Student Internship/Co-op Program
Are you ready to trade in your text books for some real-life industry experience? Feeling held back and pinched for time with a full class schedule?
Not to worry. We got you.
enLabel Global Services is currently providing undergraduate and graduate student employment opportunities with flexible work hours, available 24x7.
We have several hourly openings in computer science, working up to 30 hours a week, on various internal and client projects.
We are looking for passionate self-starters to participate in the full life cycle application development in the Microsoft Windows environment.
You will be assigned to work on 2 to 3 month end-to-end projects, participating in requirement gathering, analysis, coding, testing, and deployment of software solutions.
Let’s do this.
We run an exciting business with extraordinary people who share one common goal: To be the world’s leader in Integrated Packaging Management.
Our team members are experts in developing world class software products and providing the highest level of services. We don’t mess around.
If you are a high-energy, motivated and bright-minded computer science student, then you should definitely join our winning team.
Located in Boston’s historic North End, our corporate headquarters provides easy access to MBTA services, a myriad of respectable eateries, and fantastic waterfront views.
Oh, and we can’t forget to mention our fully-loaded rec room, which is decked out in Boston sports décor, and features a highly-competitive ping pong area… with a side of foosball.
So, what are you waiting for? Apply now!
Software Developer, MS MFC C++, .net
We have several hourly openings for undergrad or graduate student in computer science, working up to 30 hours a week, on various internal and client projects, using MS MFC and C++ software development stacks.
Software Developer, MS C#, .net
We have several hourly openings for undergrad or graduate student in computer science, working up to 30 hours a week, on various internal and client projects, using the full .NET and C# software development stacks.