Carnegie Mellon University

Resources by College

Undergraduate Career Consultants

*BS, BME and EPP double majors, contact the Career Consultant for your primary major

Career Preparation Resources

Career Preparation Materials:
Industry Guides:

Job & Internship Resources

Job Search Guides and Materials: After College Job Boards: Company Lists by Industry (PDF Format):

Aerospace

Energy

Metals

Renewable Energy

Biomedical Engineering Energy Consulting Firms Pharmaceutical Renewable Energy Consulting Firms
Ceramics

Environmental Engineering

Plastics

Robotics
Consumer Products Hardware Polymers Steel

Graduate Career Consultants

College-Specific Events & Programs

Graduate Student Career Consultant Office Hours
Drop-in office hours are held weekly for the following departments:

ChemE

Thursdays

10:30 - 12:30

Dougherty ChemE Master's Student Lounge

CEE

Thursdays

2-4

Porter Hall CEE Dept. - Room 118D

ECE

Tuesdays

2-4

Hamerschlag Hall - Room D202
EST&P

Tuesdays

2:30-4:30

Scott Hall EST&P  Master's Student Lounge

III

Wednesdays

12:30 - 2:30

Craig Street III Collaborative Space

MechE

Tuesdays

12:00 - 2:00

Wean MechE Master's Student Lounge

MSE

Wednesdays

2-4

MSE Graduate Student Lounge - Dougherty Hall A310

Office hours are held while classes are in session, September through May.

Career Preparation Resources

The below resources have been created specifically for College of Engineering Graduate Students:

Job & Internship Resources

Career Consultants

Career Preparation Resources

Job & Internship Resources 
(Auditions, Competitions, Festivals, Residencies, and Grants/scholarships/fellowships)

School-Specific Information:

Architecture: Architecture [pdf]
Art: Art [pdf], Artists CommunitiesMedia, Entertainment, & Journalism [pdf]
Design: Design [pdf]
Drama: Media, Entertainment, & Journalism [pdf], Film [pdf]
Music: Music [pdf]

Arts & Entertainment Tip Sheet [pdf]

Funding/Grant Programs:

College-Specific Events & Programs

Graduate School Resources

Career Consultants (by Department)

TBD - Please contact the CPDC
  • Economics
  • Information Systems
  • Social & Decision Sciences
  • Statistics
  • Undecided students with last names begining with A-L
Kristin Staunton
  • English
  • History
  • International Relations & Politics
  • Modern Languages
  • Philosophy
  • Psychology
  • Undecided students with last names begining with M-Z

Career Preparation Resources

Career Exploration Materials:

Job & Internship Resources

College-Specific Events & Programs

Career Consultant

Career Preparation Resources

Biology:
American Institute of Biological SciencesCareers for Biology MajorsBiochemistry & Molecular Biology Career Guide

Chemistry:
American Chemical Society 

Mathematics:
American Mathematical SocietyMathematical Association of AmericaOperations Research and AnalyticsBe an Actuary 

Neuroscience:
Society of Neuroscience- Career Paths

Physics:
Society of Physics StudentsAmerican Physical SocietyAmerican Astronomical Society

Graduate Students:
Individual Development Plan is a tool for science PhDs to explore career possibilities and find the career path that fits you best.

Funding for Research & Unpaid/Low-paying Internships:

Job & Internship Resources

MCS Job Search Guide [pdf]

Spring 2017 Encompass Employer & Position Guide
Encompass Employer & Position Guide* [xls]

*For an up-to-date listing of employers attending Encompass, please see the Career Fair page in Handshake.  

AfterCollege Job Boards

Additional Resources:

Career ConsultantS

Career Preparation Resources

Job & Internship Resources

Job Search Tips:

Interviewing:

Job & Internship Listings:

Career ConsultantS

Career Preparation Resources

Job & Internship Resources

Industry Information:

Graduate School Resources

Resources by Diverse Population

There are many resources on campus and at the CPDC for international students.

Job Search Resources:

There are many career paths for students completing a graduate program, with the two most common being industry or academia. Since the industry job search (information throughout this page) is a bit different than the academic job search, we want you to be prepared for whichever path you choose: