A CS internship can take you down a lot of different paths, often depending on what type of programming languages you currently use and which you want to learn. Whether you are a front end coder, using Java and CSS, a back-end coder who currently works with Python, or IOT, or a mobile developer who knows how to build on either the Android or the iPhone platform, there are a lot of ways you can make an impact at companies of various sizes. Chances are, by holding an internship in computer science, you’ll be working with several of these languages and learning the intricacies of each from veterans with plenty of experience in the field. The really exciting thing about a computer science internship is the range of different companies to work for. Whether it’s a small startup, that needs extra hands to help push new code daily, or a large non-profit that needs a tech savvy student to build new site features, your skills will be in high demand during your computer science internship and there will be no shortage of challenges or learning experiences. One of the other great aspects of being a computer science major is that your skills are in high demand.
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