Students in the MS in Technology Innovation program have exclusive access to curated programming and services, including an industry-based mentor network, critical resume building support, and access to internships in local startups and big tech companies.


Internships in Technology

Expand your marketability by building diverse experiences. This year, 85% of our students secured internships and research positions with companies and academic leaders such as Adobe, Microsoft, Amazon, and many others.


Services +

Access career and job search support and relevant information during and after your MSTI journey so you feel empowered, supported and informed when advancing in technology innovation.


Career + Mentor Events

Expand your network and gain insider strategies and connections through engaging in frequent in-person large and small events at the University of Washington’s Global Innovation Exchange.

Key Benefits

Career Support

Access the assistance you need through career staff who are dedicated full-time to the MS in Technology Innovation program, providing 1x1 career coaching, practice interviews, career and networking events, workshops, panels, guest speakers, career seminars, and curated job and internship postings.

Internship Success

MS in Technology Innovation students have found success working as interns for many leading companies such as HP, Tencent, TikTok, AI2, SAP, and Dell, in addition to AI, AR/VR and robotics startups. Common job roles include product manager, software engineer and UX designer.

Industry Connections

Engage with industry leaders through our dynamic mentor network with more than 90 active mentors working at top employers, including Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, T-Mobile, AWS, Google, SAP, Meta, and elsewhere. You will also have opportunities to collaborate with technical experts during your six-month capstone projects and to network with a broad range of tech-focused professionals at events hosted by the Global Innovation Exchange.

UW Network

Benefit from the vast University of Washington career-support ecosystem by staying updated about career and recruiting events, professional development opportunities, competitions and resources relevant to engineering, business and design.

Working on design and business projects helped me to understand the roles of other employees at my company, including what they do and what goals they are trying to achieve.

James Muir (UW MSTI 2021) Software Engineer (Embedded Satalites), Amazon

Learn More About Career Services

If you are interested in learning more about the range of career services available to you as a student in the MS in Technology Innovation program, please contact:

Patrick Chidsey
Assistant Director of Career Services & Industry Engagement
Global Innovation Exchange
University of Washington

Email Patrick