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Connecting Students Interested in Jobs in the
Technology Industry


What is the Tech Career Pathways Program?

TSIA’s Tech Career Pathways program connects diverse students who are early in their academic career, to job opportunities in the technology industry.

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Learn How to Get Involved in Tech Career Pathways

TSIA is partnered with institutions of higher education to support our goal to connect diverse students in their early academic career, to job opportunities in the tech industry.

As a member of this program, students are hired as interns with TSIA to learn about the various tech careers, and necessary skills to position their own career into a high-tech organization.

Students in the Tech Career Pathways Program have a desire to take a deep dive into the technology industry to expand their knowledge through education and networking.

For universities that want to participate in the Tech Career Pathways Program, please contact careers@tsia.com. Students interested in learning more about this program should contact their university career center to request participation.

What is the Tech Career Pathways Program?

Meet Gabriel Goins, Sales Analyst Intern at TSIA

Gabriel, a student at the University of San Diego, shares his experience and insight as a member of TSIA’s Tech Career Pathways Program.

Recent TSIA College Hires Share Their Experience Working in Tech

Spencer Hancock and Yiqing Zhao, TSIA employees in membership renewal and marketing, share their thoughts on working in the tech industry and offer advice to students interested in joining the Tech Career Pathways Program.

Learn About the Different Departments and Roles in Tech Companies

Thomas Lah, Executive Director and Executive VP of TSIA, explores the various departments and roles that are present in tech companies: making the technology, selling it, servicing it, and company operations.

The technology industry has a lot of non-technical roles. Participating in the Tech Career Pathways Program can expose students to a great variety of functions and perspectives. You don’t have to be a coder to be in tech. — Yiqing Zhao, Marketing Communications Manager, Member Success, TSIA