Career Management Services provides career and job search services to Florida Institute of Technology students and alumni. Our mission is to help students in the development of career plans and job search skills. Career Management Services acts as a liaison among Florida Tech students, alumni, faculty, staff and employers.
Career Management Services is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday (except holidays) and is located in Room 307 of the Florida Tech Commons Building.
Our office provides a variety of services to our students. On our main campus we provide:
- Resume Reviews
- Job Search Assistance
- Interview Skills
- Career Fairs
- Special Career Events & Workshops
For online students we provide:
- Email based resume reviews
- Job Search Resources
- Online Networking
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Solar Observation NSF Funded REU
Major/Minor: Space Sciences: Earth, Solar & Planetary Sciences
Employer: University of Alabama, Huntsville- Center for Space Plasma & Aeronomic Research
Location: Huntsville, Alabama
Duration: May-August 2012
Personal Story: I received an email from Dr. Joseph Dwyer about heliophysics research in Huntsville, Alabama. I immediately filled out the application and asked Dr. Dwyer and Dr. Daniel Batcheldor for recommendation letters. Once I was accepted and went to Huntsville, my adviser, Dr. Amy Winebarger and her post-doctoral assistant Dr. Fana Mulu-Moore and research assistant Samaiyah Farid assigned my project which was to help create an automatic detection program to map coronal loops on the Sun using Interactive Data Language (IDL). I used data from the Atmospheric Imaging Assembly (AIA) on the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) for my research.
The research group is sending me to San Francisco in December for the American Geophysical Union Meeting where I am presenting my research, “The Automatic Detection of Coronal Loops from SDO-AIA Data.”
- Using the Solar Dynamics Observatory- Atmospheric Imaging Assembly
- Coding in Linux
- Coding in IDL
- Creating video with IDL