Below are jobs, internships, and other resources shared with our department that might be of interest to CS students.

Hacks of Kindness, hosted by Women in Computing Sciences

Hacks of Kindness is a 12-hour hackathon centered around giving back to the community organized by UVA's Women in Computer Science organization. It is a fantastic opportunity for people of all skill levels (especially first-time hackers!) and minority groups to gain experience from a supportive and inclusive community! We even have a “Best Beginner Hack” prize if this is your first hackathon. Participants can work in teams of up to four to create innovative projects and win prizes for their submissions. 

We will have guest speakers, industry professionals, workshops on coding, and fun activities to meet other participants! Join us in creating innovative projects that lead us to a better, kinder future.

Due to Covid-19, we have moved to a virtual format - visit our website for more information or to register!


Engineering, Science, and Technology Virtual Career Fair - September 8, 2020 from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

The Engineering, Science & Technology Career Fair is an opportunity for University of Virginia students to interact with more than 115 employers from across the nation. Employers participate in the fair to recruit UVA students for their full-time and internship positions. Students of all majors and levels are encouraged to attend the event.

To participate, students need to:

  • REGISTER FOR THE FAIR in Handshake.
  • Complete the sections of their HANDSHAKE PROFILE and upload a resume to Handshake.
  • Review the list of participating employers and sign up for 1:1 conversations with employers (10 minute pre-scheduled chats) and Group sessions (30 minute info sessions). 

For more information on preparing for and navigating the career fair, review and share our GUIDE TO THE CAREER FAIR. Contact the CENTER FOR ENGINEERING CAREER DEVELOPMENT with any questions.


Engineering School Tutors

Are you interested in helping other students learn? Are you interested in making money on your own time and at competitive pay rates? Only have a few hours per week to work?

Put your knowledge and teaching skills to work for E-School Academic Tutoring! There are no GPA requirements for tutors. We’re looking for a diverse group of students who are passionate about helping their peers learn.

If you're interested in being a tutor for this semester, please complete the Engineering School - New Tutor Application.

Email Hallie Brody at if you have any questions.


Undergraduate Student Opportunities in Academic Research (USOAR)

USOAR is a program that targets rising first-, second- and transfer undergraduate students who do not have previous significant experience in research with a paid research position funded by the Federal Work Study program and the Office of Undergraduate Research. USOAR introduces students to the enriching experiences surrounding research and provides them with the chance to build strong relationships with faculty. It also seeks to attract students with financial need and from underrepresented populations and provide them with a path into research. Learn more about the requirements and timing for applying at the USOAR website