Career & Professional Development Office-Academic Advisory Center (AAC) - Carnegie Mellon University

Career Counselors

Call the Career and Professional Development Center at 412-268-2064 to schedule an appointment. The following career consultants will be able to assist you.

Debra Ignelzi (  Ethics, History, and Public Policy; Global Studies; History; International Relations and Politics; Linguistics; Chinese Studies; French and Francophone Studies, German Studies, Hispanic Studies; Japanese Studies; Russian Studies; European Studies; Philosophy; Logic and Computation; Linguistics; Psychology; Cognitive Science; Psychology and Biological Sciences; Decision Science; Policy and Management

Rachel Amos (  English; Creative Writing; Professional Writing; Technical Writing and Communication: Information Systems; Statistics; Economics and Statistics

Wesley Thorne ( Economics

Tartan Trak

TartanTrak is Carnegie Mellon's online recruiting system. Employers can request accounts to post jobs, request interviews and information sessions, and review student resumes. Students and alumni can submit resumes, sign up for interviews and find contact information for thousands of recruiters. 

Please visit the following website for more information about TartanTrak


Please see the following website for a list of opprotunitities to take advantage of through the Career and Professional Development Center.