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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.

Our Tools

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.

  • Jira Software
  • Bitbucket
  • Confluence
  • Bamboo
  • Kubernetes
  • Docker
  • Amazon Web Services
  • Microsoft Azure
  • PostgreSQL
  • Git
  • Swift
  • Golang
  • React
  • Python

Intern Feedback

"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!"

Openings

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.

Openings: Fall '19 (1), Spring '19 (1)

Job Purpose

Serve as a Technical Writing Intern for CCIT's Mobile Innovation team.

Position Description

The intern will assist in propelling team productivity through documentation management efforts, administrative tasks, external stakeholder management for platforms such as Guidebook, and identification of user needs with team core constituencies (students, graduate students, faculty, staff, alumni, and visitors).

The intern will assist in writing technical documentation for the Mobile Innovation Team’s applications. S/he will also assist in managing and boosting our brand through social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. The intern is expected to have frequent contact with the Director of the Mobile Innovation Team and collaborate with other interns and full-time developers. The intern will also work with our partners to produce marketing content for our website. The intern will need to know how to or be willing to learn how to produce System and Application Architecture diagrams using draw.io. The intern may also be asked to create surveys, conduct focus groups, interviews with users, etc. to help us understand what features will best serve the Clemson community.

If the intern desires, has the aptitude, and is willing to put in the work, they will be empowered to learn how to write code for elements of the my.Clemson app, or other applications under development by the team.

Qualifications

  • Academic Class requirement: 2nd semester Freshman or higher
  • GPA Requirement: 3.0
  • Assist in documenting my.Clemson and other projects for the Mobile Innovation Team
  • Preferred Majors: Marketing, Management, Communications, Graphic Communications, etc.
  • Technical aptitude, desire and ability to learn new things
  • Ability and willingness to liaise between development team, other departments on campus, and the community strongly desired

Guidelines and Supervision

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.

Learning Outcomes

  • Learning outcome 1: Communication
  • Learning outcome 2: Adaptability
  • Learning outcome 3: Collaboration
  • Other outcomes: Technical Development Workflow
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