Undergraduate and Graduate Students
- Sign up as a volunteer on our K-12 Outreach mailing list
- Help as a general volunteer or demo your research at CS Education Week Open House (December) or Engineering Discovery Days (April)
- Apply to be a CSE Ambassador, a paid position creating and leading K-12 Outreach programs.
- Submit anonymous feedback regarding diversity and inclusion
- Get involved with a student group! We have seven undergraduate student organizations within the Allen School: Ability, COM^2, GEN1, Minorities in Tech (MiT), Q++, SAC, and Women in Computing (WiC @ UW). These student-led organizations provide undergraduate students with community, peer guidance, and personal and professional resources while also offering leadership opportunities.
- Join the Diversity Allies email list to share info, ideas, and hear about volunteer opportunities
- Offer research demos and lab tours to K-12 students: Email outreach@cs... and let our outreach team know you're interested
- Volunteer to host a demo or table at our CS Education Week Open House (December) or Engineering Discovery Days (April)
- Lead a short workshop or present your research to STEM teaches at our CS4HS workshop (July or August)
- Help with the Allen School's CS track in the Engineering Math Academy
- Host a student researcher or lead a session for WiSE UP BRIDGE in the College of Engineering (August)
- Tell the Director you'd like to be on the Allen School Diversity Committee as part of your committee assignments
- Include a Broadening Participation in Computing (BPC) proposal in your research grant
- Already doing something? Let the Diversity Committee know so we can coordinate efforts!
- Join the Allen School'sIndustry Affiliates Program, which fosters technical exchange and collaboration, and is the primary mechanism for recruiting Allen School students for internship and job opportunities.
- Participate in one or more Industry Affiliates outreach opportunities, such as serving on an employer panel, delivering a tech talk, or volunteering as an interviewer for mock technical interviews with students preparing to enter the job market.