Partner with INI
The INI welcomes the chance to collaborate with organizations, companies and agencies through recruitment and sponsorship opportunities.
Don't see what you're looking for? Contact our Corporate & Alumni Engagement team to discuss additional opportunities to partner with the INI!
We are currently accepting project proposals for the INI Practicum. Learn more and submit your proposal by June 29, 2018.
By fusing business and policy with technical expertise, the INI's interdisciplinary programs uniquely position graduates for next generation careers at the pulse of the tech industry. We offer a range of recruitment opportunities. Contact Jessica Budik to learn more.
Present a Tech Talk or Info Session
During the fall and spring semesters, INI students attend tech talks and information sessions featuring speakers from industry, government and academia. These events are an ideal way to discuss your business and innovations with our students.
Promote Open Positions
We encourage employers to contact us with information about opportunities, positions and desired qualifications. We will gladly share them with to current students as well as our alumni network, and they will contact you directly if interested.
Request Resume Books
We can supply a collection of INI student resumes personalized for your organization's needs.
Host On-Site Visit
Employers may sponsor on-site visits for students to tour and learn more about their organization. The INI has campus locations in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Mountain View, California and Kobe, Japan.
The INI partners with corporate, industry and government sponsors for practicum projects and academic projects. Contact Jennifer Feyrer to learn more.
Bridging the gap between theory and practice, the practicum is a project-based capstone course for bicoastal information security and mobility students. Teams tackle problems, pilot new ideas and develop solutions for sponsors in computing, mobile systems and security.
Put the brightest minds at Carnegie Mellon to work for you. By sponsoring an academic project, individual or teams of INI students will work on a project in either the fall or spring semester. Projects are widely-defined in scope, and may include development, testing, user/market studies and/or research.