STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES

Empowering Our AUC Students

The AUC Data Science Initiative designs and implements programming to support student development, skill enhancement, as well as funding and industry opportunities.

PFx: PreFreshman Experience

The Pre-Freshman Experience (PFx): “Data for Social Good” – summer program offers incoming AUC students a chance to engage in data science before the start of their first year. Throughout the one-week program, students will explore applications of data science and learn about different career opportunities.

Seeking: Motivated students with a passion for inquiry, investigations, and technology.

Program Dates: Monday-Friday, July 19-23, 2021 (5 days)

Stipends: Each participant will receive a $250 upon successful completion of the program and certification of participation

Data Science Club

Do you want to know more about data analytics? Big data and big business? Join the AUC Data Science Club to participate in projects, hear from industry speakers, and meet others who are studying and working in data science.

We will provide a space for people to grow and feel accepted by a community for empowerment.

Data Challenges

These cutting-edge competitions for enthusiastic scientist students who want to showcase their analytical and technical skills. We offer participating students opportunities to work in teams to develop solutions for problems utilizing big data.  Earn MONEY & DEVELOP SKILLS!

Stay Tuned to learn about upcoming challenges!

Travel and Training

The Travel and Training Support Program aims to increase the participation and engagement of AUC students, faculty, and staff in data science. Support for virtual conferences may be included. Click below for more information.

“Data analytics has become the vital skill for business students in today’s environment. Recruiters emphasize it constantly and we are hearing from our alumni and interns returning from the summer that they need to strengthen these skills. It does not matter which area of business you plan to enter; you need to know how to understand and analyze data.”

— Dr. Keith Hollingsworth, Department of Business Administration, Morehouse College