Opportunities for students
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This website details additional opportunities for students outside the classroom.
If you are a student who has done well in your courses, you may consider applying to become a tutor via the Academic Success Center (ASC). A tutor is a paid (hourly) position. For more details, find details and an application on the ASC's tutoring page.
Some, but not all, instructors utilize graders aside from any graduate assistants and/or lab instructors assigned to them. A grader is a paid (hourly) position. Those interested in becoming graders should contact the faculty member whom they want to grade for.
Lab instructors for CS 135 are typically upper level undergraduates who have completed CS 135, CS 202, and CS 302. A lab instructor is a paid (hourly) position. For more information on becoming a lab instructor, contact Ms. Lee Misch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are pursuing a masters or doctoral degree and are interested in becoming a graduate assistant, please visit the UNLV graduate assistant website for more details. A graduate assistant is a paid (stipend) position.
The UNLV chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) competes in the International Collegiate Programming Competition (ICPC) annually. For more details visit the UNLV ACM website.
Some relevant student organizations for those in CS include:
- UNLV Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
- UNLV Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
- UNLV Upsilon Pi Epsilon (UPE) - International Honor Society for the Computing and Information Disciplines
- Tau Beta Pi (TBP) - The Engineering Honor Society
- Layer Zero - Information and Cyber Security at UNLV
- UNLV engineering student organizations - a complete list of all student organizations associated with the College of Engineering