Nick Schoeb


Core Competencies: Software engineering, mobile applications, and data collection systems.

Educational Background and Experience: Towson University: MS, Computer Science – Software Engineering; Towson University: BM, Music – Composition and Theory.

Over 15 years of experience in software engineering supporting web, desktop, and mobile applications, discrete event simulations, 2D/3D/VR/AR serious games, as well as data collection and analysis systems reporting.

Work Focus: Primarily mobile and web applications for data collection and analysis systems reporting.

Daily Work Activities: Designing and implementing data collection systems for web and mobile applications and exploring and evaluating open source tools for integration into systems.

Primary Project at the Current Time: The U.S. Department of Labor’s (DOL) Bureau of International Labor Affairs Child Labor Beneficiary Monitoring Toolkit.

Three Projects that Demonstrate My Skill Set: (1) Mobile Child Labor Participant Monitoring Application, (2) The DOL Job Corps Enrollment System Support, (3) Integrating Metabase into the ASCEND KIT.