• Pathway to Foster

    We invited UW alumni and counselors to introduce and share the application journey and tips of popular specializations within the UW business degree in detail to prospective students. Events included two major sections: Guest speakers Panel talk and Round Table Discussions. This event is a great opportunity for freshmen and sophomores as they prepare for their application season. Students learned more about the admission process, requirements and tips for planning their classes leading up to the deadline.

    First Step to Ace Your Interview

    TBA aims to provide guidance and holistic insights on behavior interviews to any job-seeking UW student hoping to sharpen their interview skills. We invited back numerous UW alumni as professionals and recruiters, from companies such as Amazon and ByteDance, to share their tips and tricks on behavioral interviews. Our students had an opportunity to learn directly from the guests, ask questions, and connect with the guests professionally. The students practiced interview prompts and networking amongst each other.

    Freshman Networking Night

    FNN provides a perfect way to celebrate first-year students' new chapters in their lives. Here, upper-level students share their exciting experiences at UW with the new huskies. We invited upper-level students to discuss academic paths related to business and technologies, as well as study management tips, to give the new huskies a better picture of their lives at UW. Furthermore, TBA helped first-year students network with peers.

    Tech Consulting 101

    We invited four professionals working in the consulting industry, mainly focusing on Tech Consulting, to give a thorough overview of the industry for students who are interested in this field at UW. We aim to provide opportunities for both groups of students - individuals who have a basic understanding and those who are unfamiliar with the industry. By attending this event, students who already have a basic idea are able to develop a more comprehensive understanding, and students that are unfamiliar with the industry are able to discover a new potential career path.

    Your Info Guide

    We invited UW students and professionals majoring in Informatics and Foster-Information Systems as speakers. The current students shared their reflections and experiences to have the students get a broader understanding of the prospective academic and professional life. The professionals introduced the prospects of the two majors based on their career pathways, depicted the skills required in industries, and shared their personal experiences in terms of applying their professional knowledge on their career life.

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  • Who are we?

    The Technology and Business Association was founded in Seattle as a non-profit organization in March 2013 by a group of UW students. Currently, we have about 1600 members in the Seattle area and 400 members in Minnesota. We aim to promote connections between UW students and the professionals in the Great Seattle Area and to offer smooth transitions between academic and different industries. In particular, we want to explore the possibilities and philosophies resulting from the collision between technology and business. We are here to help everyone improve their leadership skills, to provide professional education and various internship opportunities, and to foster future leaders within a variety of disciplines.


    We aim to provide a platform for people to exchange ideas about technology and business. We believe there is a huge value if we connect business ideas with technological skills. Lastly, we are here to help everyone to improve their leadership skills, provide professional education, give internship opportunities, and foster future leaders.


    Currently, we have about 1600 members in Seattle area and 400 members in Minnesota. Our members come from various fields, ranging from undergraduate freshmen, to PhD candidates, also from entrepreneurs, to senior managers from distinguished companies all around the world. We provide various internship opportunities for our members.


    We partner with a number of organizations in Seattle, such as the Association of Entrepreneurs and Experts in Seattle, China Entrepreneur Network, Chinese Students and Scholars Association, Taiwanese Students Association, Taiwanese Overseas Students Association, Entrepreneur Club, Arch for Startup, Japanese Students Association, Microfiles, Minority Leaders of Communication, Asian Business Students Association, Bridging Pacific, Confucius Institute of the State of Washington, etc.