Are you looking for a paid internship or a full-time job with a growing company?

Are you a Computer Science, Computer Information System, Physics, Math or Related Major?

Digi-Key Electronics will be doing virtual interviews for their attached Software Engineer Internships and Full-Time Software Engineer positions on Friday, October 30 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

The application deadline for these positions is Tuesday, October 27.

Students and alumni can view these positions and apply through DragonJobs.

Here are some additional details about these opportunities.

Software Engineer Intern
– $26.00 / hour
– 4 days paid vacation
– Minimum 12-week commitment over summer.
– $250 monthly housing stipend

Full-Time Software Engineer
– $71,000 starting salary
– Flexible PTO
– AWESOME health insurance
– Dental/Vision
– 401k/Profit Share
– Education reimbursement

In addition, Digi-Key Electronics will also be doing a Virtual Information Session via Webex on Thursday, October 29 from 4 to 5:30 p.m.

Here is the Webex meeting link for this information session: https://digikey.webex.com/digikey/j.php?MTID=mda563ec4ea34b77d99fd660c9c427c12

Please join us for this session to learn more about this Company and its opportunities.

Who is Digi-Key? Digi-Key is headquartered in Thief River Falls, Minnesota and is one of the fastest-growing distributors of electronic components in the world. Since its founding in 1972, Digi-Key has been committed to offering the broadest selection of in-stock electronic components, as well as providing the best service possible to its customers, aiding engineers through the entire design process, from Prototype to Production®. This has led the company to be highly ranked year after year in industry surveys, in North America as well as Europe and Asia, in categories covering such facets of business as availability of product, on-time delivery, responsiveness to problems, overall performance, engineer-friendly website and more. Digi-Key top rankings in so many categories prove that they are customer-driven. Their service and support systems have been specifically designed to respond to the needs of our customers. These systems are continually reviewed and modified to respond to changes as they work to achieve the “ultimate” level of customer service. To find out more about this company please visit their website: www.digikey.com

They are looking to speak to students in the following majors: Computer Science, Computer Information System, Physics, Math or related majors.

Please contact Jami Crummy at jami.crummy@mnstate.edu or Austin Tadman, Software Engineer with Digi-Key Electronics at austin.tadman@digikey.com or 218.681.8000 ext. 12971 if you have questions.