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Jul 3 / Susan Crowley

Computech Corporation Looking for WSU Juniors & Seniors for Careers In Computer Programming

6C stands for “Computech Corporation’s Cool College Coder Challenge.”

Now say that six times! (Note: We tried and it wasn’t pretty ergo the 6C Program for short.)

The 6C Program is an ongoing jobs initiative for Computech Corporation’s Midtown Detroit location. It offers employment to tech-savvy college students who are interested in a computer programming career. While at Computech, our cool college coders will work on idea generation for multi-platform application design, mobile apps, and coding.

What Makes It Cool?

•Hands on experience with seasoned professionals and mentors
•Exposure to “real-world” software development
•Opportunity to learn the IT industry
•Develop apps for Android, iPhone, iPad and Windows 7
•Flexible work schedules
•Cool atmosphere, convenient location, and free parking
•Earn $$ while attending school
•Potential classroom credit
•All majors welcomed—programming ability & willingness to learn is all that’s needed
•An official 6C Program “D” Coder t-shirt
•And of course YOU!

Your ideas, your thoughts, and your enthusiasm for technology complete the code for a cool opportunity.


Who Should Apply?

Students Interested In:

•Computer Programming
•Mobile App Design
•Software Development


What Will You Need?

•Be a college student or recent graduate [Preference to juniors and seniors]
•Tech-savvy swag
•Problem solving skills
•Programming ability
•Willingness to learn
•Desire for success


What Will You Do?

•Multi-Platform Application Development
•Code Design, Development & Management
•Mobile, Portable, & Handheld Apps
•Programming Languages, Libraries & Compilers
•Web, Internet & Network Technologies
•Content Management
•Game Development
•Business Database

*Qualifications: Must be currently enrolled in college courses or a recent graduate (1-2 years)

Must have at least 12 semester credits in Java and/or C++ or at least 1-2 years of previous programming experience.

Any students interested can send their resume to