Alameda County ITD
an 3-year internship working as a Software Engineering intern
🗓️ June 2014 - June 2016
As a rising sophomore, I was an intern at the Alameda County IT Department. Over the period of 3 months, I redesigned the six-year-old Alameda County’s Women’s Hall of Fame website from the ground up. I began by interviewing the board of the Women’s Hall of Fame and incorporated their feedback into the new website. After months of hard work and countless drafts, I presented the final version of the website design to the CIO and the County Administrator. I had never been so nervous.
On the heels of a successful deployment, I was given another opportunity the following spring to work on an app that helps prevent human trafficking. I also assisted in gathering, analyzing and organizing data for the majority of their new projects and go-live activities.
worked on the county’s Human Trafficking App and organized data for the majority of their new projects.
structured a complete re-design of the Alameda County’s Women’s Hall of Fame Website from the ground up.
improved the department’s use of sharepoint and did data testing for their new shuttle app. On the more creative side, I created presentations and introduction videos for the interns.