Sun Microsystems, Inc. is launching a new initiative – Sun Campus Ambassador Program – to promote Sun’s technology and development tools to academic developers.
Sun is looking for graduate or senior level students with a strong background in software development/programming as Sun Campus Ambassadors. The Campus Ambassadors will work in conjunction with the Global Education and Research team at Sun to drive adoption of Sun’s platforms (OpenSolaris and Java) and development tools among Academic Developers (students, faculty, researchers and IT development communities). Sun will provide extensive training to the Campus Ambassadors on Sun technologies, including OpenSolaris, Java, Netbeans, and Sun Studio. The Campus Ambassadors would work approximately 80 hours per semester to promote Sun technology and development tools.
- An opportunity to gain valuable training, experience and industry insight
- An opportunity to exercise your communication skills.
- An opportunity to improve your organizing abilities.
- Income on hourly basis
- Lead the Sun developer community on your campus
- Run Sun Technology demo sessions on your campus
- Promote Sun training events on your campus
- Promoting programming competitions
- Customize activities for each campus in conjunction with the local Sun team.
- Promote Sun’s platforms and development tools to professors and researchers
- Proficient in the Java programming language
- Interest and experience with Solaris
- Good command of English in writing,reading and speaking
- Excellent communication skills.
- Comfortable and confident with public speaking
- Self-motivated, highly organized and can work independently.
- Experience of organizing activities.
- Experience with Solaris, Sun Studio, Java, NetBeans.
- Major in Computer Engineering/Science.
- Graduate student.
To Send a Resume:
Anyone who’s interested in the position, please send resume to