Home to some of the fastest growing jobs in the world, the Technology & Data Science career community has a wealth of opportunities for those looking to be on the cutting edge.

Technology is all around us and we want to ensure our students are on the cutting edge of innovation and design within technology and the use of analytics to inform creative solutions. Those involved in the community are people who are passionate about using their knowledge, skills, and talents to grapple with these themes and work their way toward real-world solutions. The Technology and Data Sciences Career Community focus in on the following key interest areas.

Join the #TD Career Community

  • Biotech & Life Sciences
  • Computer Networking
  • CPG - Consumer Packaged Goods
  • Defense
  • Design
  • Electronic & Computer Hardware
  • Healthcare
  • Insurance
  • Internet & Software
  • Investment Banking
  • Management Consulting
  • Retail Stores
  • Scientific and Technical Consult...
  • Telecommunications

The Technology & Data Science career community covers a broad range of career paths and opportunities, but all of them will in some way interact with the themes of problem solving, inquiry and application of technology and analytics. Because of the wide range of industries using analytics, it can be beneficial to pair an interest area (or other Career Community) with your interest in using analytical skills. Below is a list of academic pages whose curriculum can help your intellectual development as you prepare for life after Lawrence in this area.

M = Major, m = Minor, P = Pre-professional Program, IA = Interdisciplinary area, CD = Cooperative Degree Program

For more information on symbols indicating types of study, visit Lawrence's Academics page

 

Previous Internships Sites

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Learn more about Internships

Student Organizations.

Learn, experience, and give back.

  • Association for Women in Mathematics
  • Cognitive Science Lawrence (CogSciLU)
  • Lawrence University Computer Science Club (LUCSC)
  • Makerspace Club
See Lawrence's Directory of Student Organizations.


Alumni Contacts

These alumni are available for informational interviews.

Schedule an appointment to meet with an advisor to learn more about informational interviews or to identify more alumni.

 

Advising Resources

Career Advising


 

Events and Experiences

Hackathons
Find, compete, and earn points for your school at the largest, most diverse student hackathons in the world.
Timeframe: Year round

Shadow Silicon Valley Trek
Get an insider’s view into the ecosystem of Silicon Valley. Previous employers visited have included Facebook, Google and Airbnb among other networking stops and events. For more information, contact Mandy Netzel.
Timeframe: Spring Break

Volunteer
List, find and record volunteer opportunities on Lawrence GivePulse.
Timeframe: Year round
Off-campus Program
Off-campus study provides a valuable opportunity to hone and extend the intellectual skills and capacity for civic and academic engagement associated with a Lawrence liberal arts education.
Off-campus Programs Application System

LU Research Fellows
As a Lawrence University Research Fellow, you will have the opportunity to participate in student-faculty collaborative research, whether it’s with our professors here on campus or with one of our collaborating off-campus programs around the world.
Deadline: Mid-February

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Funding

Lawrence has been supported by a tremendous number of alumni, parents and other constituents. One way many of these individuals have given back is through their financial contributions to support the experiential learning of students in the areas of internships, volunteering, research and other areas of investigation into their life after Lawrence. Below is information about some possible sources of funding. If you have questions about these funds please contact The Office of Career, Life, and Community Engagement or click the appropriate links to learn more about how to apply.

 

Jonathan Bauer ’83 Fund for Career Exploration and Development
The Jonathan Bauer ’83 Fund for Career Exploration and Development will support programs and initiatives designed to expand and enhance students’ understandings of career options. The fund will support experiential opportunities for individual students including externships, informational interviews and internships in a variety of fields.