The Software Engineering Club strives to expose beginner Computer Science students to practical software development technologies and concepts they will not learn or be exposed to in their first or second year. These are technologies and skills that are heavily used in the industry and the real world, but not taught in classes. This can benefit the student to get involved with other clubs, hackathons, get a part time internship doing development work, enable them to succeed in interviews, secure summer internships and full time roles, and expand their breadth of knowledge as a developer. We also connect students with software companies through networking events and workshops/tutorials put on by companies. Feel free to contact any of the officers below for any questions or concerns.
We expose a diverse body of Computer Science students to emerging technologies and concepts employed by the software development industry, encouraging the development of skills through a highly collaborative, project-based approach. This jump-starts our members’ careers by reinforcing their preparedness for technical interviews, internships, jobs, hackathons, and personal projects.
The University of Florida (UF) community recognizes our impact. With 2,254 Facebook group members, 181 active members on Slack and 119 students in attendance of this year’s first general body meeting, we have documented expansive reach among the range of Computer Science students at the UF.
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