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ACM Club Starts Year Strong

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The first ACM club of the year was well attended by both returning and new students. Perhaps it was the free pizza that got the 25 members to attend the first meeting of the year on September 9th. The members discussed the upcoming Homecoming events, including the bed race (they placed 2nd this year!), royalty, and the Race to the M. Other activities they discussed were LAN Parties, Competitive Programming practices and competitions, and a spring industry trip.

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CSCI 191 CodeMontana: Intro to CS course

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Nao studentsMontana Tech is partnering with CodeMontana to offer college credits for completing their online curriculum through the CodeHS program. Like other college courses, these credits may transfer to other universities in Montana and in the country, possibly as an entry-level programming course depending on your major. 

Juniors and seniors in high school have the opportunity to apply for the 3-credit course for a tuition fee of $148.74. The course will be offered in the fall and spring semesters at Montana Tech, and is an online course using the CodeMontana curriculum while utilizing a Montana Tech instructor for help and to grade the exercises.  To sign up for the course, register for CodeMontana, then complete the 2014-2015 Jump Start form at http://institute.mtech.edu/jump-start/ and register as an early “college-credit-only” course.  More specific information can be found at that site. A press release about the course is also available.

By completing 100% of the course, students with an ACT Math score of 24 or higher will also qualify for a $4000 CodeMontana Scholarship to study computer science or software engineering at Montana Tech.

 

2014 Internships

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Many of our students have once again lined up impressivse internships. Check back in the fall for a report on how the internships went.

Jake Jones - Amazon, Seattle

Haythem Memmi - Cisco, San Jose

Ben Butcher - Computers Unlimited, Billilngs

Adam Cass - EchoStar, Denver

Scott Fleener - EchoStar, Denver

Justin Emge - Cobalt, Seattle

Garrett Brown - National Center for Health Care Informatics, Butte

 

Jakon Game Video

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Seniors Jake Jones and Jon Wareham have developed several games as class projects over the last couple of years. Jon put together a short video of them for our new video system displaying faculty and student projects in the Museum Lab.

 


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