of Work Series, which seeks to take a forward look at work, careers, and the digital spaces which will define them. The intent is to introduce women to fields that will continue to grow beyond this pandemic and provide helpful tools and suggestions on how to take steps towards these new career paths.
Date: June 2, 2020
Description: As technology advances, the need for skills in machine learning and AI continues to grow. However, these fields are unique in the types of ethical dilemmas they propose and codify. This event looks into the importance of diversity in answering these larger questions. Sign up here.
Name: Women in Cyber Security
Date: June 23, 2020
Description: Even during stay-at-home orders and the economic slowdown, the need for cyber security and well versed specialists is increasingly important. This event will feature women from the sector to talk about their work, experiences, and how they broke into this field. Sign up here.
COVID-19 Call to Volunteer - Software Projects
For those of you who have a lot of software development experience and are interested in volunteering on software projects to help fight COVID-19, Codementor has launched Code Against COVID-19 to match volunteers with software projects. The initiative connects coders with universities, non-profits, local government agencies and other organizations. Current projects are here: https://www.codementor.io/covid19/projects. To participate, you would need to sign up and get approved as a mentor or a freelancer.