The Data Incubator Training Program

September 28, 2015
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Are you a Math, Science, Engineering or Social Science grad student, and thinking about working outside of academia? The Data Incubator offers a 7 week fellowship to better educate scientists and engineers in how to work as data scientists. The program is geared to offering fellows additional training in software engineering, numerical computation, statistics, data visualization, as well as mentorships, networking and interview opportunities.

Successful applicants can work in New York, Washington, DC, San Franscisco or even online. Students with a variety of backgrounds can apply, as long as they have or are working on completing their Master's or PhD.

There is no cost to applicants, but the fellowship is unpaid and successful applicants would be responsible for their room and board if they do an in-person fellowship.

For more information, and to apply, please visit their website.

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