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.