We're still here to help! Virtual Drop-In Hours (Spring 2020)
- Mondays with Joe, 3 to 4 p.m. EST | Connect
- Tuesdays with Kristin, 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. EST | Connect
**Virtual/Phone appointments can be scheduled via Handshake**
We've developed a curated list of jobs and internships for Dietrich College students. This list will be updated on a bi-weekly basis and includes positions posted on Handshake and beyond. Remember that our college is highly interdisciplinary. As such, you may be interested in and qualified for jobs that are not directly associated with your major, so be sure to think broadly.
The Career & Professional Development Center offers unique programming and services for students with emotional and cognitive differences.
The Dietrich College Internship Opportunity Grant is made available so undergraduate students have the ability to take advantage of meaningful, off-campus internship experiences that provided minimal compensation.
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis in the order they are received until all funds have been dispersed, or Friday, April 3.
The Career & Professional Development Center (CPDC) offers summer internship funding for undergraduates who are pursuing unpaid or low-paying internships within the U.S.
Application deadline: Friday, April 17
The Peter C. Dozzi Pittsburgh Internship Initiative was created in 2004 through a generous gift by Mr. Peter C. Dozzi, founder of Jendoco Construction Corporation, a Pittsburgh organization founded in 1957. The scholarship money is made available through the Carnegie Mellon Career and Professional Development Center for students who will be staying in the Pittsburgh Region to complete a summer internship experience.
Applications open for the Innovation Scholars Program through Friday, April 3!
CMU's Swartz Center is seeking CMU undergraduate students for its next cohort of Innovation Scholars! If you are a Carnegie Mellon undergraduate student interested in entrepreneurship and are passionate about the idea of starting your own company, then this program may be for you.
This selective, two-year program fosters innovation and entrepreneurship and seeks to increase the number of successful startup companies initiated by or involving CMU's undergraduate students. Scholars complete a two-year program integrating, academic coursework, work experience in a startup company, networking and mentorship — given as well as received.
Innovation Scholars receive a $1,200 grant to attend the Silicon Valley Trek with the graduate Swartz Fellows in January 2021 and are eligible to receive a $6K stipend to work on their own startup. Learn more and apply.