Career & Professional Resources-Silicon Valley Campus - Carnegie Mellon University

Career and Professional Resources

The Silicon Valley campus makes several career services resources available to students looking for job search advice and help with resumes or cover letters. The campus also provides professional development workshops, facilitates career fairs and assists with networking events. Individual departments may also offer additional support and resources to students in their programs.

Career Advising

All students at the SV campus may request an appointment with Career Services Consultant Mikelynn Romero.

MS Software Engineering students and MS Software Management students may also book appointments with a counselor from the Career and Professional Development Center at the main campus in Pittsburgh.

INI Career Services and career consultants are open to students in the MSIT program.

Other Career Services Questions



Tartan TRAK: TartanTrak (powered by Symplicity) is Carnegie Mellon's online recruiting system. Students can submit resumes, sign up for interviews and find contact information for thousands of recruiters. 


CMU Connect: CMU Connect is a forum for alumni, students, and parents to expand their network and participate in professional development programming. A series of professional development events, CMU Connect will enable attendees to:

  • build their network with general and industry-specific dinners and receptions.
  • cultivate their career through professional development programming.
  • share their expertise, experiences, and opportunities.
  • receive career support through career counseling, career fairs, and corporate site visits. 

Technical Opportunities Conference (TOC) job fair: Although this fair is based in Pittsburgh, Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley students can refer to the list of companies represented and contact them directly.

Post-Graduation Jobs & Salaries

Find out where CMU-SV graduates are working, what they earn and what their job titles are