At Carnegie Mellon University, formal recruiting activities are offered by the Career and Professional Development Center (CPDC). Companies should contact the CPDC in order to post job positions on TartanTrak, schedule information sessions and on-campus interviews and learn about specific recruiting activities.

The Carnegie Institute of Technology (CIT), the name for the College of Engineering at CMU has traditionally offered the fall career fair for all technology-oriented companies. This event, termed the Technical Opportunities Conference (TOC), is hosted by the student chapter of the Society of Women Engineers. Companies should consult the CIT and SWE websites for more information on the TOC.

In addition, companies that recruit ECE students for internships and graduating students for full-time employment have the opportunity to consult and work directly with the ECE Department . The ECE Office of Alumni and Student Relations provides professional and career-oriented programs for ECE BS, MS and PhD students. These programs include an industry interface with a variety of student engagement and student organization sponsorship opportunities.

For more information contact:

Susan Farrington
Director of Alumni & Student Relations
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Carnegie Mellon University
Hamerschlag Hall 1110
Telehone: (412) 268-6955