Tech Opportunities

This page contains information about ways in which you can engage in the tech field. Whether you are an information systems major, CS major/minor, Arts Tech major, Data Science major, or are pursuing one of Millikin’s certificates, there are plenty of ways to gain real-world experience outside of the classroom. Check out the opportunities listed below and feel free to reach out to me by email or catching me in the hallway to discuss these further.

Common Questions


  • The Girl Scouts are hosting a Robot Takeover Night on Friday, March 29 from 7:30-8:30 for 6th – 12th graders. They are looking for student mentors during this event. Let RJ know if you are interested in attending.


  • Professor Ed Weber and/or Professor RJ Podeschi will plan on taking a team from a client consulting project to the annual Ball State I.S. Project and Case Competition in Muncie, Indiana April 12 – 14. Student teams wanting to compete in just the case competition are welcome as well.
  • Interested in competing in database design, Microsoft Office, system analysis, or cyber security? Consider the USITCC Competition in Galveston, TX from April 4-6. There will be a cost involved, but there may be funds to help offset your expenses. Talk to RJ if you are interested in this travel and competition opportunity.

Campus Opportunities

  • Interested in video games? There is a new registered student organization on campus that has just formed.
  • What do you want to see for outside-of-class opportunities? Speakers? Alums? An evening hackathon on some specific topic/problem? Let Professor Ed Weber or Professor RJ Podeschi know.

Summer Opportunities and Internships

Projects and Full-time Jobs

  • Check out my Twitter feed for job postings.
  • Sloan Implement in Assumption, IL is seeking a full-time person for web development, basic programming, and writing SQL reports.
  • Anthem Press is looking to set up an artificial intelligence incubator initiative in Seattle. Looking to find a paid intern. Person will work remotely and should be a quick learner, self-starter, proactive, excellent researcher and communicator.
  • A graduate is working on converting a soccer program from Excel to the web. Looking for JavaScript and/or Python experience. Pay likely.
  • The Millikin Marketing department is looking for student workers/interns for web development to work on the Millikin website. Experience with HTML and CSS is preferred.
  • A direct mail and marketing firm in town is looking for someone to learn how to send and prepare files for digital output for print mailings.
  • Millikin’s IT department is looking for part-time student workers in the IT Help Desk.
  • Full-time entry level IT positions at Bayer/Monsanto in St. Louis or other locations.
  • Full-time entry level IT positions as well as summer internship positions at ADM. Go to Job Fair on February 27 to learn more