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Charleston Open Source
Mark your calendars for Countdown to Success on March 25 at Trident Technical College! Brought to you by NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration and Charleston County Government, this full-day summit will connect businesses with NASA officials, government agencies, and other local business to pursue partnerships opportunities. http://bit.ly/3c8WRIA
YWCA Greater Charleston expands its all-girls after school coding club, Y Girls Code, adding five new coding clubs and providing more opportunities to learn code for young women interested in tech. http://bit.ly/32szViY
Today!!! Feb 26 until 5pm is the last graduation fair at the main campus its at the bookstore. . It's the easiest way to get your pre-graduation stuff all done. If you are finishing your degree in spring, summer or fall you can walk in May's graduation ceremony. You must apply my March 13 but the grad fairs are the best way to get everything done.
Here's the info:
Want to take care of everything in one place? Attend a Graduation Fair for a one-stop experience!
Apply for graduation
Purchase regalia (cap/gown/tassel)
Meet with Financial Aid staff for Exit Loan Counseling
Get job hunting tips from Student Employment Services
Learn about the Alumni & Friends Network
Sit for graduation photo (Thornley Campus only)
Feb. 26, 2020
Thornley Main Campus (Bookstore)
Graduates receive a diploma cover during the graduation ceremony. The Registrar's office issues actual diplomas approximately six weeks after the semester that the graduates complete their program of study. To receive your diploma, you must have completed a graduation application. Graduates will receive an email in their my.tridenttech.edu email account when their diploma or certificate is available for pick-up. The Registrar's office will mail diplomas to graduates who are unable to pick up their diploma or certificate after two weeks of receiving email.
To order a replacement diploma, complete a Duplicate Diploma Request Form and submit it to the Registrar's office. The cost of each replacement diploma is $10.
TTC grants academic recognition to students who complete 30 or more credit hours with the appropriate cumulative grade point average.
Honors Designation Cumulative GPA**
Summa Cum Laude 3.95 - 4.000
Magna Cum Laude 3.75 - 3.949
Cum Laude 3.60 - 3.749
Graduates participating in the graduation ceremony who have earned honors will receive an honors medallion to be worn during the commencement ceremony. Graduates in Phi Theta Kappa and Alpha Mu Gamma with a minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA wear college-approved honor society regalia.
Disabilities Accommodations for Students/Guests with Disabilities
Students or guests with disabilities who require special assistance during the ceremony must contact Germaine Rivers at 843-574-6362 or TTY 843-574-6351. Graduates with special needs should give advance notice so that appropriate arrangements can be made. Elevators are accessible through the coliseum's south entrance. Coliseum staff will assist guests with disabilities to locate appropriate seating arrangements.
For more information, visit the North Charleston Coliseum website.
Security at the Graduation Ceremony
Security staff working the North Charleston Coliseum entrances will inspect all large bags and purses beginning at 5 p.m. on the day of the ceremony (when the doors open to the public). This is similar to the security procedures used for other major events at the coliseum. Employees, graduates, students and guests are encouraged to leave their personal belongings at home or locked securely in their vehicles. TTC Public Safety officers will work the event along with coliseum security staff. If you see an unattended bag or any suspicious activity inside or outside the coliseum, please notify one of the officers working the event or call TTC’s Public Safety office at 843-574-6053.
GradImages will photograph TTC graduates during the ceremony. There is no obligation to purchase these photographs. Visit http://gradimages.com/ or call 800-261-2576 to register to preview graduate photos. A professional photographer will also take studio portraits of graduates in graduation regalia or for professional resumes at the Spring Semester Thornley Campus graduation fair.
Important Information for Graduation Ceremony Attendees!
The North Charleston Coliseum has a new bag policy in effect that regulates the size and types of bags allowable. Do not bring unacceptable type bags or you will have to return them to your vehicle. For details about allowable sizes and clear bag policy, click here.
This is a great meetup! Just about every IT professional in Charleston will be there. Will you? I'll be there! Join me!
Ticket prices for the i5k are increasing soon!
FREE!!!!! FREE!!!! What do you have to lose? Bring a friend or two. I'm sure they'll have great snacks :-)
Free Mini Bootcamp: HTML/CSS & Java
Wednesday, March 4, 2020
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
7410 Northside Dr · North Charleston, SC
Please join Level Up Instructor, Mike Freeman, as he guides you through a fun evening of HTML/CSS, and a touch of Java!
Food & drinks will be provided.
This class is free and open to all, regardless of experience!
This is a casual event and we request that you bring your own laptop or other device. If you do not have a laptop, please let us know ahead of time and we will provide one for you!
meetup.com Wed, Mar 4, 2020, 6:00 PM: Please join Level Up Instructor, Mike Freeman, as he guides you through a fun evening of HTML/CSS, and a touch of Java!Food & drinks will be provided.This class is free and
Charleston Women in Tech
Galactic THANKS to all who participated as presenter or attendee at the Q1 2020 #CHSWIT Event! Special shout out to Dr. Kelly Caine & staff at Clemson University Zucker Family Graduate Education Center for hosting us at their amazing space! Also to NASA/JPL Solar System Ambassador, ISS Space Center Ambassador & Infiniscope representative Lisa Gethard for producing the event! We were extremely lucky to have Casual Space Podcast host Beth Mund from Chicago serve as our keynote speaker! As former Public Affairs Officer for NASA she stressed the importance of #womenintech telling Their Stories - which we heard from our own #hiddenfigures who have supported NASA with their work in various technologies & programs for space & earth science right here in Charleston, SC! Dr. Donna Roberts, MUSC, Dr. Sarah Imam, The Citadel, Angela Anderson, SAIC, Sarah Sole, Advanced Technology International NASA DEVELOP National Program. moderated by Adrianne Smalls-Owens Videos to come! #NASASOCIAL #thefutureisfemale #womenintech #womenofnasa #chstech
If you are finishing your program in Spring, summer and even Fall, you can walk in May! You earned it! Don't miss out.
Class of 2020 - make sure you have a seat at the May 1 graduation ceremony by submitting a graduation application and ordering your regalia (cap/gown/tassel) from a campus bookstore. Deadline is March 13! Drop by the Graduation Fair noon-5 p.m. Feb. 26 at the Thornley Campus Bookstore for one-stop graduation preparation.
Who wants a great government job? One of the few place you can earn a defined pension.
Are you interested in a rewarding career in the public sector?Come see over 30 more state agencies at the SC Careers Expo at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center on Monday, March 2nd. The event is from 11 am - 5 pm. The registration link is below.
governmentjobs.com You are registering for the SC Careers Expo held on March 2, 2020, at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center. The SC Careers Expo will be held from 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.More than 30 state agencies will be on hand to answer questions about state careers. Some agencies will be conducting interview...
Responsibilities: NAMI Charleston Area is offering an internship for 10 -15 hours per week (for 200 hours or what is necessary to meet internship requirements). This position will primarily focus on the marketing and administrative needs of the organization
Good writing skills
Well versed in Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter
Experience with Google Suite
Experience/interest in Google Ads/Analytics
Must be able to work independently on assigned projects
Excellent organizational skills
Creating and posting social media content
Following up with members and partner organizations
Assistance with scheduling presentations
Contributing to enewsletter
Helping with the NAMI walk (main fundraising event)
Promotions of free groups
Working on a new initiative (NAMI FaithNet)
Seeking new PR opportunities
Assist with health fairs and events
Degree Program Desired: Marketing
Geographic location(s) of position: Remote with occasional in person meetings
Rate of Pay or Compensation: Unpaid
Period of Employment: Open
Days/Hours per week: Flexible
How to apply: E-mail a resume and cover letter to [email protected]
namicharlestonarea.org Responsibilities: NAMI Charleston Area is offering an internship for 10 -15 hours per week (for 200 hours or what is necessary to meet internship requirements). This position will primarily focus on the marketing and administrative needs of the organization Skills needed: Good writing skillsWe...
Charleston Digital Corridor announces the deployment of the updated CharlestonWorks portal! Career seekers now have the opportunity to share talent profiles with regional employers, and all site visitors can sign up to receive updates when companies and talent profiles are added. Check it out! https://www.charlestonworks.com/
Open Source 101 is a conference in Columbia SC. Not far from Charleston and I highly recommend you attend if you can. Classes will be over here for Spring 1. You can actually drive up, attend and then drive back without much trouble.
The good news is you can go for FREE if you volunteer. Volunteering offers more benefits than just getting in free, you get to meet the organizers and the presenters. Moreover, they really appreciate you helping out.
You can see what this conference is all about here: https://opensource101.com/events/columbia-2020/
Volunteers needed for Open Source 101 Columbia! A successful conference like Open Source 101 is only possible with the help of fantastic volunteers who are willing to step forward and lend their time and talents. If you’re one of these wonderful people and would like to help out please take a minute to review the opportunities and descriptions listed here. And please know, we don’t expect you to give with no take. In exchange for working ONE COMPLETE SHIFT, we’re proud to offer you one free registration good for the entire day. This includes access to all programming and lunch. We encourage you to sign up ASAP as these spots go fast! Please, only one person from each company. Thanks again for your interest in helping us with Open Source 101!
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2020 Charleston UX Member Pulse
Charleston User Experience (UX)
Thursday, March 5, 2020
5:30 PM to 6:30 PM
1081 Morrison Dr
Charleston, SC 29403
Charleston UXers!!!! IT'S BEEN A WHILE!
Come out and enjoy a fun happy hour with Charleston UX. Let's get to know each other and ideate on what we are looking forward to this year.
5:30 - Check In/Make a New Friend
5:45 - Kickoff & Discussion
6:15 - Open Announcement
meetup.com Thu, Mar 5, 2020, 5:30 PM: Charleston UXers!!!! IT'S BEEN A WHILE!Come out and enjoy a fun happy hour with Charleston UX. Let's get to know each other and ideate on what we are looking forward to this
Guest Presentation - NoSQL Databases on AWS
Charleston Amazon Web Services (AWS)
Tuesday, February 25, 2020
6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
174 Meeting Street
Charleston, sc 29401
How to find us
We recommend parking in the Cumberland Street garage right next to our office building. The meetup is held in the Snagajob office on the 3rd floor of the BB&T building and you may enter from the Meeting Street entrance.
In our upcoming meetup we are extremely fortunate to have Grady Rogers join us to present about his extensive experience running numerous NoSQL databases in production on AWS!
What to expect from Grady's presentation:
At this meetup, I will be sharing my experiences at Rhinogram with NoSQL databases on our AWS platform. I will be using our auditing service as a use case for an application that requires a schemaless data store. And I will be walking you through our decision-making process for changing our infrastructure stack to meet the changing needs of an ever-evolving product. If you are considering migrating to AWS and/or to a NoSQL backend, hopefully this talk can save you some headaches and help you make the right choice for your project.
meetup.com Tue, Feb 25, 2020, 6:00 PM: In our upcoming meetup we are extremely fortunate to have Grady Rogers join us to present about his extensive experience running numerous NoSQL databases in production on A
Join the PhishLabs team as a Cybersecurity Compliance Engineer and use your skills to help stop the bad guys. Headquartered in Charleston | SC, PhishLabs uses its cyber intelligence and mitigation solutions to fight against cybercrime. http://bit.ly/361jESl
Who wants a summer internship in Greenville?
CO-OP/INTERN DOMESTIC POSITIONS AVAILABLE: SUMMER & FALL 2020
Apply online at: bmwgroup.jobs/us
1. Once you are at the BMW Group Jobs website, scroll down to “Job Finder”.
2. Click the “Job Type”, select “Internship”.
3. Click the “Division” tab, select “BMW Manufacturing Co., LLC”.
4. A list of all open internships and co-ops will appear.
5. Once you find a position you are interested in, click on the job title.
6. Click “Apply” then click “Accept” under Privacy Agreement.
7. From the login page click “New User” and complete the new user registration then click “Register”.
Complete your profile by uploading your resume and unofficial transcript. Complete your personal information and follow all of the profile steps. Once you have followed all of the steps, double check your work and click “Submit”.
· Students must apply online before they are eligible for an interview.
· Not attaching the appropriate documents will delay the recruiting process.
· Have a professor and/or mentor at your college/university review your resume before submitting.
· Must have expected graduation date and current GPA listed on resume.
Functional SC: Programming in the Silicon Harbor
Thursday, February 13, 2020
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
817 Savannah Hwy · Charleston, SC
How to find us
Group of socially awkward people in the small room on the left. Reservation is under "Hugh Goodman" or just ask "where is the computer club?"
meetup.com Thu, Feb 13, 2020, 7:00 PM: Great place to bounce ideas off of your peers and ask about anything!
H2KInfosys is offering QTP Online Training and Placement Assistance in Charleston from Real Time QTP Experts. www.h2kinfosys.com
H2KInfosys is offering JAVA Online Training and Placement Assistance in Charleston from Real Time Java Industry Experts. www.h2kinfosys.com
Timothy Mumford is an experienced computer repair specialist, servicing Charleston and its surrounding areas. Tim has over 10 years of experience in dealin
Connecting Non-Profits with Technology Help in the South Carolina Lowcountry
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