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Students at CASS work directly with a professional mentor and engage in all aspects of software engineering and DevOps.

Clients include the Apache Software Foundation, the Linux Foundation, the Oregon Department of Transportation and Fortune 100 companies.


Student positions are 20 hours a week year-round, typically for two or more years, allowing students to continue taking classes while gaining real-world experience working with clients.

  • Students participate in all phases of a project, including application design, development, testing, delivery, hosting, and support of industrial strength applications.
  • Professional staff provides ongoing mentoring in software development, testing, and system administration best practices.
  • Students interact directly with clients to experience the business side of software engineering and application hosting.

Photo of students in CASS t-shirts in officePositions

  • developers
  • student systems engineers
  • systems development engineers
  • test engineers

Search here to check for open positions.

For Current Student Employees:

  • CASS Student Employee Handbook: Click here to open the Handbook
  • CASS Media Model Release Form: Click here to open the form

Student Stories

Working on real-world software and DevOps projects not only gives our students a great opportunity to use, understand and contribute to new technologies, but also puts their work out in the open where it can be seen and appreciated by users, developers and potential employers. For an idea of some of impact CASS student employees have been making, check out our student stories or go to our alumni page.