The NYC Turing Fellows Program officially launched today, to match computer science and engineering students from top universities with New York City startups for paid summer internships.
The program — started by partners from Canaan Ventures and GSA Venture Partners — has lined up an all-star group of startups at which to place these students, including Foursquare, SecondMarket, Tumblr, and AppNexus.
In addition to the internship, fellows will have access to a series of events and speakers over the course of the summer, and will receive a $5000 scholarship. Applications for the program open Monday, and are available here.
A similar program, HackNY, launched last summer, but with the desperate need for engineering talent at New York startups, there’s still plenty of room for more help.
Here’s a list of participating startups. (Disclosure: It includes this publication):
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