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There are many internship opportunities available to CLMA students. This page presents a list of such opportunities. Students should work with faculty to contact potential employers.
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 Other potential internships include:

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Internships

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The following is a list of firms that we have contacted regarding internship opportunities, and each has indicated that they either have internships planned for next summer or are seriously considering them. Most have an application process, and we recommend consulting with Emily, Fei or Will prior to applying. (This list does not represent the complete list of all firms that we have contacted, but those who have responded and expressed a reasonably strong interest in accepting interns from the UW CLMA. Additional leads are being pursued.)
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There are many internship opportunities available to CLMA students. This page presents a list of such opportunities. Students should work with faculty to contact potential employers.

Other potential internships include:

  • Ask.com
  • Yahoo!
  • Evolve24
  • Language Technologies
 
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Firm Location Deadline Contact Other info
Google   February Franz Och(MT), Dekang Lin(NLP) http://www.google.com/jobs/students.html
interns-2006@google.com
Ask.com Oakland, CA     http://www.askcareers.com/askjeeves/jobboard/JobDetails.aspx?__ID=*EA8EFD230371E804
Inktomi       http://www.inktomi.com/
More information pending
Inquira Sunnyvale, CA   Karin Golde http://www.inquira.com/
More information pending
Natural Interaction Systems Seattle March 20th Sharon Oviatt oviatt@csee.ogi.edu
Linguistics Internship in Human Interfaces
Evolve24     Nha Hoang Analysis of news feeds, blogosphere for business consulting
Language Technologies Tucson, AZ   Lee Berendt http://www.lngtek.com/
Microsoft Redmond, WA Jan/Feb Mike Calcagno http://www.microsoft.com/college/ip_overview.mspx
Examples (Recent Internships)
Two groups of interest: 1. MSN Search
2. Speech and Natural Language (Mike's)
PARC Palo Alto, CA February Tracy King http://www.parc.com/contact/employment/graduate.php
Examples (Internships from last summer)
PriceWaterhouseCoopers San Jose CA Nov?   See email to clma-students

Some notes

  • Internships are an optional part of the curriculum of the UW CLMA program. Although we strongly encourage you to apply for one or more internships, internships cannot be guaranteed.

  • You are not required to seek internships from only these companies. If you know of other interesting opportunities, by all means pursue them.

  • RAships within other departments can serve an internship role. Feel free to network with researchers in CSE and related departments.

  • Your internship should result in work relevant to your thesis. Thus, the work you do should be relevant to your research agenda, and must be significant enough to be the topic of a thesis.

  • Be aware, Intellectual Property (IP) issues can affect what work you do or what work you can report in your thesis. Some firms have clear vetting procedures for this. It's important that you clarify in advance what IP issues are relevant to whatever project you'll be working on. You don't want to be precluded from reporting the work you do in your thesis!

  • What's required for your CLMA is a thesis, not an internship. You can do a thesis without an internship, and an internship topic does not have to be related to your thesis topic (although we strongly encourage you to combine them, more for your sanity than anything!).

  • The Center for Career Services on campus should have useful information about writing resumes, interviewing, negotiating salary, etc.

-- WilliamLewis - 07 Nov 2005

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2. Speech and Natural Language (Mike's)
PARC Palo Alto, CA February Tracy King http://www.parc.com/contact/employment/graduate.php
Examples (Internships from last summer)
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PriceWaterhouseCoopers San Jose CA Nov?   See email to clma-students
 

Some notes

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 The following is a list of firms that we have contacted regarding internship opportunities, and each has indicated that they either have internships planned for next summer or are seriously considering them. Most have an application process, and we recommend consulting with Emily, Fei or Will prior to applying. (This list does not represent the complete list of all firms that we have contacted, but those who have responded and expressed a reasonably strong interest in accepting interns from the UW CLMA. Additional leads are being pursued.)
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Choicemaker Technologies July 1st, 2006   http://www.choicemaker.com
New York City $800/week
Google February Franz Och(MT), Dekang Lin(NLP) http://www.google.com/jobs/students.html
interns-2006@google.com
Inktomi     http://www.inktomi.com/
More information pending
Inquira   Karin Golde http://www.inquira.com/
Sunnyvale, CA More information pending
Natural Interaction Systems March 20th Sharon Oviatt oviatt@csee.ogi.edu
Seattle Linguistics Internship in Human Interfaces
Evolve24   Nha Hoang Analysis of news feeds, blogosphere for business consulting
Language Technologies   Lee Berendt http://www.lngtek.com/
Tucson, AZ  
Microsoft, Redmond, WA Jan/Feb Mike Calcagno http://www.microsoft.com/college/ip_overview.mspx
Examples (Recent Internships)
Two groups of interest: 1. MSN Search
2. Speech and Natural Language (Mike's)
PARC February Tracy King http://www.parc.com/contact/employment/graduate.php
Palo Alto, CA Examples (Internships from last summer)
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Firm Location Deadline Contact Other info
Google   February Franz Och(MT), Dekang Lin(NLP) http://www.google.com/jobs/students.html
interns-2006@google.com
Ask.com Oakland, CA     http://www.askcareers.com/askjeeves/jobboard/JobDetails.aspx?__ID=*EA8EFD230371E804
Inktomi       http://www.inktomi.com/
More information pending
Inquira Sunnyvale, CA   Karin Golde http://www.inquira.com/
More information pending
Natural Interaction Systems Seattle March 20th Sharon Oviatt oviatt@csee.ogi.edu
Linguistics Internship in Human Interfaces
Evolve24     Nha Hoang Analysis of news feeds, blogosphere for business consulting
Language Technologies Tucson, AZ   Lee Berendt http://www.lngtek.com/
Microsoft Redmond, WA Jan/Feb Mike Calcagno http://www.microsoft.com/college/ip_overview.mspx
Examples (Recent Internships)
Two groups of interest: 1. MSN Search
2. Speech and Natural Language (Mike's)
PARC Palo Alto, CA February Tracy King http://www.parc.com/contact/employment/graduate.php
Examples (Internships from last summer)
 

Some notes

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  • What's required for your CLMA is a thesis, not an internship. You can do a thesis without an internship, and an internship topic does not have to be related to your thesis topic (although we strongly encourage you to combine them, more for your sanity than anything!).
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Sunnyvale, CA More information pending
Natural Interaction Systems March 20th Sharon Oviatt oviatt@csee.ogi.edu
Seattle Linguistics Internship in Human Interfaces
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Evolve24   Nha Hoang Analysis of news feeds, blogosphere for business consulting
 
Language Technologies   Lee Berendt http://www.lngtek.com/
Tucson, AZ  
Microsoft, Redmond, WA Jan/Feb Mike Calcagno http://www.microsoft.com/college/ip_overview.mspx

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More information pending
Inquira   Karin Golde http://www.inquira.com/
Sunnyvale, CA More information pending
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Natural Interaction Systems March 20th Sharon Oviatt oviatt@csee.ogi.edu
Seattle Linguistics Internship in Human Interfaces
 
Language Technologies   Lee Berendt http://www.lngtek.com/
Tucson, AZ  
Microsoft, Redmond, WA Jan/Feb Mike Calcagno http://www.microsoft.com/college/ip_overview.mspx

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Choicemaker Technologies July 1st, 2006   http://www.choicemaker.com
New York City $800/week
 
Google February Franz Och(MT), Dekang Lin(NLP) http://www.google.com/jobs/students.html
interns-2006@google.com
Inktomi     http://www.inktomi.com/
More information pending
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Inquira, Sunnyvale, CA   Karin Golde http://www.inquira.com/
More information pending
Language Technologies, Tucson, AZ   Lee Berendt http://www.lngtek.com/
 
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Inquira   Karin Golde http://www.inquira.com/
Sunnyvale, CA More information pending
Language Technologies   Lee Berendt http://www.lngtek.com/
Tucson, AZ  
 
Microsoft, Redmond, WA Jan/Feb Mike Calcagno http://www.microsoft.com/college/ip_overview.mspx
Examples (Recent Internships)
Two groups of interest: 1. MSN Search
2. Speech and Natural Language (Mike's)
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PARC, Palo Alto, CA February Tracy King http://www.parc.com/contact/employment/graduate.php
Examples (Internships from last summer)
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PARC February Tracy King http://www.parc.com/contact/employment/graduate.php
Palo Alto, CA Examples (Internships from last summer)
 

Some notes

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The following is a list of firms that we have contacted regarding internship opportunities, and each has indicated that they either have internships planned for next summer or are seriously considering them. Most have an application process, and we recommend consulting with Emily, Fei or Will prior to applying. (This list does not represent the complete list of all firms that we have contacted, but those who have responded and expressed a reasonably strong interest in accepting interns from the UW CLMA. Additional leads are being pursued.)
 

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  • Internships are an optional part of the curriculum of the UW CLMA program. Although we strongly encourage you to apply for one or more internships, internships cannot be guaranteed.
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  • You are not required to seek internships from only these companies. If you know of other interesting opportunities, by all means pursue them.

  • RAships within other departments can serve an internship role. Feel free to network with researchers in CSE and related departments.

 
  • Your internship should result in work relevant to your thesis. Thus, the work you do should be relevant to your research agenda, and must be significant enough to be the topic of a thesis.

  • Be aware, Intellectual Property (IP) issues can affect what work you do or what work you can report in your thesis. Some firms have clear vetting procedures for this. It's important that you clarify in advance what IP issues are relevant to whatever project you'll be working on. You don't want to be precluded from reporting the work you do in your thesis!
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  • What's required for your CLMA is a thesis, not an internship. You can do a thesis without an internship, and an internship topic does not have to be related to your thesis topic (although we strongly encourage you to combine them, more for your sanity than anything!).
  -- WilliamLewis - 07 Nov 2005

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Language Technologies, Tucson, AZ   Lee Berendt http://www.lngtek.com/
 
Microsoft, Redmond, WA Jan/Feb Mike Calcagno http://www.microsoft.com/college/ip_overview.mspx
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Examples (Recent Internships)
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PARC, Palo Alto, CA February Tracy King http://www.parc.com/contact/employment/graduate.php
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  • Be aware, Intellectual Property (IP) issues can affect what work you do or what work you can report in your thesis. Some firms have clear vetting procedures for this. It's important that you clarify in advance what IP issues are relevant to whatever project you'll be working on. You don't want to be precluded from reporting the work you do in your thesis!
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The following is a list of firms that we have contacted regarding internship opportunities, and each has indicated that they either have internships planned for next summer or are seriously considering them. Most have an application process, and we recommend consulting with Fei or Will prior to applying.

Firm/Location Contact Deadline Other info
PARC, Palo Alto, CA Tracy King February http://www.parc.com/contact/employment/graduate.php
       
       
       
       
       
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Some notes

* Internships are an optional part of your curriculum in the UW CLMA program. Although we strongly encourage you to apply for one or more internships, we cannot guarantee that you will succeed.

* Your internship should result in work relevant to your thesis. Thus, the work you'll be doing should be relevant to your research agenda, and must be significant enough to be the topic of a thesis.

* Be aware, Intellectual Property (IP) issues can affect what work you do or what work you can report in your thesis. Some firms have clear vetting procedures for this. It's important that you clarify in advance what IP issues are relevant in whatever project you'll be working on. You don't want to be precluded from reporting the work you do in your thesis!

 
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Google February Franz Och(MT), Dekang Lin(NLP) http://www.google.com/jobs/students.html
interns-2006@google.com
Inktomi     http://www.inktomi.com/
More information pending
Inquira, Sunnyvale, CA   Karin Golde http://www.inquira.com/
More information pending
Language Technologies, Tucson, AZ   Lee Berendt http://www.lngtek.com/
 
Microsoft, Redmond, WA Jan/Feb Mike Calcagno http://www.microsoft.com/college/ip_overview.mspx
Two groups of interest:
1. MSN Search
2. Speech and Natural Language (Mike's)
PARC, Palo Alto, CA February Tracy King http://www.parc.com/contact/employment/graduate.php
 
 

Some notes

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* Be aware, Intellectual Property (IP) issues can affect what work you do or what work you can report in your thesis. Some firms have clear vetting procedures for this. It's important that you clarify in advance what IP issues are relevant in whatever project you'll be working on. You don't want to be precluded from reporting the work you do in your thesis!
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  • Be aware, Intellectual Property (IP) issues can affect what work you do or what work you can report in your thesis. Some firms have clear vetting procedures for this. It's important that you clarify in advance what IP issues are relevant to whatever project you'll be working on. You don't want to be precluded from reporting the work you do in your thesis!
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META TOPICPARENT name="WebHome"

Welcome to the CLMA Internship Page

*** Reminder: Internship meeting Monday, Nov. 7th, 6:00 p.m. in Thomson 334 ***

Internships

The following is a list of firms that we have contacted regarding internship opportunities, and each has indicated that they either have internships planned for next summer or are seriously considering them. Most have an application process, and we recommend consulting with Fei or Will prior to applying.

Firm/Location Contact Deadline Other info
PARC, Palo Alto, CA Tracy King February http://www.parc.com/contact/employment/graduate.php
       
       
       
       
       

Some notes

* Internships are an optional part of your curriculum in the UW CLMA program. Although we strongly encourage you to apply for one or more internships, we cannot guarantee that you will succeed.

* Your internship should result in work relevant to your thesis. Thus, the work you'll be doing should be relevant to your research agenda, and must be significant enough to be the topic of a thesis.

* Be aware, Intellectual Property (IP) issues can affect what work you do or what work you can report in your thesis. Some firms have clear vetting procedures for this. It's important that you clarify in advance what IP issues are relevant in whatever project you'll be working on. You don't want to be precluded from reporting the work you do in your thesis!

Some notes

* Internships are an optional part of your curriculum in the UW CLMA program. Although we strongly encourage you to apply for one or more internships, we cannot guarantee that you will succeed.

* Your internship should result in work relevant to your thesis. Thus, the work you'll be doing should be relevant to your research agenda, and must be significant enough to be the topic of a thesis.

* Be aware, Intellectual Property (IP) issues can affect what work you do or what work you can report in your thesis. Some firms have clear vetting procedures for this. It's important that you clarify in advance what IP issues are relevant in whatever project you'll be working on. You don't want to be precluded from reporting the work you do in your thesis!

-- WilliamLewis - 06 Nov 2005

 
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