Job and Research Opportunitieshere.
Women@SCS Past InternshipsSee where other W@SCS members have interned in past summers. This can be both a networking opportunity as well as a great resource to finding out the inside scoop of working at specific companies.
Women@SCS Past Research ExperiencesSee what research experiences that W@SCS members have done in past semesters. This resource can be a good opportunity to get an insight of what kind of research you can work on.
TartanTrakThe Career Center @ Carnegie Mellon provides a comprehensive range of services, programs, and materials focusing on career exploration & decision making, skill development, experiential learning, and career placement. It is an excellent resource so it is worth spending some time exploring it! To submit your resume and apply to companies, use TartanTRAK!
Research Experiences for UndergraduatesView undergraduate research opportunities that have been brought to our attention. Summers are a great time for both undergrads and grads to gain hands-on experience in industry or through research opportunities.
Project OlympusWork with or create your own CMU-funded startup company!
Project Olympus is a new initiative designed to create and sustain Next Generation Computing innovation for Western Pennsylvania. It aims to build an infrastructure and foster a climate that will enable talent to take root and flourish in the region-and bring to fruition projects and ideas born here.
Other Job ResourcesCheck out some of these other websites for information on job opportunities.
Opportunities at Carnegie Mellon UniversityOne of the best ways to understand the applications of computer science is to learn about and get involved in the research projects being done by CMU faculty members and students.
Opportunities at Other UniversitiesExplore the various exciting (summer) opportunities available in some of the best Computer Science and Engineering universities.
Research Associations and CommitteesEspecially targeted towards research in Computer Sceince with a greater emphasis on research done by Women.