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Other Opportunities

Learn about other educational opportunities available to Dietrich College students.

Conferences & Symposia

”Public Health, Private Spaces" Call for Student Contributions

Expressions of interest - due October 5, 2022

Spaces of Containment and Care and the CMU Center for Arts in Society invite students to develop works that creatively respond to the themes of Public Health, Private Spaces — an online symposium about the intimate landscapes of health — on October 28, 2022.

Public Health, Private Spaces is part of Spaces of Containment and Care, a project directed by School of Architecture professor Nida Rehman and supported by CAS. 

Six to eight students will be selected and paid $500 for their contributions, which will be published with the project documentation in spring.

Students at the College of Fine Arts and Dietrich College, with an active interest in health, privacy, the home, gender, disability, care and spatial justice, are invited to apply.

Selected students will engage in conversation with the speakers and develop creative responses inspired by any aspect of the presentations that summarize or explore key ideas.

Possible formats could include (but are not limited to): Illustrations, graphics, or diagrams; musical or dramatic pieces; architectural or design vignettes or sketches; comics, poems or other literary explorations; and critically engaged written or spoken reviews.

We welcome questions and expressions of interest from graduate and undergraduate students from both colleges. 

Please send an email to by October 5 with a brief bio, a couple of sentences about your interest in the topic and what you might hope to make as a response to the conversation and 3 samples of recent work.

Learn more about the symposium

Registration Open: Carnegie Mellon Sports Analytics Conference 

The sixth annual Carnegie Mellon Sports Analytics conference will be held on October 28 and 29. This conference is dedicated to highlighting the latest sports research from the statistics and data science community. Doug Fearing (CS 1999), co-founder and CEO of Zelus Analytics, will present the keynote address. Visit the website to review the schedule for speakers and workshops. Registration for the hybrid event is available at 

Employment & Volunteer Positions

Attention Undergraduate Students: Tartan Ambassador Program Seeks Applicants for On-Campus Positions

Are you a student who is looking for an on-campus job this fall? If the idea of getting paid to talk about your CMU student experience interests you, you may want to consider applying to become a Tartan Ambassador.

University Communications & Marketing is looking to hire a diverse group of current undergraduate CMU students who represent different schools, programs, years and experiences at CMU. Each paid position will work by connecting and engaging with visitors (primarily prospective undergraduate students) through written communication and events, including in-person and virtual tours and panels.

You can learn more information about the positions on Handshake:

Personalized Learning² is Actively Seeking Math Volunteer Tutors! 

Personalized Learning² (PLUS) is seeking volunteer math tutors for K-9 students. Anyone who can volunteer two hours per week can make an impact. We encourage all people who want to help students improve their math confidence and understanding to join us and become tutors! 

As a volunteer tutor, you will be certified and trained by the PL² team to work with small groups of students (1-3 at a time) in local schools and after-school programs to help them improve their math abilities.

Both in-person and virtual tutoring is available. 


  • Work with K-9 students to hone their cognitive, motivational, and math skills
  • Volunteer two hours per week or more
  • Participate in a readiness training 
  • Utilize our artificial intelligence learning software for personalized mentoring and tutoring 


  • Certification from the PL2 Training Program
  • CV boost, including volunteer hours 
  • Mentorship 
  • Give back to the community
  • Learn a multitude of soft skills 

If interested, Contact *No prior tutoring experience is necessary

PL2 Tutoring Application

Experiential Learning

Ready to Build Your Future? Check Out Under Construction: Internships 

Curious about internships? Do not miss the annual Under Construction event. On Thursday, Oct. 27, you will have the chance to hear from and connect with Dietrich College alumni and upperclass students who have a lot to share with you about everything related to internships! How do you get an internship? How do you find funding? How do you make the most of an opportunity? Learn it all here! The event will take place from 5:15 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Wyndham Hotel (within walking distance and transportation provided to the event as well). Dinner and Dessert is all included! The event is completely free for students so do not miss this chance to build your network and learn all about internships! Any questions, contact Kim Piatt, director of experiential learning, at Space is limited so make sure you register today!

Instructional Content Developer/Learning Experience Designer: Independent Study/Intern Position Opportunity 

Content Developer: The PLUS project at CMU is looking to recruit a part-time Instructional Content Developer/Learning Experience Designer. Our innovative software provides research-driven training for math tutors to enable them to help their students. The person hired for this position will be responsible for working with our learning scientists to create lessons and training materials for math tutors. This position will require at least 12 hours of work a week and this role is available as an independent study or as a paid position. 

Open to all students for both credit and/or pay. 

Please contact Shiv at for more details or to apply.

Join Tartan Student Fund 

  • Invest with Real Assets
  • Work across Industries
  • Attend Rigorous Training
  • Network with Alumni

Explore Tartan Student Fund

Carnegie Mellon University Washington Semester Program: Accepting Applications Now for Spring 2023

The Carnegie Mellon University Washington Semester Program (CMU/WSP), sponsored by the university's Institute for Politics and Strategy (IPS), is a semester-long program in which students live, intern, and take CMU classes in Washington, DC. Undergraduates from any course of study at the university may participate in the program. Students earn 48 units for the Carnegie Mellon University Washington Semester Program, interning about 24 hours per week in any sector or field of interest within Washington, D.C., while taking classes taught by Carnegie Mellon faculty.  

From embassies to nongovernmental organizations, think tanks to advocacy organizations, government agencies to congressional offices and consulting firms to media outlets, Washington, D.C., is the center for many political, international relations and public policy activities. Students in the program come into direct contact with political, business and community leaders and learn about the most pressing policy issues of the day.

Through this experiential learning program, CMU/WSP participants develop professional and networking skills, explore how coursework connects to the real world, learn to give and receive constructive feedback in the workplace and classroom and intentionally reflect on their learning and growth. Every CMU/WSP student is paired with a Washington, D.C.-based alumni mentor to share career advice and tips about life in DC. IPS also sponsors events and policy-oriented opportunities in Washington for students participating in the program to further enrich their experience and enhance their understanding of how Washington functions as a hub of international and policy decision making. 

Students should contact the CMU/WSP Senior Program Manager to discuss the specifics of the program and the IPS deputy director to discuss how the CMU/WSP may fit into their curriculum. Students who participate in the CMU/WSP may qualify for a minor in Politics and Public Policy

Applications are accepted on a rolling admission basis with a final deadline of Saturday, Oct. 1, for spring semester participation, and Wednesday, March 1, for fall semester participation. Early applications are highly encouraged. 

Fall 2022 Open Office Hours with Provost Jim Garrett

Meet with Provost Jim Garrett

Provost Jim Garrett will continue to host office hours for students, faculty and staff this fall. Office hours vary to accommodate the variety in our community members’ schedules and will be held at the dates and times below:

  • Thursday, Sept. 29 from 1-2:30 p.m.
  • Monday, Oct. 31 from 9:30-11 a.m.
  • Wednesday, Nov. 30 from 2-3:30 p.m.
  • Wednesday, Dec. 14 from 9-10:30 a.m. 

Appointments will be made in person on a first-come, first-served basis. All office hours will be held in CCR East in Warner Hall, unless otherwise noted.

Please join Provost Garrett to share your feedback and ideas or just to say “hi.” He is always happy to meet and talk to the community about their experiences and ways we make the CMU experience better for everyone.