Carnegie Mellon University

Careers and Internships

NYC Employer Trek

On Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2020, Dietrich College Career Consultants will be leading students through NYC to visit employers on-site for general networking and learning. Look out for more information coming in December.

G2U (Government to University) Mentorship Program

Pittsburgh’s Federal Executive Board in collaboration with the Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy is launching the G2U (Government to University) Mentorship Program. The goal of the program is to connect current federal employees based in Pittsburgh with CMU students to engage in discussions about federal service and available opportunities. 

The program will utilize the LinkedIn Groups feature. To join the program:

  • Go to this LinkedIn Group
  • Click “Request to join” on the Group page
  • Amber Klemetti from the Federal Executive Board is the owner of the group and will approve your access

Once approved, you will be given access to post to the group, view all members, share documents and videos, and message group members

Federal employees will share job vacancies, job fair information, relevant articles and free webinars. Students are encouraged to ask questions to the group regarding USAJOBS & applications, federal pay scales and internship/full-time opportunities. Participants can pose and answer questions in the entire group or send a private message to members of the group.

Student-Employer Connect Event 

Friday, Nov. 15, 10 to 11:30 a.m., Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion, Cohon University Center

Students and employers will engage in a unique opportunity to connect and network in a barrier-free environment. This event will enable diverse students to apply their professional skills and provide our employers with a chance to meet candidates from CMU. Refreshments and a cool down space are provided! Questions? Contact Amy Tavares.

Co-hosted by The Olitsky Family Foundation, Career Readiness Program and the Center for Diversity and Inclusion.

Registration required

NYC Career and Internship Connections Job Fair 

The CIC fair allows CMU students to network and interview for internships and full-time jobs with employers from a variety of industries on the East Coast, during winter break on Tuesday, Jan. 7. The morning career fair portion is open to all students from the CIC consortium schools followed by pre-arranged interviews taking place in the afternoon. The deadline to apply is Saturday, Nov. 30.

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The Olitsky Career Readiness Program

Since 2017, the Career and Professional Development Center has offered specialized services for students with emotional and cognitive differences. This offering is formally known as the Olitsky Career Readiness Program. Specifically, students with autism, ADHD and career search anxiety have benefited from this program in the past. 

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Internships & Full-Time Opportunities

Your Dietrich College Career Consultants have developed a curated list of jobs and internships for Dietrich College students. This list is updated on a bi-weekly basis and includes positions posted on Handshake and beyond.

View internships and jobs

Meet with your Dietrich Career Consultants!

Drop in on Thursdays from 3 to 4 p.m. in Baker Hall 154T with quick questions.

Schedule one-on-one appointments

Text-chat on Mondays, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. for quick questions

Dietrich College Internship Opportunity Grant Program

Grants of up to $2,000 are available to Dietrich College undergraduate students who plan to complete professionally relevant internships that are unpaid or provide minimal compensation. 


CPDC’s GoinGlobal Resources

Are you getting everything you can from the CPDC’s GoinGlobal subscription? GoinGlobal resources can help you plan ahead for international jobs and internships, or help you find which companies have a track record of sponsoring international students.

Consider registering for one of the upcoming student training sessions.

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Campus Resources

Carnegie Mellon University’s Pre-Law Program is for students and alumni who are considering or applying to law school. The Pre-Law Program is available to help you explore the possibility of law school, in addition to helping you prepare and apply for the process.

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