Category: Jobs at Duke

Duke – Pangea.app – Campus Ambassador

Pangea.app (a venture-backed startup) is looking for campus ambassadors to help them grow at Duke. Their platform connects college students with freelance projects at startups.

About Pangea.app

Pangea.app connects students to startups for marketing, design, and developer freelance projects. These projects are a great way to build the experience you need to find internships and full-time jobs.  The work you do will create a lot of value, and help you explore what it is you want to do.

Their mission is to help students access more experience doing what you’re passionate about.  They are already at 130 campuses have helped students make more than $20,000+ by freelancing in the last few months.

If you want to get some experience in marketing/sales this is a great opportunity to get involved.  It is a paid position and requires ~2 hours a week in time.

Email the co-founder Adam ( adam@pangea.app ) or message him on the app if you are interested!

Duke – Office of Leadership Development and Social Action – Launch Agent

Launch is excited to announce that we are recruiting more agents!

Launch Agents play a vital role within the Student Engagement team of University Center Activities & Events (UCAE). Launch Agents are responsible for consulting with individual students, student leaders, and student organizations across campus. Launch agents support individual students by providing involvement coaching to help students find their place on campus; whether they are a first-year student or a senior, launch agents can help you navigate all of the clubs on campus to find a meaningful involvement experience. Launch agents also provide support for students looking to create new organizations on campus and provide guidance in the creation of a new student organization.

We are now hiring for the 2019-2020 academic year at $10.25 per hour. Work study students are preferred but not required. Undergraduate students only. This position is an 8-10 hour per week commitment. We look forward to reading your application!

For more information about the job please check here, and if you have more questions, please contact Brian Lackman.

Duke Partnership for Service Vice President of Student Organizations Application

Duke Partnership for Service Vice President of Student Organizations Applications
Duke Partnership for Service is looking for a new member to join our executive team as the Vice President of Student Organizations. The VP of Student Organizations will work closely to help support student service groups and help to catalyze partnerships between student service groups.

In particular, the VP of student Organizations will be responsible for the following:

  • Work with a team of undergraduate students to execute the dPS’s function as an umbrella organization by collaborating with, organizing, and supporting student service groups

  • Maintain channels of communication with groups

  • Meet with leaders of student service groups

  • Develop opportunities for inter-group dialogue and collaboration, including through monthly dPS Roundtables

  • Publicize grant funding opportunities through dPS with student organizations

  • Organize campus events with coalitions of student service organizations

  • Attend weekly dPS meetings and weekly meetings with advisor

 

If you or a member of your organization is interested in applying, please fill out the application by September 6th 2019

 

We would love to have a member of a student service organization in this position and are asking student service organizations to circulate this opening within their Executive teams and student organization list servs.

 

Thank you,
Rasheca Logendran
rasheca.logendran@duke.edu

President of Duke Partnership for Service

Duke – Creative Arts Student Teams

Applications are now open for the Creative Arts Student Teams (CASTs) for Duke Arts! Gain professional experience and behind-the-scenes access to the Ruby. This work opportunity serves the Ruby and arts initiatives across campus in way that empowers individual CASTs to “own” their projects, provides meaningful professional development opportunities in arts administration, and fosters a sense of community among the CAST class.

Apply today!
Meet the 2018-19 CASTs.

Durham – Deep Visual Insights – AI

Deep Visual Insights (DVI) is a Duke startup, commercializing AI software for security camera maintenance. Security cameras are used everywhere and critical during investigations, but their view can become compromised. We provide an enterprise AI solution to quickly and accurately inspect all cameras. The software is in use at Duke and the city of Durham. DVI was founded by Prof. Jordan Malof (Pratt; Duke ECE’15) and Dr. Daniel Reichman (Duke ECE’17).Join DVI as a software development summer intern to expand the capabilities and features of the user-interface of the camera inspection software.
Requirements:
* 2+ years’ experience with the full stack web-development
* Knowledge of HTML, CSS/Less, Bootstrap, Javascript/jQuery, PHP, and MySQL
* Knowledge of modern UI/UX principles
* Deep appreciation for the “Don’t Repeat Yourself” coding principle
If you are interested, please contact daniel@deepvisualinsights.com

Durham – Audacity Labs – 2 Positions

Audacity Labs is hiring for two short-term positions!!
1)Graphic Designer/ Media Consultant: we need someone to work with the 3 student teams to do mockups/pitch decks for their final pitches and create a 10 min conclusive video for the program presented on May 2. Pays $300 for the month of April. DEADLINE IS APRIL 6.

2)R&D Summer Intern: Next fall, we will be incorporating our curriculum as an elective for high schools in addition to the after-school project-based work. From late May to July, we need someone to review all of our curriculum, consolidate and optimize for an entire semester course, and create methods of assessment and scaling. The pay will be provided in a $1500 stipend and we will allow mobile work.
https://www.audacitylabs.org DEADLINE IS APRIL 11

If interested in either, please reach out and email your resume with the position you are applying for as the subject: quinci.king@duke.edu

Raleigh, Durham – StartIQ – Full Stack Developer Internship

Hi everyone,

We are two faculty members at Duke’s Fuqua School of Business who are experts in the researching entrepreneurship. With support from the Kauffman Foundation, we are building software to help entrepreneurs develop their business ideas. This project, StartIQ, will require a full stack developer.

We would like to hire someone right away.  Students with the following skills should apply

  • Previous experience developing webapps
  • Experience with NODE framework
  • Develop front-end applications in React JS
  • Develop back-end APIs in Node JS
  • Database development in MongoDB
  • React JS / Node JS / Rest API / JavaScript / HTML / CSS / Bootstrap
  • Strong debugging, problem solving skills.
  • Good front-end skills with good understanding of UI frameworks

Please send a note to ronnie@duke.edu with a copy of your CV and a short description of your skills and examples of prior work.

Thank you,
Aaron Chatterji and Sharique Hasan

Duke – Innovation Co-Lab – Student Employees

Innovation Co-Lab Hiring Student Employees

Marketing Specialist
Tech Consultant
Videographer