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.
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.
- Ray: To schedule a 30 minute slot, email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Linda: To schedule a 30 minute slot, email email@example.com
Other Career Services QuestionsPlease contact Gerry Elizondo, Director of Student Affairs, at 650-335-2846 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
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.
CMU Connect: CMU Connect is a forum for alumni, students, and parents to expand their network and participate in professional development programming. A series of professional development events, CMU Connect will enable attendees to:
- build their network with general and industry-specific dinners and receptions.
- cultivate their career through professional development programming.
- share their expertise, experiences, and opportunities.
- receive career support through career counseling, career fairs, and corporate site visits.
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.