Attend the Technical Opportunities Conference


September 23, 2015

For more than 40 years, the Technical Opportunities Conference (TOC) has been the largest job fair on Carnegie Mellon's campus. It is specifically focused on technical employment. This conference attracts Carnegie Mellon's engineering, computer science and science students and allows recruiters from more than 200 companies to personally meet talented students interested in full-time work or summer internship positions.

The conference is sponsored by the College of Engineering and is organized every year by the student chapter of the Society of Women Engineers. This year's TOC will be held in Wiegand Gymnasium and Rangos Ballroom on September 28 - 30, 2015 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. September 28 and 29 are for IT recuiting, and September 30 will be for non-IT recruiting. 

Event details

Attending companies — See who will be at the TOC

Booth directory — Booth numbers and locations

Schedule of events — In addition to the conference itself, there are numerous networking breakfasts and other events.

Contact us — We're ready to answer your questions.

Pre conference workshops

TOC Prep Workshop
Thursday, September 24
5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Hamerschlag Hall 1107

Hosted by IEEE and Ray Mizgorski from the Career and Professional Development Center, this pre-conference workshop will guide you on:

  • Conducting company research
  • Following-up after an interview
  • Perfecting your elevator speech

Let's Talk!
Sunday, September 27
12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Gates Hillman Center

The School of Computer Science and Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering present Let's Talk! This one-day career event provides a unique opportunity for more individualized meetings with undergraduate students in SCS and ECE.

We face abundant challenges and recognize the big problems in need of answers. But when you put us all together, we find the best and most far-reaching solutions and the right  people to accomplish the job. SCS & ECE share and connect through the Computer and the critical Engineering involved. So do Companies. We approach the machine and the sciences of computing and hardware from our various and unique perspectives and needs. But our faculty and students work and study across divisions, as computing and engineering have no singular master. Our best ideas come from working together.

We invite companies to join us in our academic homes and to see where we learn, conduct research, explore our fields, and grow as scientists, engineers and individuals.

Let's Talk about careers, getting jobs, your work, our work, job realities

Let's Talk with our ECE & SCS undergraduate students and see what they are doing

And Let's Talk about the excitement ahead

We look forward to meeting you and, yes, talking!

For additional Information and to register, please contact:, 412.268.8525