Student Resources-Engineering & Technology Innovation Management - Carnegie Mellon University

Student Resources

E&TIM is a professional program for student with strong technical backgrounds who aspire to contribute to sustainable value creation.  The E&TIM program has attracted a wide range of students with a passion for creating value that leverages science, engineering and new technology.

A wide variety of support and resources are available for E&TIM students both within the E&TIM department as well as across Carnegie Mellon University.

Current students can use the E&TIM M.S. Program Blackboard site as a primary source of communications for E&TIM information and resources including the following:

  • Program announcements including speakers, events and workshops
  • Program progress including Course Registration Information, Curriculum Planning and Progress tool and E&TIM Internship Assignments
  • Career and Internships including professional development tools and resources, internship and full-time job postings
  • New Student Information including housing, health services, financial aid

As a part of the graduate student community at Carnegie Mellon, students also have additional resources and support at their disposal.

Academic Resources

Career Resources

Christine SundryAs a student of the E&TIM program you have access to professional career advising and resources to help facilitate your internship and job search.

Christine Sundry

E&TIM Career Advisor

Christine Sundry on LinkedIn


Services for Students

  • Resume and cover letter reviews 
  • Professional development workshops 
  • Advice on topics including career exploration, interviewing techniques, salary negotiation etc. 
  • Mock interviews
  • Career Preparation materials are readily available.  In addition to career advising and workshops, you may find need to access advice on resumes, cover letters or other job search topics at a time when speaking to your career advisor isn’t possible.  Make use of these Career & Professional Development Center materials. 
  • The Office of International Education is your point of contact to understanding your employment options for CPT and OPT as an international student in the United States.
  • Handshake
  • Career & Professional Development Center Events including workshops, information sessions and career fairs.
  • International Student Resources
  • Vault – resource for searching industry and employer profiles

Where are E&TIM graduates working?

For Employers

University Resources

Tuition and Financial Aid