Silicon Valley Industry Connections
Silicon Valley — home to "the next big thing," the epicenter of new technology, the ground floor for forward-thinking entrepreneurship. This reputation has attracted the best and the brightest to the San Francisco Bay Area for decades. At Carnegie Mellon's Silicon Valley campus, we connect the university's legacy of technological research and advancement with the Bay Area's dynamic 21st century innovators.
Companies small and large can benefit tremendously from partnering with CMU's faculty, scientists, and students. Our shared resources create synergies that leverage academic exploration and industry experience to produce real results — giving your company an edge in today's market and tomorrow's new frontiers.
March 13, 2014: Save the Date
Join dozens of other Bay Area companies and connect with CMU's amazing students at our annual Career Fair. More information coming soon!
Carnegie Mellon graduates are highly sought-after recruits, and we work regularly with employers to build and sustain mutually beneficial and rewarding professional relationships between our students and alumni and the organizations looking for talented team members. More about recruitment at CMU-SV
In semester-long practicum courses, student teams apply what they have learned to a real-world business problem. Working with the client, the team negotiates plans and deliverables, and then develops their final product while adhering to high standards for accountability, teamwork and best practices. More about practicums and becoming a sponsor
Events and Seminars
Our campus hosts many interesting events, seminars and conferences. We welcome organizations and individuals who would like to build a partnership with Carnegie Mellon University at our campus, or just come for a visit.
CMU-SV is home to several research centers, encompassing a range of interests, from mobile computing to open source software. Your company may be interested in working with our faculty on collaborative research projects, or in sponsoring fellowships for various Ph.D. students in specific areas of research. More about current research on our campus