Research has shown that the Computer Science (CS) undergraduates tend to identify themselves professionally with specialized CS professions including Software Engineering, Web Development, and User Experience professions especially when they are in the junior or senior years of their program. To support their professional development, there is a growing need for shaping the existing CS curriculum to prepare them for their professional careers. This poster session will give insights into how undergraduate CS students’ who identify themselves professionally as UX Researchers and UX designers are preparing for their future careers through formal and informal education. Through this poster, students who attend this conference can learn the professional development process of successful students who have interned in the UX domain. UX researchers can gain insights into the tools that CS students who prepare for UX careers use to become proficient in the UX skillset.