STEAM Summer Camp Instructor

Pitt’s Community Engagement Center in the Hill District is seeking students to support our STEAM Summer Camp Programming *July 24th-28th 9:00a.m.-4:00p.m.

Camp Instructors will assist in leading programming that teaches middle school youth concepts in video game design, podcasting, creative writing, artificial intelligence, and more. Training will be provided to interested volunteers to equip them with tools to deliver this curriculum for the program. Student volunteers may also receive a stipend to support the time commitment to the program.

If interested please contact Outreach Coordinator, Marlo Hall, at

*dates may be subject to change and clearances are required to work with minors.

DS4SJ/CAASI Computer Science Summer Intern

Full time Software developer to support CAASI’s Data Science for Social Justice project. Develops code for CAASI web platform. Work closely with tech program manager and UX designer to implement and test web platforms. Coordinate development with other programmers and develop documentation.

This position will be from 5/1/23-6/30/23.

Prefer experience  with web development and related technologies, specifically: Python, Django, JavaScript, React, CSS, and Docker. Interest in being a full stack developer.

BNY Mellon – Audit Technology Services – Summer Intern

Intern – BNY MELLON – Internal Audit Division/Audit Technical Services Team (Remote Position)

The Audit Technical Service team (ATS) is responsible for administration of all technical systems used by the Internal Audit Department.   This includes developing software, installing and configuring vendor packages, implementing enhancements as well as the daily maintenance and support of critical systems.   As an Intern with ATS you will have the opportunity to work closely with a team of IT professionals and have firsthand experience with the support and development of corporate systems.

The qualified individual should be enrolled in a 4-year degree program and must have a minimum QPA of 3.0.   Typically, the incumbent will be a junior or senior in the upcoming school year with a major in Information Systems or Computer Science. He/she will possess strong leadership, analytical, and problem-solving skills.  Strong communication and organizational skills are a must.  He/she should be able to work in a team environment as well as work independently.

Experience with some of the following languages and technologies are preferred, but not required: Java, XML, HTML, relational databases (specifically, MS SQL, and MS Access); .net; Visual Basic; C++. A familiarity with various data analysis tools is a plus.


Intern, Asset Security – Information Security

At VIATRIS, we see healthcare not as it is but as it should be. We act courageously and are uniquely positioned to be a source of stability in a world of evolving healthcare needs.

Viatris empowers people worldwide to live healthier at every stage of life.

We do so via:

  • Access – Providing high quality trusted medicines regardless of geography or circumstance;
  • Leadership – Advancing sustainable operations and innovative solutions to improve patient health; and
  • Partnership – Leveraging our collective expertise to connect people to products and services.

Every day, we rise to the challenge to make a difference and here’s how the Intern, Asset Security- Information Security will make an impact:

Key responsibilities for this role include:

  • Support the Records and Information Management (RIM) and Data Classification teams in overall delivery of assigned projects.
  • Participate in regularly scheduled project meetings and document meeting minutes.
  • Assist project teams with the development and capture of metrics, resources, and feedback.
  • Assist RIM team onsite (if located locally) performing duties pertaining to physical records management.

The minimum qualifications for this role are:

  • The successful candidate will have preferably completed a minimum of their sophomore year and be currently enrolled in an accredited college or university in MIS, IT, or Computer / Software Engineering, Library Sciences analysis degree programs, or a related field of study. A minimum 3.0 GPA is strongly preferred, however, a combination of experience and/or education will be taken into consideration.
  • Must possess strong problem-solving, analytical, communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Must be at least intermediate level with Excel and PowerPoint.
  • Proficiency in speaking, reading, comprehending, and writing English is required.

Exact compensation may vary based on skills, experience, and location. The salary range for this position is: If Pursing Bachelors = $20/hour, If Pursing Masters = $25/hour, If Pursing Doctorate = $30/hour.

At Viatris, we offer competitive salaries, benefits and an inclusive environment where you can use your experiences, perspectives and skills to help make an impact on the lives of others.

Viatris is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, national origin, religion, age, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, disability, or protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by local, state, or federal laws, rules, or regulations.

Summer Intern

Undergraduates seeking an in-depth summer research experience should consider the American Student Placements in Rehabilitation Engineering (ASPIRE) program at the Human Engineering Research Laboratories.

ASPIRE is a ten-week research program at the University of Pittsburgh’s Human Engineering Research Laboratories (HERL) Sponsored by the National Science Foundation (NSF). Emphasis on research in the rehabilitation engineering and assistive technology fields. In addition to full participation in an on-going HERL research project, students are presented with numerous opportunities for personal and professional development via faculty workshops. ASPIRE participants will write a project paper, develop a poster, and compete in an elevator pitch competition based on their research assignment.  The program concludes with the Final Symposium where the winners of the best paper, poster, and elevator pitch are recognized.

PROJECT: Animation & Gamification in Human Motor Learning

RECOMMENDED SKILLS: Proficiency with programming languages/tools employed in simulation and game development (e.g., computer graphics, 2D or 3D animation & rendering, etc.)

SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: This project seeks to better understand how the nervous system controls voluntary movement and explores a method to enhance motor learning. A simulation already developed in MatLab uses the force applied to a sensor as a control signal. Building on the existing simulation, the goal of this internship experience is to “gamify” the simulation and make it more engaging for human subjects. No existing knowledge of physiology, biology, neuroscience, etc. is necessary, but prospective candidates will have the opportunity to gain exposure to these disciplines as part of research involving human subjects with and without neurological injury.

Software Engineer

We are looking for a skilled full-stack software engineer intern or mobile app developer intern with expertise in React Native to join our dynamic fintech startup, Lagniappe Microsystems. As a member of our team, you’ll have the exciting opportunity to work on our flagship product, Richie, which is designed to automate debt management and provide users with a clear visualization of all their financial information on one dashboard.

Our startup is backed by the prestigious Swartz Center for Entrepreneurship at Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh, and our co-founders are graduates of these renowned institutions. By joining our team, you’ll have the chance to work alongside experienced entrepreneurs and industry experts, as we work to revolutionize the financial industry.

As a full-stack software engineer or mobile app developer, you’ll be responsible for creating well-structured front-end architecture and APIs, writing reusable and scalable JavaScript code, and working with a range of technologies, including React Native, JavaScript, Android, iOS, TypeScript, Nodejs, SQL, and MongoDB. You should be able to demonstrate experience in these areas, and be able to work independently, as well as collaboratively with our team.

This role is open to students with OPT, although it is an unpaid intern position. We are committed to providing talented individuals with opportunities to gain real-world experience in fintech and software engineering, and we are confident that this role will be a valuable learning experience for anyone looking to take their skills to the next level.

In summary, if you’re a highly skilled full-stack software engineer or mobile app developer with expertise in React Native, and you’re looking for an exciting opportunity to work on cutting-edge technology, we believe that Lagniappe Microsystems is the perfect place for you to grow and learn. Join our team and help us revolutionize the financial industry with our flagship product, Richie!

Please send your resume and a cover letter explaining why you would be a great fit for this role to

Summer Associate – Cloud Engineer

Do you have an entrepreneurial spirit, brave ideas, excitement about making a difference, and leading-edge technologies?

Are you a self-starter interested in cloud technologies and modernization?

Are you passionate about changing the face of healthcare & impacting the lives of others all over the globe?

Then we want YOU!

At UPMC Enterprises, we build companies by partnering with existing healthcare technology companies to accelerate their growth (acceleration) or by developing new products (de novo). Our Cloud Engineering team is central to this development, and as a Cloud Engineer, students must be comfortable in a dynamic role where they are able to build new cloud solutions at enterprise scale, maintain and modernize cloud environments, and provide support as needed to best serve our customers and partners, and positively impact healthcare.

Common Responsibilities:

  • Maintain knowledge of current best practices around techniques, process and new technologies pertaining to Cloud environments and market delivery.
  • Develop, maintain, and support cloud solutions and services in accordance with those best practices
  • Execute on technical design, delivery and architecture as related to Cloud infrastructure to support major new platforms and products for a team of engineers.
  • Support rapid Cloud solution implementations and customer engagements related to Cloud computing solutions.
  • Interact with customers, providing Cloud support and making recommendations based on client needs.
  • Document Cloud architectures, policies, and procedures.
  • Perform research and analysis required for project proposals, system modifications, and new products.
  • Review Cloud tool sets regularly for efficiency, cost performance and adherence to security policies.
  • Follow procedures and maintain scripts to deploy software onto new and existing Cloud server infrastructure.
  • Provide troubleshooting services to Cloud customers.
  • Identify, analyze, and resolve infrastructure issues and vulnerabilities.
  • Evaluate and improve CI/CD pipelines as related to Cloud infrastructure.
  • Facilitate deployment of infrastructure as code.
  • Maintain understanding and support of cloud containerization.
  • Performs in accordance with system-wide competencies/behaviors.

As an organization dedicated to Life Changing Medicine, UPMC has defined a bold mission: to shape the future of health care through innovation. At UPMC Enterprises, we are at the forefront of this innovation. UPMC Enterprises is the innovation and commercialization arm of the organization, with a focus on translational science and technology solutions in the healthcare marketplace. UPMC Enterprises hopes to revolutionize how we approach patient care through this work.

As a UPMC Enterprises Summer Associate, you will have an opportunity to participate in a highly competitive, full-time, 10-12 week paid summer internship with an organization that’s committed to finding solutions to the complicated challenges facing healthcare providers and their patients. Our work is about using creativity to tackle exciting projects that become life-changing products.

We’re looking for students who…

  • Are eager to learn, passionate, and determined to make a difference!
  • Problem solvers! Someone who can approach a problem creatively while utilizing quantitative analysis and strategic thinking.
  • Believes in our Core Values. They are not just written on the walls. We demonstrate our commitment to these values daily.
  • Have emerging leadership abilities, and entrepreneurial spirit, and thrive in a collaborative environment.
  • Care about the work they do, the people we work with, and the patients we work for.
  • Pride themselves on their integrity. It’s not just about our work but how we do it.


  • Computer Science, Information Systems Management, Information Technology, or related field students with December 2023 – May 2024 anticipated graduation date preferred
  • Prior experience with cloud computing technologies and techniques or software engineering is a plus
  • A cumulative GPA of at least 3.00 is strongly preferred, and preference will be given to candidates that have demonstrated leadership ability through their studies, employment, or extracurricular activities.
  • Availability to participate as a Summer Associate full-time, from June to August 2023 for approximately 10-12 weeks with minimal absence

Electronic Resources Associate

The MIT Libraries seek a resourceful and service-oriented person to contribute to the work of our electronic resources team. This position is an excellent opportunity to gain experience in  a dynamic academic library setting. Under the direction of the Electronic Resources Librarian, this position supports the acquisition and management of electronic resources, including ordering, licensing support, establishing access, troubleshooting access problems, renewal, payment, adjusting records as titles cease/are canceled, or transferred to other publishers or hosting platforms, as well as quality control and lifecycle support.


Ordering Support

Research and review purchase and subscription options, including pricing and other options for requested titles.
Place orders with appropriate vendors and/or publishers (via email, EDI, etc.).
Identify, create, modify, activate records in Alma, the Libraries’ Library Management System (LMS).
Create and maintain records in other tracking systems.
Licensing Support

Provide support for the licensing workflow during the order and renewal process in partnership with the licensing staff in Scholarly Communication & Collections Strategy (SCCS).
Prepare renewal forms and amendments for authorized signature.
Perform license fulfillment steps, including returning signed licenses to publishers/vendors and filing official copies
Access Set-Up for E-Resources

Coordinate the work of the vendor, publisher, interface provider, and Libraries’ technology staff to establish access for eresources.
Announce availability of E-Resources to subject selectors, and to catalogers for full cataloging.
Renewal Process

Follow annual renewal procedures for journals, databases, and other resources as needed.
Communicate with product sponsors (Collections Strategy and Analysis (CSA) or other subject specialists) about renewal options and pricing, as needed.
Perform initial negotiation with vendors, as needed, to reduce renewal price to within acceptable increase, following guidelines determined each year with CSA.
Secure invoices for renewal and code for payment.
For resources we decide not to renew, work with the vendor to complete cancellation; update records in local systems; communicate to other staff (e.g., catalogers, subject specialists, etc.) to complete their steps of the cancellation process.

Problem-Solving for E-Resources

As part of the “digprob” team, solve problems with access to electronic resources as reported by library staff and users.
Investigate data discrepancies and anomalies in our complex infrastructure for documenting and providing access to our electronic resources (namely, Staff Vera and Alma).

Liaison Responsibilities

Work closely with Collections Strategy and Analysis (CSA) staff and subject selectors regarding:
Ordering questions
Bibliographic questions
Retention decisions
Format changes, and other issues.
Work closely with catalogers, preservation staff, accounts payable, Information Delivery & Library Access (ID&LA), and technology staff to ensure effective service, communication, and problem-solving.
General Responsibilities

Participate as part of group processes in:
Standardizing, documenting and maximizing efficiencies in team workflows
Establishing team goals
Collective problem-solving
Coordinating activities and projects.
Contribute to the creation, review and revision of documentation of procedures and policies for team operations.


High school graduate or equivalent; 2 years direct/related experience.
Solid experience with library management systems and tools, and the interest and affinity for learning and mastering new software, systems, and technology.
Aptitude for accurate, detailed, and quantitative work.
Strong organizational, analytical and problem-solving skills, including ability to identify problems and carry out solutions independently or in collaboration with others.
Demonstrated ability to manage competing priorities and work with minimal supervision.
Strong communication skills, both oral and written.
Positive service attitude and excellent interpersonal skills with proven ability to work as an integral part of a service team and to interact effectively with a variety of people.
Demonstrated ability to be flexible, embrace ambiguity, adapt to change and successfully work independently and collaboratively in a fast-paced, dynamic environment.
Enthusiasm for embracing the empathy, courage, self-reflection, and respect essential in a multicultural, diverse and inclusive workplace, and ability to embrace those values in collections and public service work.

Experience in a library, higher education, and/or a customer service environment.
Previous work in acquisitions, particularly in an academic library setting.
Experience with Ex Libris’ Alma and/or Primo systems.

We expect the candidate to be stronger in some qualifications listed above than others; we are committed  to helping our future colleague expand their skills, as well as learning from their areas of strength.

HOURS: 35 hours per week. Monday-Friday 9 am – 5 pm; hours may change based on business needs  and MIT’s academic calendar. Please note: this role has the opportunity to be 100% remote.

HOURLY RATE AND BENEFITS: This job is a Pay Grade 5 with the following hourly

range (min-mid max):


Actual based on qualifications and experience. MIT offers excellent benefits including a choice of health  plans, a dental plan, tuition assistance and fully subsidized MBTA passes for local bus and subway service. The MIT Libraries affords a flexible and collegial working environment and provides opportunities for training and skill development.

This is a union position. Employees working in this position are covered by the collective bargaining  agreement between the MIT Libraries and American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Council 93. Provisions related to wages, benefits and other terms of employment are  contained in the agreement. Any questions regarding the agreement should be directed to

APPLICATION PROCESS: Apply online at: applications must include cover letter and resume. Priority will be given to applications received before January 9th, 2022; position open until filled.


The MIT Libraries support teaching, learning, and research across the Institute, with millions of resources, deep expertise, and five campus locations where our community consumes and creates knowledge. Our organization is on an exciting journey of transformation, pursuing a digital-first model for research libraries and prioritizing an open scholarship agenda. We aim to exercise bold leadership in defining a model for research libraries in the future, with innovative spaces like the newly renovated Hayden Library and a  focus on supporting data-intensive and computational research and learning.

We strive to do great things, powering the MIT community to solve complex problems in the service of  humankind, and each member of our 146-person staff has a role to play in pursuing that vision. We’re  constantly adapting to the rhythms of a changing world, and we welcome candidates who can help us do  that in thoughtful and strategic ways that center our mission and values.

MIT Libraries is an environment that welcomes any body, any mind — including all genders —and  particularly encourages applications from underrepresented minorities, women, disabled applicants, and  veterans. Professionals who enthusiastically embrace the empathy, courage, self-reflection, and respect of  a multicultural, diverse, and inclusive workplace and who strive to incorporate those values in their work  and interactions are encouraged to apply.

VISA SPONSORSHIP: MIT sponsors visas only for certain academic and research positions. MIT does  not sponsor the following individuals for employment-based visas or for exchange visitor visas: students;  technical, administrative, library, or support staff members; individuals with inadequate funding, insurance,  or credentials; or those whose particular visa history precludes sponsorship.

Research Development Student Worker- Administrative/Office Support II

Research Development Student Worker- Administrative/Office Support II
Office of Sponsored Programs – Pennsylvania-Pittsburgh – (22009081)
Academic research and scholarship employment opportunity for a student with an interest in informational technology, data management, and communications strategies.

While being mentored by current staff members, the student employee will have the opportunity to gain practical experience in database management; data management and refinement; and data stewardship.

The student will have the opportunity to identify specific goals and objectives for their work in collaboration with the Assistant Director for Research Development.

Essential job functions:

-update existing records with detailed opportunity information

-compare records to identify and remove duplicate entries

-edit records to reconcile conflicting data

-compare records across databases to identify matching items

-assist in developing content and communications for constituencies

-employ descriptive metadata to review and assess impact of strategic communications efforts.

-Experience with data visualization tools and basic coding

-Data entry- attention to detail

-Social media analytics- string analytical skills

-Awareness of current data management technologies.

App Developer

Be a part of something exciting and new! My team is looking to create an app tailored toward safety. We are searching for college students with experience in app development. Potential team members would be strong coders with experience in iOS development and ideally, have experience in Java and Python.

If you are interested or know someone who might be, reach out via email (!