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It’s never too late to start thinking about your career goals. Working as an intern is one of the best ways to gain professional experience, boost your resume, and make important industry connections. These will all help you stand out after graduation in a highly competitive job market.

For Students

Learn about internship and job opportunities by: 

Prepare and review your resume by consulting the Resume Guide and visiting Career Services. If you've never made a resume, a template is available here, you can make your own resume from scratch, or you can use a resume builder online or through a word-processing application. 

For Employers

If you are an employer or organization who would like to hire an intern majoring in Mechanical, Civil, or Electrical and Computer Engineering or Computer Science, please contact the Computer Science and Engineering Internship Coordinator or CMU Career Services.

  • The Internship Coordinator can post your position announcement here on our website, distribute the information to our students, and post physical copies on campus.
  • Career Services can work to connect you with our students through e-mails and through notifications on Handshake, our online platform that connects employers with students. As an employer or organization, once you have registered on Handshake, you can post internships and jobs on the platform to recruit CMU students.



Sarah Lanci, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering

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