Earn-Learn Apprentices earn an hourly wage while working part-time within the college. Students work for a sponsoring department or program in ways that both further their own education and serve the needs of the sponsoring unit.
Student benefits include:
Earn-Learn apprentices are partially funded by the hiring department or program. The remainder of the funding is provided by the college or a donor to the college. Requirements vary by position. All apprentices will be expected to:
(Please note that in addition to posts here, additional opportunities may be advertised by your department. Check individual department websites for more details, and keep this page bookmarked for future updates!)
Assistant for Graduate Recruiting
Responsibilities will include:
If interested, please contact Juliet Gopinath at email@example.com or via phone at 303-492-5568.
Aerospace Engineering Sciences is seeking a well-qualified student to design, construct and implement a new computer server to facilitate the needs of the Capstone Senior Design Course and other department courses. The server will primarily host the Senior Design Web page and act as a ‘backed-up’ remote storage device for software related to the Aerospace curriculum. The ideal candidate will have the knowledge and skills necessary to construct an easily-maintained Linux based server from scratch. This earn learn project will consist of server design, hardware research and assembly, server software layout, and thorough maintenance documentation. This project will be overseen by Steve Hart (IT Systems Administrator for the Colorado Center for Atmospheric Research) and Trudy Schwartz (Senior Instructor for Aerospace Engineering Sciences). Students that have completed CSCI-4113 Unix System Administration or an equivalent course(s) are highly encouraged to apply.
Contact Trudy Schwartz at firstname.lastname@example.org to apply.
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