ACM Internship Program
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The ACM Internship program is a program that facilitates the transition of UCLA students to ACM officers. Interns learn about the ACM committee they are interning for and ACM in general before becoming an official ACM officer.
Click on the different ACM subcommittee icons in order to learn more about what interns in each committee do and scroll down to find more information on how you can apply to the Internship Program.
What do we do?
With ACM being such a large organization, board serves to hold the club together. We plan club-wide events like general meeting in Fall and serve the committees by taking care of club-wide logistics
- Operations creates ACM-wide events and upkeeps ACM resources
- Internal Affairs maintains the culture of ACM by hosting events for all officers
- Dev Team upholds projects taken over the course of the year by ACM
- Impact focuses on spreading awareness to the ACM community about the social impact of Technology/Computer Science
- External Affairs creates events between company affiliates and the general ACM community
- Finance handles finances within ACM at UCLA
- Alumni is responsible for creating alumni events and managing the alumni network to improve our current relations with past ACM at UCLA officers.
- Marketing handles social media platforms and communicate with committees as needed.
- Moonshots handles bold, new initiatives for ACM to take on; past examples include Impact and JEDI!
What will interns do?
- Operations Interns will lead important all-ACM events such as Winter GM.
- Internal Affairs interns will organize fun socials across committees.
- The Dev team interns will maintain existing ACM projects and add features.
- Dev Team interns will also build new ACM infrastructure and projects for the CS community
- The Impact interns will plan Impact events and help out with the blog
- JEDI interns will organize events, work on projects and conduct culture survey.
- External Affairs interns will plan out events like company tours and info-sessions
- Finance interns will draft finance requests and secure funding for events
- Alumni intern will organize panels and alumni social media groups.
- Marketing interns will advertise general ACM events and maintain our online presence.
- Photography interns will record memories of our events, and take headshots.
- Transfer Affairs Intern will coordinate events to engage the transfer community at UCLA.
Winter General Meeting
Application Form is Open
Official ACM Onboarding
Come learn about the different ACM committees!
Fill out the application form for as many committees as you want!
Submit your application by 11:59 pm
A handful of applicants will be chosen for an interview with the committee(s) you applied to
Hear back via Email what committee(s) accepted you
Learn what you need to know as an ACM Intern
Intern to Officer Transition
Learn more about each committee's transition process!
Hear from past interns!
What is your favorite memory from being an intern?Accidentally breaking tables at the intern retreat
How much CS experience did you have before you became an intern?Not much - I took AP CS in high school and didn’t learn a ton, and when I applied to be an intern I was taking CS 31.
Are you still an officer in ACM? If so, in what Committee?Yes! I’m the director of ACM Impact!
What advice would you give to prospective interns?Try to maximize the amount of rejections you get - try everything!
- Maya Raman
AI intern, 2019-2020
What is your favorite memory from being an intern?My favorite memory is the first meeting we had for the learning lab I was working on. At the time, it seemed really scary to be thrown into a project with not a lot of experience, but looking back on it I’m proud of how much I learned since then.
How much CS experience did you have before you became an intern?I only knew basic programming (CS31) level when I became an intern.
Are you still an officer in ACM? If so, in what Committee?Yes, I’m the design director for TeachLA and I’m also getting involved in Design starting fall!
What advice would you give to prospective interns?If you’re on the fence about applying because you think you don’t have enough experience or you don’t feel like you belong in CS culture, I would give it a shot anyways! You might surprise yourself.
- Archisha Datta
Teach LA intern, 2020-2021