The Technology Consulting in the Community course (TCinC) is a special university-community learning partnership. Non-profit organizations, schools, and government agencies improve their technology use, management, planning and integration by working with Carnegie Mellon students. Students develop technical consulting and management skills while collaborating on site with a leader of a local organization.
Schedules for:

We are recruiting Community Partners for our Spring Session. To apply, see the "Partners" tab.

To participate, the mandatory Orientation Meeting will be:

Feb 1, 2018 - 9:30am - 11:50am

The mandatory end-of-semester event, the Community Technology Forum, will be held Friday, May 11 from 8:30am - noon. The public is welcome.

Community Partner Lauren and Colleagues at Dance Alloy Theater offices
Featured Project

Dance Alloy Theater Database
Development and Management

Student Consultant Wei Xiao and Community Partner Dave Coplan at TCinC Final Presentation
Partner Testimonial
“I cannot thank you enough for the course you have developed and its impact on our agency. Wei was an amazing consultant to us and we appreciate your role in making this happen for him and us.”

Dave Coplan, TCinC Community Partner Fall 2006
Executive Director, Human Services Center Corporation,
Mon Valley Providers Council
Lori Butler and Amanda Harber at Sustainable Pittsburgh offices
Student Testimonial
"Technology Consulting in the Community has been one of the best experiences of my college career. By working with Sustainable Pittsburgh, I learned to manage a small project in a complex environment, cause it to have lasting impact, and concisely communicate its outcomes."

Kevin Purtell, TCinC Student Consultant Spring 2006