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Maine Employers Planning to Hire More Than 140 Paid Computing and IT Interns in 2015

January 28, 2015
Fifteen Maine companies and organizations have committed to help strengthen the chance that today?s college students will find full-time employment by hiring more than 140 paid computing and IT interns this year.
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Do you want to earn up to $7,000 this summer?

January 24, 2015
Have you lined up a paid internship for this summer yet? It's not too late. Several of our Project>Login partners are still seeking students, but you need to act quickly to land these positions.
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LinkedIn snapshot: Maine's network of Computing and IT professionals

January 23, 2015
Here is an update on the computing and IT profession in Maine, based on those who have registered with LinkedIn. As of January 23, 6,962 LinkedIn members were classified as working in Information Technology functions" in Maine.
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Over 200 Attended the First Maine Digital Festival

January 12, 2015
Over 200 students, educators and parents attended the first annual Maine Digital Festival on Saturday, December 13. They worked with MIT coaches, listened to presenters, and participated in an Hour of Code.
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Community roundtable at UMA brainstorms digital learning opportunities

January 09, 2015
Immediately following the UMA Project Login networking event at the University of Maine at Augusta campus, Project Login Director Jay Collier hosted a Regional Roundtable. This diverse group of professionals, students, and educators informally discussed the computing and IT profession in Maine.
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New Paid Internships at the Maine Turnpike Authority

January 08, 2015
Did you know the Maine Turnpike Authority develops, manages, and maintains some of the most integrated digital technology networks in the state? MTA interns are assigned to the area that best matches their interests, and then work with experts.
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Maine Digital Festival expecting hundreds of students who love Digital on Saturday

December 10, 2014
Join Project>Login at the Maine Digital Festival to see students who love 'digital' find ways to turn their excitement into skills that could develop future careers. The Maine Digital Festival, a free event, will host 250 Maine students, parents, teachers, along with coaches from MIT and Code.org, to learn about apps, games, networks, software and more.
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Project>Login networking receptions kick off 2015 internship recruitment

November 03, 2014
"You can never get enough experience," Buck told fellow computer science students at UMF on Monday during a networking reception offered by Project>Login. The receptions bring computing and IT students together with Maine companies that are recruiting for paid internships for the summer of 2015 and jobs after graduation.
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Registration is now open for the Maine Digital Festival on December 13

November 03, 2014
Are you (or your daughter, son, student, or friends) curious about digital tech? Do you want to learn more with others who are passionate about apps, games, networks, software, and more If so, come to the Festival!
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Share your knowledge at a community meeting in Portland or Augusta

November 01, 2014
Are you interested in discussing the computing and IT profession in Maine ? all while meeting some interesting people? If so, please join us for one of our upcoming regional Project>Login roundtable discussions in South Portland and Augusta.
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