The incredible body of volunteers led by SC21 Students@SC Chair Jay Lofstead encompasses 85 committee members! Students@SC has selected 164 students to participate across a variety of programs both in-person and remotely. Representing 22 countries, this diverse and international group will benefit from 40 mentors and 46 speakers that will share their time and knowledge. Watch the video for more metrics!
Are you a student interested in HPC and looking for career guidance, input on your résumé, or advice from mentors? The Students@SC program offers these opportunities and so much more! Here below are some highlights from this year’s program, but be sure to check out the complete schedule of events, sessions, and workshops!
Interview Skills & Résumé Help
- Meet Emily Belli to review your résumé and practice your interview skills. She will be available three times a day starting Monday morning through Thursday morning.
- Meet mentors during the Speed Mentoring session on Tuesday from 3-5 pm CST in Room 100-101.
- Learn all about presentation and communications skills on Monday from 11:15 am–1:15pm CST, and then practice those skills during Lightening Talks open to students but all are encouraged to view!
- Join forums about career opportunities in HPC daily from 10 am and 11:15 am CST. Conversations include themes ranging from Careers in HPC and Career Development in HPC to Addressing Challenges in HPC Careers.
Inclusivity & Workspace Tools
HPC Deep Dive
- Get a grasp on Cluster System Administration for Non-Sysadmins? or Reproducibility and Day-to-Day Software Development and Research. Daily sessions on diverse themes will be presented!
Guided Interest Groups
Guided Interest Groups (GIGs) are community learning experiences where SCALE participants shepherd interested students through the SC technical program.
At SC, we’re eager to reach out to the next generation of high performance computing (HPC) professionals! We’ve gathered resources to help students understand the possibilities in the field of HPC, and also to help teachers explain and explore HPC in their classrooms.
Christine Baissac-Hayden, SC21 Students@SC Communications Liaison
Christine Baissac-Hayden created Easy English 4 All, which provides multilingual communication tools for clients from diverse backgrounds in the renewable energy, medical, defense, marine science, and film industries. Easy English 4 All provides English as a Second Language (ESL), French, Spanish and Japanese tutoring from certified native-speaking teachers and organizes international student exchanges with personalized objectives and goals.