I am a student at Washington University in St. Louis. I am double majoring in Computer Science and Finance. Outside of class, I compete in Hackathons, the Wash U electrical engineering club (IEEE), and TKE Social Fraternity. I also play softball, shoot archery, and rock climb!
I organize and compete in different Major League Hacking (MLH) Hackathons. Hackathons are events where teams of students compete to build and complete a project in 24-48 hours. The competitions allow computer science students to explore ideas beyond the classroom. Hackathons are designed to encourage collaboration where learning occurs across various disciplines. At every event I have been to, I met students from schools other than my own. At some events, I even worked with these new friends! Overall, the hackathon community is full of creative individuals. If you haven't been to one, I highly recommend it! The events are always fun and exciting. To learn more about MLH, click here.
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, or IEEE, is a national organization whose "core purpose is to foster technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity". At the Wash U IEEE chapter, we focus on the foundations of project development. Our chapter encourages all students, not just elcetrical engineers, to succeed in the club at Wash U. In the past year, I have helped to make both a light-up dance floor, and a "mag-spoofer". These projects broadened my horizons as a computer science major and sparked an interest in project management / development. Since joining the club, I have developed many different projects outside IEEE using the skills that I learned in the club. To learn more about IEEE, click here.
Third-year Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and second major in Finance student seeks summer 2018 internship. Applicant is focused, proactive and flexible. Available May 15 to August 15, 2018 with flexibility.
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