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Neel Mehta <[log in to unmask]>
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Daily eNews for CMNS Students <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 27 Mar 2017 18:37:27 -0400
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Subject: Coding it Forward's Civic Digital Fellowship

Description:
Coding it Forward is dedicated to inspiring and empowering people to use
their technology skills for social good. We are excited to be collaborating
with the Census Bureau and IRS to launch an elite public-sector summer
fellowship program for college students interested in data science,
technology, and data journalism.

In this 10-week internship, we expect to send a cohort of data scientists,
software engineers, product managers, designers, and data journalists to
Washington, DC to work with these agencies. We're hoping to provide talented
mentors with industry and government experience, exciting new projects you'll
work directly with your mentor on, and potentially housing and funding.

The Civic Digital Fellowship is the first of its kind on the federal level
and is a great opportunity for students passionate about the intersection of
technology and public service. This fellowship is targeted to students with
both technical and non-technical skills. We are looking for:

Data scientists and software engineers
Product managers
Designers
Data journalists

Due to federal hiring restrictions, we will unfortunately only be able to
hire citizens of the U.S.

Please visit this website for more information, and to apply:
http://codingitforward.com/fellowship/


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Contact Person: Neel Mehta
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Website URL: http://http://codingitforward.com/fellowship/

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