Carnegie Mellon University

Other Opportunities

Learn about other educational opportunities available to Dietrich College students.


Fall 2023 Open Courses


Tartan Ambassador Program Seeking Applicants

Attention CMU undergraduate students: The Tartan Ambassador Program (Campus Tour Guide) is seeking applicants for on-campus work for the summer! We are running programming May 15 - August 13, but if you are not on campus all summer, we will also be hiring for either Summer 1 or Summer 2 session as well. If you are interested in learning more or applying, please view the job descriptions in Handshake for more information.

Summer Autism Therapy Research Opportunity 

This summer, Professor Simon Cullen and Kyle McClain will be conducting research on a highly controversial form of therapy given to autistic children. To help this project, we are looking for research assistants who are interested in helping with the very important role for collecting interview data. This is a highly important skill for anyone interested in doing research in fields like sociology, anthropology, and many other fields, as well as anyone who may need to do structured interviews for any projects or careers in the future. This is also an opportunity to build a connection to a really impactful project. Students are able to get tuition free units as well if you apply through SURA. 

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Eligibility is open to anyone, but the tuition free units are only open to those eligible for SURA

Neighborhood Learning Alliance Seeking Summer HSU Tutors! 

We are looking to hire college students as paid tutors for our Summer High School University (HSU) program. Please visit our website for the courses and further information. 

Excellent on Resumes!

Summer Wage: $16 per hour


  • Part-time: 8:45 a.m. to noon or 12:45 to 4 p.m.
  • Full-Time: 8:45 a.m to 4 p. m.

Training Start: June 5

High School Program Dates: June 21 to August 11

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Fall 2023 Open Courses

84-215: Tomorrow’s Professionals – Seats still Available 

In response to student requests, the Institute for Politics and Strategy (IPS) is expanding its offerings of Tomorrow’s Professionals, a mini course that prepares students to “hit the ground running” in their internships and first jobs. Previously only available to undergraduates in preparation for the Carnegie Mellon University Washington Semester Program (CMU/WSP), beginning in fall 2023, IPS is opening enrollment in some sections of the course to all CMU students, including undergraduate and graduate students.  

We still have seats in 84-215 A1 and A2 - intended for students not participating in the CMU/WSP.  (Students planning to go to DC in spring 2024, should plan to take the B2 section.)