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Subject: ChewyHacks for Students of Color Registration Deadline November 13

Description:
Looking to gain exposure to real world software engineering projects?
Interested in the latest tech and want to boost your development skills? Have
a furry best friend or a love for pets? You’ll want to pounce on the
oppawtunity to join the ChewyHacks for Students of Color Virtual Hackathon
from January 7-10. The deadline to register is November 13.

Over 4 days you’ll be paired with other computer science students to solve
a technology driven coding challenge. On the final day, you will be given the
chance to impress our panel of judges to secure a Summer 2021 Software
Development Internship or Full-Time Final Round interview (for those
graduating in 2021) and book scholarships. All participants will snag Chewy
swag and be given networking and mentorship opportunities with our engineers
and leaders.

Event Date: November 13, 2020
Contact Person: Chewy.com Recruiting Team
Contact Email: [log in to unmask]
Website URL:
https://careers.umd.edu/event/chewyhacks-students-color-january-7-10

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