This is a mailing list used to allow employers and other organizations to reach CSC members and other interested students on an opt-in basis. Though messages to the list are moderated to reduce spam, the Computer Science Club does not necessarily endorse any of these organizations or their messages.
It is a one-way communication channel; if you are interested in the messages you should contact the sender via the email address or URL given. If you wish to discuss a message, you may do so in the uw.csc newsgroup.
If you have concerns about messages sent to csc-industry, you should contact the executive.
For more information on industry postings, see Industry Opportunities.
csc-industry Posting Guidelines
- The purpose of csc-industry is for posts that are not necessarily of general interest to club members and are usually industry related. This includes but is not limited to posts regarding:
- job postings
- information sessions
- recruiting sessions
- industry-sponsored events
- "wanted" ads
- csc-industry is an opt-in mailing list. Those wishing to post to the list will be told that the list is opt-in and may not necessarily include all CSC members.
- All information posted to csc-industry must be provided free-of-charge. Members should never have to pay to attend events or for information advertised on csc-industry.
Job postings, "wanted" ads, and similar postings should contain the following information:
- estimated length and start of work position
- type of work (co-op, full-time, other)
- company name
- recruiter/contact name and contact information
Event postings include but are not limited to information sessions, recruiting sessions, conferences, and workshops. Event postings should contain the following information:
- summary and purpose of event
- Other kinds of posts should contain enough information to not require further follow-up by members, and will be approved at the discretion of the executive.
- The Club executive have the final say in all posts made to csc-industry. Posts may be rejected with a request for modification, redirected to other mailing lists, rejected entirely, or otherwise managed at the sole discretion of the executive.