Our primary purpose is making access to University systems from a mobile device as simple as access from a desktop device. We mentor interns and take them from theory and practice, to production apps and accounting for sustainability.
The Mobile Innovation Team continually strives to improve accessibility to Clemson University’s resources by providing users access on the go in the palm of their hand. We mentor interns, exposing them to professional software development tools, processes, and the creation of production level applications that are used by over 10,000 users every day.
The Mobile Innovation Team uses the best in breed industry tools, languages, and platforms to build rich and unique mobile experiences that differentiate Clemson University.
"My job has been challenging for sure, but I was able to start contributing very quickly because of my work with GO, Docker, and AWS with your team. I have already learned a lot in just these two months about new tech and overall business knowledge."
"I also wanted to take the time to say thank you for a great internship experience and the mentorship I received with your team. I appreciate the level of responsibility given to me in my work and I enjoyed the challenge of learning. Over this past year, I feel like I have grown as a developer and gained more confidence. I wanted to let you know that I felt excited in the mornings before I'd come into work because of the opportunity to contribute and because I felt valued - this will be something I take with me as I move into future jobs. Thank you again for all of your encouragement!"
Part-time is 10 to 20 hours per week. Full-time is 20 to 28 hours per week.
Both full and part-time positions are usually available.
Serve as an Intern for CCIT's Mobile Innovation team.
Under the guidance of senior mobile developers,
The intern will report to the Director of the Mobile Innovation team. The intern will typically be a part of a team and will have daily contact with the supervisor. Position normally works 10 to 20 hours per week and will operate a personal computer 80% of the time.
This intern will design, code, test, document, and implement moderately complex programs, program modifications, or applications based on specifications or interactions with project leaders. Intern will also integrate programs, interfaces, or other components into an overall structure for the application or system. The intern will learn how to design, build, develop, deploy, and maintain native iOS, Android, and mobile web applications. This internship provides students insight and experience in future careers by giving them relevant work experience and challenging them to succeed in solving real-world problems.