Internship Opportunities

Internship Opportunities

Because you’ll start your computer science courses right away, you’ll develop enough expertise to start using your major through internships, typically in your junior year, in Milwaukee and nationwide. Below are selected opportunities for our undergraduate Computer Science and Interdisciplinary Data Science students.

Updated 21-Sep-2022

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Northwestern Mutual Data Science Institutue (Summer 2023)

The Northwestern Mutual Data Science Institute (NMDSI), in partnership with hiring managers in the Core Data and Analytics department at Northwestern Mutual, is excited to announce the internship openings for the Summer of 2023!

These opportunities are available to any full time undergraduate or graduate student with a minimum GPA of 3.0 and a passion for data. The full-time internship runs from June 5 to August 11, 2023, with extension and conversion opportunities available. There are three open roles students can apply for:

  • Data Science & Analytics Internship
  • Data & Analytics Engineering Internship
  • Software Engineering in Data Internship

The priority recruitment window for these positions is short – apply by end of October to be considered during the first candidate review. Please broadcast this information widely in your student networks – classes, clubs, research groups, etc. Also, recruiters and NMDSI team members will be attending the Fall Career Fairs to promote the internships: Thursday, Sept. 22 at Marquette and Friday, Sept. 23 at UW-Milwaukee.

If you have any questions regarding these data and analytics internships, you can contact Mark Zachar, Program Manager for the NMDSI or your NMDSI Co-Director.

Fiserv (Application Development, Global & Cyber Security, Mobile Solutions, Network Engineering and Quality Assurance)

Technology areas such as Application Development, Global & Cyber Security, Mobile Solutions, Network Engineering and Quality Assurance are offering internships; each will provide training curriculum, mentoring, and on the job experiential learning.

Interns will work with Technology professionals learning much needed skills such as coding, testing and support application software; work with senior analysts and experienced teammates; offer innovative suggestions; participate in quality inspections; support in ongoing documentation of existing process, with mentorship, and other complicated projects. Assignments serve to offer practical experience and broad exposure to the organization. Specific activities vary by assignment.