In collaboration with various departments across campus, the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) is continuing the UCSB IT Internship Program. Six undergraduates will be matched to projects preparing them for careers in the expanding field of information technology. In addition to individualized year long projects, the cohort of six interns will experience the benefits of camaraderie through group training on topics such as: cybersecurity, data analytics, Amazon Web Services, Emotional Intelligence, Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), Grant Accounting and Research Administration, Crucial Conversations and Conflict Management, project management, and business analysis.
Providing training similar to that found in Fortune 1000 organizations and technology firms; the UCSB IT Internship Program offers a collaborative environment for professional development enhancing and deepening the intern’s curricular and professional experience. While there is no experience necessary to apply for the UCSB IT Internship Program, the participants must demonstrate an eagerness to learn and a willingness to develop an esprit de corps.
Learn more about the individualized project opportunities for each of the six intern positions.
Meet the 2022-23 Cohort
From left to right: Harry Jung, Kaiwen Tang, Yanwen Chen, Anmol Kapoor
Not pictured: Jeff Shen and Katie Huynh
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Coming Soon: IT Apprenticeship
The inaugural OCIO Apprenticeship provides a qualified internship candidate with the opportunity to gain broad exposure to various IT services, systems, and processes within the campus community. Under the direction of the Strategy lead, the OCIO Apprentice gains understanding of the future IT strategy and projects of UC IT as well as broad exposure to different departments within IT: Infrastructure, Technical Services, and Cloud Services. Stay tuned for more updates and information about this unique opportunity!