We pride ourselves on keeping industry involved with the program through a wide variety of engagement activities tailored to the goals of individual industry members and their organizations, while developing the professional skills of our students. Here are some of the many ways you can get involved:
Job Postings: Refer open positions for jobs and/or internships.
Onsite Recruiting: Interview students on campus.
Facility Tours: Host a student/student groups for company tours or other onsite activities.
North Seattle Tech Talks: Attend, present, or sponsor one of our Tech Talks.
Career Fairs: Participate in our STEM Career Fair and/or other career fairs at North Seattle College.
Practicum Projects: Engage a team of students to develop a web, mobile, cloud computing, or data science project that address the needs of your organization. Your organization does not need to be in the tech industry to participate. You can learn more about Practicum Projects here.
Advisory Board: Help us determine the direction of our program with curriculum advising and program decision-making. You can learn more about our Advisory Board here.
Technical Lectures & Teaching: Give a lecture to one of our classes, or teach one!
Mentoring: Work with a student on a one-on-one basis.
Mock Interviews: Help students get ready for their next interview through in-class training, workshops, and one-on-one interview preparation.
Internships: Provide a student with a real-world learning opportunity. You will gain an enthusiastic team member.
Benefits: The many benefits to collaborating with our program, including: access to a diverse pool of technical workers and the opportunity to influence the skills of the future workforce through curriculum advising. See our testimonials.
Questions? Contact us!
For more information, please contact our Technical Employment Manager, Steve Balo, at Steven.Balo@seattlecolleges.edu or 206.934.7022 OR you can contact our Director for Technology Bachelor Degree programs, Michelle Melero, at Michelle.Melero@seattlecolleges.edu or 206.934.7025