I’m not in computer science, how can I get prepared for a tech internship?

Hour of Code event

Polish the technical skills you do have. Regardless of whether you are a CS major or not, you’ll need to be able to demonstrate your abilities in a technical interview. Every student should spend time practicing (perhaps short sessions several …

By Catherine Basl
Catherine Basl Career Counselor Catherine Basl
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Preparing for a job in data science

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Considering a career in data science? Get prepared!

Hone your technical skills

Get good at one language (Java or R or Python or something else) and then try out additional ones
Get your code out and posted whether on GitHub …

By Catherine Basl
Catherine Basl Career Counselor Catherine Basl
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Data science employers visiting UW

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Interested in data science? Four different employers are coming to UW Seattle in November to talk about data science opportunities with their organizations. If you’re interested in attending, don’t forget to RSVP through HuskyJobs! While not required, submitting an RSVP …

By Jessie Smith
Jessie Smith Assistant Director of Employer Relations Jessie Smith
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Careers in tech for non-tech people

Cassady Glass Hastings, undergraduate instructor at the college of education

On Wednesday, October 12th we hosted four excellent panelists from HTC, T-Mobile, Expedia, and Tableau who shared their tips for landing a job in technology…even if you aren’t a computer programmer. You’ll find highlights and insights from the panel below. …

By Catherine Basl
Catherine Basl Career Counselor Catherine Basl
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International Opportunities (via Microsoft)

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Students often mention to me in career advising appointments how great it would be to “travel” as a part of their job or career, to work for a global company, to have work and life adventures beyond our grand state …

By Patrick Chidsey
Patrick Chidsey Associate Director Patrick Chidsey
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