The ATLAS Institute offers free job and internship posting on this page. Employers who post agree to follow Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) practices, treat applicants/employees ethically, and they understand that any job postings that appears to discriminate against applicants on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, age, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, disability, or gender will not be posted. As required by the University, ATLAS does not endorse any specific employers, positions posted, or specific applicants. If you have a concern about a particular posting, please contact Stephanie Wanek at Postings will be removed at the end of each semester. 

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IT Project Coordinator internship (Summer 2021; paid)

Lumen’s internship program is a 10-week opportunity to gain professional experience within your field of study and career interest.  As an IT Project Coordinator intern, you will work in an agile environment, managing workflow for technical teams and driving efficiency throughout the development cycle. The internship is a paid, full-time (30-40 hours a week) role that will take place in Broomfield, CO from 6/1/2021 - 8/13/2021. We’re looking for sophomore and junior students interested in exploring project management, data analysis and problem-solving to achieve team goals. Apply by 11/13 at Join us and be a part of something amazing!

Posted 10/27/2020

Closes 11/15/2020

iD Tech

Student online instructors (P/T; paid)

iD Tech is recruiting tech-savvy students in computing and tech majors to become part time student instructors and tutors for their online community of young adults.  Students can work up to 30 hrs/wk @ $18/hr, leading online workshops and classes. Candidates should have proficiency in areas of tech that pertain to iD Tech’s offerings. Other things to consider would be a good “stage-presence” on camera and be able to engage students remotely in conversation. A background in tutoring kids and teens is highly desirable. In addition to pay, you’ll add leadership and teaching experience to your resume, get exposure to cutting-edge technology and change young lives through tech. Apply by 12/31. Info is here: or contact the Talent Acquisition Team with questions at

Posted 10/22/20

Closes 12/31/20

CU Boulder Advancement

Writer and Digital Content Coordinator (P/T; paid)

We’re looking for a student to research and write content for the print and digital versions of the Coloradan alumni magazine and the CU Advancement Marketing and Communications Team. Duties include building web pages; tracking analytics; creating multimedia content for website and social media; and administrative tasks. Successful candidates will be a junior or senior student and should have excellent writing and proofreading skills; and have experience in Drupal or Wordpress. Bonus points for Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop); photo & video skills; HTML; AP style; and/or experience creating content or storytelling.  Estim 12-14 hrs/wk @ $12/hr. Submit a short cover letter, resume and 2 writing samples to  Apply by 10/22.

Posted 10/20/20

Closes 10/25/2020

CU Research Project

Web game developer (P/T; work study; paid)

This project is for a motivated undergrad to help develop an online game and visualization focused on the connections between ecology and society. The game and lesson plans will be an online, freely available outreach tool for K12 education. The ideal candidate has experience w/ D3.js and JavaScript. This position is completely remote. Duties: Collaborate and communicate with graduate student to develop an online game (including network data manipulation. Ability to take different templates that are available online to piece together this project. Availability to start working Nov 9th at 20 hrs/wk @ $17/hr.  Ideally this is a work study job opportunity, but volunteers are welcome, if this project is of interest.  Apply by 10/25. Send resume to and include a brief letter of interest.

Posted 10/20/20

Closes 10/25/2020

OpptIn (unpaid/equity; build skills)

OpptIn is looking to bring in additional team members to help with our development. These positions are ranged from 1 year to project manager experience - everyone is welcomed to apply! Depending on the position(s) applied, various projects will be assigned (e.g. if students are working with our iOS department, they'll help implement features that would work on iOS devices as well as conducting research for any new potential features or implementations). We’ll work with the student's schedules to provide flexibility while achieving our business goals. Positions are unpaid, but successful applicants are offered equity stakes in the company. Please contact Hieu Vu at with any questions. To apply, please send your resume, position you’re interested in and any relevant experience.  We look forward to your applications!  Info:

Posted 9/21/20

Closes 10/31/20

CU Career Services and Upkey Internship (unpaid; build skills)

CU is partnering with Upkey to offer CU Boulder students access to a virtual professional development, mentorship, company projects, and skill-building program. The program runs for 6 weeks starting on Oct 5th. Participants will have 8-12 hours of student time per week (5 hours of live trainings and a few hours at your own time).  Applications now open. The program starts 10/5. Undergrad and graduate students are eligible. Students are really encouraged to include a story about why this program would be especially valuable to them. Apply to Upkey here:  For questions, email

Posted 9/21/20

Closes 10/15/20

Colorado Coalition for Restorative Justice Practices (paid)

CCRJP is interested in hiring a student to create (design and build) a simple website that communicates the vision, mission, benefits of membership, and history of restorative justice practices in Colorado. It’s estimated this project will take 5-10 hours per week.  The successful applicant will earn $500 to complete a website start to finish. Successful applicants have strong coding and web design skills, strong communication skills and attend periodic Board Member meetings to provide updates on website. Ideally, applicants may resonate with social and racial justice issues, but this is not a requirement. To apply, please submit a resume, examples of past work, and a 1-page letter about why you would like to take this job. Please send all applications to 

Posted 9/21/20

Closes 10/15/20

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ATLAS Institute

Marketing and Communications Assistant

The ATLAS Institute seeks a motivated, organized, detail-oriented student assistant to support a variety of communications-related tasks. 

Primary Duties

  • Coordinate multiple communications projects, ensuring deadlines are met.
  • Manage website content.
  • Promote events.
  • Prepare and post engaging social media content
  • Design and print posters, brochures etc.

Preferred Skills and Experience

  • Knowledge of web content management systems (Drupal, Joomla etc)
  • Proficient in Adobe Creative Suite programs, such as InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Familiarity with video production (editing and/or filming) 

Most work will be performed remotely, with frequent collaboration over Zoom, Slack, etc. This position is likely to require 17–20 hours/week. To apply, send an introductory email, detailing your relevant experience (attach or link to past work) and your interest in applying for the position. Initial consideration will be given to applications received before 8/31.

Posted: 8/17/2020

iD Tech Camps

Remote Instructors (P/T, Year-round)

Looking for Online Instructors in Computer Programming, Game Design, Video Production, and other tech fields.

Essential duties include:

  • Conducting online sessions via video conference
  • Reviewing curriculum or preparing a lesson plan
  • Connecting with students on time
  • Ensuring clients have the required software and hardware for their lesson
  • Providing video conference support
  • Delivering high-quality, individualized instruction

Qualifications, Education, and Experience:

  • Must possess expertise in multiple areas of technology that pertain to iD Tech's summer offerings.
  • College-educated, pursuing or already holding a degree in computer science or related field of study.
  • Must have a good "stage-presence" on camera and be able to engage students remotely in conversation.
  • A background in tutoring kids and teens is highly desirable.

We offer two course sessions, 4pm EST and 4pm PST. Staff can choose to offer one or both. Sessions are Monday-Thursday for an hour and a half each day, instructors must be able to commit to a full Monday-Thursday time slot. $18 per hour for up to 30 hours a week.

Apply by 8/31/2020 at

Posted 8/13/2020.

Brighter Vision

Web Designer (F/T)

Brighter Vision is currently looking for someone to help us create beautiful websites and ongoing technical support. With over 5,000 therapists on our platform, we are the worldwide leader in behavioral health websites and we're looking for another web designer to join our team of 30. Can you troubleshoot mobile responsive design issues? Design a beautiful hero image? Craft thoughtful, empathetic emails? Then we want to hear from you!  Apply now at

Northrop Grumman

Human Factor Engineers; UX Designers; Software Developers

We are an industry leading global security company. Our users conduct some of the world’s most complex, and critical tasks. With your breadth of skills in user-centered software design you can help us make the complex simple, and the formerly impossible possible.  We are currently looking undergraduate juniors and graduate students who will be graduating in 2021 for advanced job placement offers as software developers, human factors engineers, and designers. We are looking for students who demonstrate teamwork, innovative thinking, and share our passion for making complex simple, and the formerly impossible possible through great software design.

  • Curious about learning more?  NG will be conducting a virtual information session, including Q&A this Friday 4/24 @ 3pm. To register, please email to be added to the e-meeting invite list.
  • Or, to apply, go to  and select “Student & Entry-Level”.  Search for “Pathways” or any of these job codes: 19028023, 20004295, 19029709.  Also send me an email at   and I’ll make sure your application comes to me so I can schedule an interview.

Servis Cam

UX Designer (P/T; paid)

Servis Cam is an infant software startup that seeks to bring tech solutions to the heating, air-con, and ventilation Industry. This position is paid based on performance and experience (all experience Levels are welcome to apply). You will be working remotely with little oversight, but in-person meetings will take place as needed. The ideal candidate is a highly motivated self-starter who is seeking to gain additional experience in UX design. Please send an email to the person listed below with a resume and cover letter. A UX portfolio is highly recommended. 

Sean G McCain (

CU Strategic Relations & Communications

Student Software Engineer (P/T; paid)

CU’s Web Communications department seeks a student Software Engineer to be part of a team that is responsible for an enterprise-level Software as a Service and to participate in all aspects of software development from the initial specification, through to developing, testing and launching. Successful candidates will need to be capable of and excited to learn new, modern programming languages, frameworks and techniques.  If you're passionate about creating dynamic, responsive and accessible web experiences - we want to talk to you!  Flexible work schedule but would prefer 10 – 20hrs/wk, paying $13 - $15/hr.  Full details and application info:

CU MindScribe

Software Engineering Intern

Our computer science lab is hiring a software engineering student intern to support the development of our MindScribe conversational agents. In this role, you will first apprentice with our Software Lead to implement changes to our user-facing mobile application. This role is ideal for a student looking for a long-term position with leadership potential.  Apply soon!! Read more here:

Flex Gym Share

Internships (P/T; unpaid)

Flex Gym Share is a young startup in town based out of the Galvanize workspace. We are searching for 3-5 interns to join our efforts in launching our iOS app this spring semester. Students would gain hands-on tech experience and learn several digital marketing skills. This is an unpaid internship. See postings on Handshake: Digital Marketing or App Product Manager  or contact

Ball Aerospace

AR/VR internship (P/T; paid)

Ball is looking for an AR/VR student for a 10-week internship working w/ the latest hardware (Hololens 2, Vive, Magic Leap, etc.).  A talented and motivated student who could help us see things through a new perspective and dive into the technical coding to make that happen is a perfect fit.  The link to more details about the internship is

BioFrontiers Institute

Graphic Designer

BioFrontiers Institute has a job opening for a graphic designer who will work closely with the Director of Communications and other BioFrontiers staff on various brand and marketing concepts and designs. The graphic designer student employee will work 10-15 hours per week in the Jennie Smoly Caruthers Biotechnology Building (JSCBB) on east campus. 

More information can be viewed here


Graphic Design Intern (P/T; unpaid)

Magic is looking for an intern to help our Creative Team design graphics. You will sharpen your skills by designing for clients making a measurable impact on the world at large. You will participate in brainstorm and critique calls, collect assets and help design digital ads, email, landing/sales pages, and website graphics. Our office is at the Black Lab Sports co-working space. The internship is unpaid, 10 hours/week, and can start immediately. Submit an application through our hiring page: and contact if you have any questions. 


Student graphic designer (P/T; paid)

The Astrophysics Division of LASP is seeking undergraduate or masters-level research assistants to serve as either communications director or graphic media lead for the program. These jobs require a creative interest in the sciences (especially astronomy), familiarity with web and graphic design tools, and an interest in visual communication and media.  Specific job duties of both positions are available upon request. Estim. 10 hrs/wk with the possibility of full time work during summer. $14 to $20 per hour, depending on experience. Contact for more information.