Raytheon Open House
From Senior Sourcer David Newcomb: "Perhaps you're considering a career move or you've always been curious about Raytheon and want to learn more.... Well now is the time to come on out and explore the possibilities! Raytheon is looking for cleared talent in multiple areas and is offering competitive offers, benefits, and relocation assistance. Please join us on September 18th in Goleta at our Open House to meet hiring managers and discuss Engineering opportunities across all disciplines. We look forward to meeting you!"
Serving: Appetizers, Tea, Coffee and Water
When: September 18, 2018 from 11:00am to 7:00pm PDT
Where: Hilton Garden Inn 6878 Hollister Ave Goleta, CA 93117
RSVP and submit your resume HERE
I Heart STEM
I HEART STEM, a one-day event for high school students featuring lots of exciting workshops led by volunteers like you (grad students and industry professionals). Hosted by UCSB's Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE).
Learn More Here
The Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics (CUWiP), is January 17-20. They're looking for panel speakers and sponsors for various parts of the conference.
The American Physical Society (APS) Conferences for Undergraduate Women in Physics (CUWiP) are three-day regional conferences held simultaneously throughout the United States and Canada for undergraduate women and underrepresented genders interested in physics and astronomy. The University of California, Santa Barbara is pleased to host the 2019 CUWiP @ UCSB, representing southern California, Arizona,and Hawaii, as well as a SPIN UP (Supporting Inclusion of Underrepresented Peoples) workshop. CUWiP will be held from Friday, January 18 to Sunday, January 20, 2019; SPIN UP will be held from Thursday, January 17 to Friday, January 18.
Learn More HERE
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Womxn Hacks, hosted January 25-27th by the American Association of University Women (AAUW), is an event to encourage college womxn to become involved in computer science in an open and supportive environment. AAUW is looking for speakers and workshop leaders, as well as event sponsorship.
"These events will require a lot of resources to put on, but I believe they’re worth every drop of sweat and every penny. Without outreach like [CUWiP and Womxn Hacks], I would not have been exposed and inspired to be who I am today, double majoring in computer science and physics (both disciplines that are 15% female at UCSB)." - Lia Yeh