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Info sessions scheduled for immersion experience, EuroTech
September information sessions have been scheduled for students interested in two of the Global Enterprise Technology (GET) program components.
GET is an interdisciplinary program focused on preparing students for successful careers in large-scale, technology-leveraged global operating environments.
Students in the program’s components will learn how to manage and develop the technological infrastructures of today’s global markets. The program was developed through a collaboration between Syracuse University and JP Morgan Chase & Co.
Information sessions will cover both the GET Immersion Experience and EuroTech.
The GET Immersion Experience is an internship opportunity that allows students to gain first-hand experience designing, developing and supporting technology applications and projects. Interns will join a sponsoring company’s IT team where they will be exposed to different areas of technology within the organization. Because of its extended length of eight months, participants have the opportunity to gain more real-world work experience than a typical internship.
EuroTech is a summer program that exposes students to some of the largest global corporations, so they can see first-hand how these institutions use information to address global technology challenges. Participants will get an inside view of the top global corporations across Europe while visiting historical and cultural highlights along
the way. Students will also have free time to explore each city on their own. In 2011, the EuroTech trip visited seven cities across five countries.
Sessions are scheduled as follows:
Monday, Sept. 12 – noon – 347 Hinds Hall
Monday, Sept. 19 – 5:30 p.m. – 1-218 CST
Friday, Sept. 23 – 12:45 p.m. – 104 Whitman
Contact Person: Kathryn Allen