The ETC hires one to two Graduate Assistants from the Department of Computing each year. They work on real-world projects and get extensive experience in developing software systems. Our GAs are required to work 20 hours a week and like all ETSU GAs, they receive a stipend. For more information about graduate assistantships, please go to the Department of Computing web site. If you have software development experience, are a self-starter and hard worker, please contact us.
All of our Graduate Assistants have gone on to good jobs in industry after completing their Masters degree and work with the ETC. Some of those companies include Siemens, Shutterfly, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Mountain States Health Alliance, Scripps Network and more.