Students who have declared a major or a minor in any College of Arts and Sciences program are invited to apply to be a “Coding Scholar.” Coding scholars will be paid $15 per hour.
Applicants either (1) propose coding projects of their own design and try to locate a faculty mentor or (2) apply to work in one of the coding projects already proposed by faculty. The schedule and pace of work are highly flexible, but all work must be completed by June 30, 2021. Work-study eligibility is preferred but not required. Work is remote unless an individual mentor requires some on-campus performance.
All full-time faculty members are eligible to serve as mentors and are encouraged to propose projects for students to consider. If you are staff or part-time faculty, consider partnering with a full-time faculty member in order to participate. Applications and proposals will be considered as long as unallocated funds remain.