Career & Professional Resources-Silicon Valley Campus - Carnegie Mellon University

Career and Professional Resources

The Career Services Office at Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley is your resource for information on jobs. Need job search advice? Need help with a resume or cover letter? Visit our staff to get the help you need. In addition, the office conducts mock interviews, assists with job research, and facilitates career fairs.

Digital Career Fair — April 21-24, 2014

The Career & Professional Development Center announces the first-ever online career fair, in partnership with alumni startup collegefeed (co-founded by CMU-SV grad Aman Khanna).
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Advising & Appointments

If you have questions in regard to resumes, cover letters, job/internship search, interviewing or offer negotiations, Ray Migorski (Pittsburgh-based Assistant Director and Career Consultant with the Career and Professional Development Center) and Linda Bickham (CMU-SV-based staff member) are available to meet with students. 30-minute appointment slots are schedule on a first-come, first-served basis starting the week of November 11.

Available hours and sign-up details

  • Ray: Thursdays 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. To schedule a 30 minute slot, email
  • Linda: Monday afternoons, 3:30 - 5:00 pm and Tuesday mornings, 10:30 - 12:00 noon. To schedule a 30 minute slot, email

Other Career Services Questions

Please contact Gerry Elizondo, Director of Student Affairs, at 650-335-2846 or


Tartan TRAK: TartanTrak (powered by Symplicity) is Carnegie Mellon's online recruiting system. Students can submit resumes, sign up for interviews and find contact information for thousands of recruiters. 

Online Resources

INI Career Services: The Information Networking Institute (INI) strives to provide its students with the finest in career services. As a student at the INI, you will have the career resources of Carnegie Mellon's Career Center at your fingertips, as well as the INI Career Consultant.

Carnegie Mellon Network Nights: Network Nights are a long-standing tradition at Carnegie Mellon University. For more than 20 years, these regional networking receptions have brought students, parents and alumni together with potential employers in an informal after-work reception.  Network Nights are held during fall, winter and spring breaks so that students may participate. They provide an opportunity for students, parents, alumni and employers to meet and discuss opportunities, insights and experiences.

Technical Opportunities Conference (TOC) job fair: Although this fair is based in Pittsburgh, Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley students can refer to the list of companies represented and contact them directly.

Post-Graduation Jobs & Salaries

Find out where CMU-SV graduates are working, what they earn and what their job titles are