Students@SC is a community at SC that supports student development through events, workshops, and student cohorts. All Students@SC programming is available to all SC20 attendees!
Check out all the great programming geared towards students in the schedule, check the progress of the Virtual Student Cluster Competition on the leaderboard, and visit the Students@SC Playlist on the SC YouTube Channel for recordings of past webinars, students volunteer success stories, interviews, and more.
Available now and running through January 15, 2021, SC is inviting attendees of all skill levels (students, post-docs, and professionals) to participate in the virtual Job Fair. As applications and résumés submitted will be provided to recruiting organizations, submit your résumé today and help recruiting organizations find you. Employers will be posting their job listings through January. Search the job postings by skill level, area of interest, and more.
Attend one of two virtual résumé workshops! During these sessions, industry and academic leaders will provide one-on-one feedback on your résumé. These sessions will be held after the "Perfecting Your Elevator Speech and Growing Your Professional Network" workshop.
SC21 will host a variety of student programs and is planning for an in-person event. Visit the SC20 website to learn more about how each of these programs are implemented and follow us on social media for updates on when applications will open.
Calling all undergraduate and graduate students! Volunteers assist conference operations and can also participate in the Technical Program.
For undergraduate students early in their academic career seeking an introduction to high performance computing. Students will be guided through the SC Technical Program and meaningfully engage in activities including technical talks and workshops to gain an understanding of career options in computer science, computer engineering, and computational science.
Teams of undergraduate students from around the world put their skills to the test building, operating, and tuning powerful cluster computers in this high-powered competition.
An exciting social computing challenge involving data science and analytics for undergraduate students, hosted at SC. Contact us with questions.
Regardless of your participation in the above, there are plenty of opportunities and activities for students attending the conference including workshops, technical sessions, and speed mentoring.