(updated on 11/10/2015)
---- SIRI Spring 2016 Applications Due Monday 11/30/2015----
Students interested in applying for SIRI Spring 2016 please note:
- SIRI is unpaid
- Applicants must be current SMC students this fall and during spring 2016
- Students must be 18 years or older, have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and a U.S. citizen or legal resident
- A student should be able to commit 10-15 hours per week on the JPL premises and commit for an entire semester
- A student may apply to a maximum of two projects (JPL calls a project, Announcement of Opportunity - AO). See SIRI SPRING 2016 AO file below for a list of AO’s
- Each Project in the AO file below lists the skills required and preferred student major field of study.
To Apply submit the following by Monday 11/30/2015:
- Must email Application (ApplicationFormSIRIFall15.pdf form) + Current unofficial SMC transcripts in PDF format. The file must be named with the student’s lastname_firstname_Transcript_AO#. A student must submit a transcript file for each project applied for.
- Each resume must be directed towards one Project of JPL's available projects. For a list of projects click: JPL SIRI SPRING 2016 AO ID.pdf
- Resume file must be named: lastname_firstname_AO#.
- Must email all files and have your SMC advisor email their recommendation by 11/30/2015.
Once all your files are submitted, you may hear from JPL directly if you are invited for an interview. JPL does not send rejection letters.
Spring 2016 SIRI starts on JPL campus from January 2016-May 2016-exact dates (TBD)
See page 2 of application for other details and where to send application to.
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Upcoming Events (newest at the top)
|May 21 2015
October 17 2013
November 8 2012
October 11, 2012
November 29, 2011
SIRI Info Session in HSS 165 11:15-12:15. This event is intended for students.
See application link on top of this page.
Summer 2013 Fellowships Info session on November 8, 2012 in HSS 165 from 11:15-12:30. This event is open to all SMC STEM field faculty and students.
SIRI Info Session in Art 214 11:15-12:30. This event is intended for students.
See our flyer here
JPL-SMC Faculty Fellows Symposium 11:15-12:15 Sci 140.
This event is intended for Faculty and Students. Flyer
Links to Professor Stuart Cooley Presentation. JPL Experience, Research Outcome.
In Summer 2011, 4 SMC faculty completed JPL fellowship working with scientists. They will discuss their experience and its impact on their careers and students.
In Summer 2012, 4 SMC faculty will also be awarded such fellowships. For more info scroll down this page or contact email@example.com
|Tuesday November 8, 2011
Cool Careers 11:15-12:30 Cayton Center upstairs lobby.
This event is intended for Students.
Scientist from JPL will tell students about their careers on earth and in space!
Come and find out about Internships at JPL sponsored by NASA/CIPAIR CARA's grant. Flyer
=> See images from this event
Previous NASA Grants:
In 2006, the CSIS department received a grant from NASA
to develop the three areas below.
This grant was completed in December 2008.
Robotics and Artificial Intelligence
CS 9A Technology Project Management I
CS 9B Technology Project Management II
Students receive a free copy of MS Project if they are registered in CS9A or CS9B.
Project Management Certificate of Completion
Linux Network Administration
CS 43 (New Class)
Windows Network Administration
Network Fundamentals & Architecture
CS 75 (New Class)
CS 78 (New Class)
Secure Server Installation & Admin.
Networking Certificate of Completion
Introduction to Mobile Robots
Expert Systems and Chatbots
CS 25 (New Class)
Robotics and Artificial Intelligence Certificate of Completion
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