ISE Internship Opportunities

"Educating Leaders for a Changing World."
 
Welcome to the University of Washington Industrial & Systems Engineering internship website.  Industrial & Systems Engineering prepares students for careers in an increasingly diverse, dynamic, and technological world.  Graduate exit interviews indicate that 75-90% of ISE students work part-time to support their education.  The ISE internship program was launched with the belief that it would be more valuable if students worked in positions that helped expand their understanding of industrial & systems engineering.
 
An internship is a career-related work experience that integrates classroom theory with "real world" practical experience.  The ISE internship program matches companies and community organizations with talented ISE students.
 
Employers
Benefits:
  • Evaluate potential employees under actual working conditions.
  • Completion of a project or task that might not otherwise be accomplished because regular staff do not have time.
  • Cost effective strategy to meet immediate and long-term staffing needs.
  • Employ a talented student with a higher skill and energy level than someone hired on a temporary basis.
 
Employers seeking interns:  once you have created an online account, you will be able to post your internship.  When the internship is completed, we simply ask for an online evaluation of process.
 
Students
Benefits:
  • Acquire professional work experience.
  • Learn new skills, explore career interests, and meet new intellectual challenges.
  • Great professional networking opportunity.
  • Gain practical experience and increase marketability to future employers.
  • Foster increased initiative, responsibility, and self-directedness.
 
Students seeking internships:  once you have created an online account, you will be able to review and apply for posted internships.
 
For more information about the ISE internship program, please contact the ISE department advisor at (206) 543-5041 or by email at ieadvise@uw.edu.