External Opportunities for Students 

Index of Contents
1. UiPath Student Developer Program
2. Microsoft Learn Student Ambassadors
3. Dell Campassador 6.0
4. DeepLearning.AI Event Ambassador
5. AWS Educate Student Ambassador Program
6. Facebook Developer Circles
7. Agora Student Ambassador
8. Intel Software Innovator Program
9. Campus Ambassador – HackerEarth 
10.DESIS Ascend Educare 2021
11. Walmart SparkTech Showcase 
12. Github Campus Experts

1. UiPath Student Developer Program

UiPath Student Developer Program aims to empower and upskill the student communities with the most sought-after RPA skills. Along with learning technology, students will also get an opportunity to network and hone their leadership skills. 

For more info: Link

Eligibility:

  1. Is currently enrolled in an undergraduate program from a recognized university in India, Australia, Singapore, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka or the Philippines. 
  2. Is currently studying in Senior/Pre-final (2nd or 3rd) year during 2021-2022 academic year. 
  3. Possesses strong programming skills and experience of working on Python, C#/VB & Net. 
  4. Has a genuine interest in organizing fellow students and building community. 
  5. Is a go-getter and a problem solver with an “anything is possible” attitude. 
  6. Is a good communicator, planner, and organizer who is ready to go outside his or her comfort zone.  
  7. Is willing to learn, unlearn, and relearn.   

Application Link: here

2. Microsoft Learn Student Ambassadors

Connect with other students who share your passion in focused Leagues and use tech to solve real-world challenges together. Kick-start your career with training and certifications, support for virtual events, and unique access to experts and mentors.Host digital events, offer guidance to other students, and earn recognition that separates your résumé from the pack. These are just some of the benefits of joining this program. 

For more info: Link

Eligibility:

  1. To apply, you must be at least 16 years old, have valid identification and be actively enrolled in an accredited, higher education academic institution.
  2. We encourage students from all academic backgrounds who want to grow their career and tech skills while making a difference in their communities to apply. Some experience in coding or technology is helpful, but we have tools and resources to help you learn in the program.
  3. U.S. F-1 students should check with the Designated School Official at the International Student office of their school (or their own personal immigration legal counsel) to see if participation in this Program would constitute a violation of their F-1 status. A violation may not only impact a student’s ability to continue with their F-1 studies, but may also affect his or her eligibility for future U.S. immigration-related benefits.
  4. Students in Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan, Syria, and the Region of Crimea are not eligible for the Microsoft Learn Student Ambassadors program. U.S. export regulations prohibit the export of goods and services to these countries/regions and therefore students of these countries/regions are not eligible to participate.

Application Link: here

3. Dell Campassador 6.0

Dell Campassador is a student engagement initiative wherein Dell recruits campus ambassadors.

Recruited Campassadors act as a liaison between Dell and your college, carrying out a number of cool and creative activities the digital way. This gives Campassadors a chance to get acquainted with Dell’s latest innovative technology and products.

Eligibility:

  1. All UG and PG students are eligible to register and participate in Dell Campassador. 

Application Link: here

4. DeepLearning.AI Event Ambassador

Bringing together the global AI community by representing the city’s deep learners.

  • -Promotion through DeepLearning.AI marketing channels including website event page, email list and social channels
  • -Courses discounts for the ambassadors as well as the attendees
  • -Connections to speakers and the ambassador community
  • -A greeting video from Andrew and the DeepLearning.AI team 
  • -Ongoing support via email 
  • -An actual box of goodies for your meetup. Quantities and types depend on the actual event (currently not available due to COVID-19)
  • -Selected event ambassadors will receive special perks from us! Details TBD. 
  • -DeepLearning.AI reserves the right to discontinue the partnership and remove any person or organization from the event ambassador list.

Eligibility:

  1. You’re passionate about AI and deep learning 
  2. You’re currently working in the AI field or looking to transition into an AI career
  3. You have experience with organizing at least one tech community group and one event in the past

Responsibility:

  1. You’re expected to coordinate your event onsite independently. 
  2. It’s a volunteer endeavor. You’re financially responsible for your event. If you need sponsorship to cover the cost, we recommend you thoroughly vet any potential sponsors to make sure they’re appropriate for the event.  
  3. You’re expected to host meetups regularly for your group ideally once a month and at least once every quarter. A group will be considered inactive if it does not host events for a 6-month period.

Application Link: here

5. AWS Educate Student Ambassador Program

The AWS Educate Student Ambassador Program gives AWS Educate student members recognition, access to career development opportunities, and other benefits for helping their peers learn about AWS Educate. The program is available to AWS Educate student members globally ages 18+ who are enrolled at a public or private school, college, or university.

For more info: Link

Eligibility:

  1. Be enrolled in AWS Educate. Students can sign up here.
  2. Be a second or third year student, preferably in a science, technology, engineering, or mathematics discipline
  3. Be familiar with AWS Educate and AWS products and services
  4. Be involved in student organizations and activities

Application Link: here

6. Facebook Developer Circles

Developer Circles are communities of innovators, where experienced developers receive free opportunities to strengthen their expertise in Facebook products.

One can take part in online discussions and attend local meet-ups by joining one of hundreds of circles around the globe.

Eligibility:

The program is open to any type of developer whether they have used our products or platform or not. By joining a circle, developers will of course have access to trainings, docs and resources to begin using Facebook products and building on our platform.

Application Links:

  1. To join one in your city: link
  2. To lead a circle: link

7. Agora Student Ambassador

The Agora Student Ambassador Program is aimed at identifying energetic, passionate, brilliant, and like-minded College Students who will be chosen to train on Agora Real-Time Engagement for AI/ML, Web/App and IoT applications and to educate fellow students and other developers.

Eligibility:

All students are eligible. 

Application Link: here

8. Intel Software Innovator Program

Developers can now create and demonstrate forward-looking projects that will become tomorrow’s game-changers with the support of the Intel® Software Innovator Program.

Innovators are equipped with leading-edge tools and technology to develop ideas, early access to information and technology, peer networking and speaking opportunities at industry events and developer gatherings.

Eligibility:

Need to be eligible for atleast one track mentioned in the link below.

Application Link: here

9. Campus Ambassador – HackerEarth

The HackerEarth University Ambassador Program is a platform for students who are passionate about programming to start and run an active programming club in their university. A HackerEarth University Ambassador is a leader with a keen interest in starting and building a programming community.

For more info: link 

Eligibility:

Students having strong leadership and immense love for competitive programming, are most welcome to be a part of our extended family on their university.

Application Link: here

10. DESIS Ascend Educare 2021

Educare for Women in Tech is a six month mentorship program where students will get an opportunity to partake in an exclusive educational experience designed to enhance their skills.

For more info: here

Eligibility:

The program is open to women who are:

  1. In their 3rd year of a full-time 4-year engineering course in Computer Science or related branches (IT, software engineering, etc.).
  2. In their 2nd year of a full-time 4-year engineering course in Computer Science or related branches (IT, software engineering, etc.).

Application Link: here

11. Walmart SparkTech Showcase

As part of the Converge conference, SparkTech Showcase is a tech challenge where students and early-stage start-ups can submit their solutions across five broad themes.

For more info about the themes: here

Eligibility:

  1. Any engineering college student in India with an amazing idea that they are looking to showcase (teams of 2-4)
  2. Any India-based unfunded/early-stage/angel/seed-funded startup

Timelines:

  • Registrations open – July 9, 2021
  • Last day to register – July 30, 2021
  • Top six finalists announcements – August 6, 2021
  • Grand finale of SparkTech Showcase – August 26, 2021

Application Link: here

12. Github Campus Experts

Campus Experts are student leaders that strive to build diverse and inclusive spaces to learn skills, share their experiences, and build projects together. They can be found across the globe leading in-person and online conferences, meetups, and hackathons, and maintaining open source projects.

Eligibility:

  1. Be at least 18 years of age.
  2. Validate your student status through the GitHub Student Developer Pack.
  3. Be enrolled in a post-secondary formal education institution.
  4. Be a GitHub user for at least six months.
  5. Not be enrolled in the GitHub Campus Advisors Program.

Application Link: here

For more such opportunities, check out this repository by Deepak Kumar, 

who is a Software Engineer at Airmeet.

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