STEM Career Fair
(Formerly the Technical Opportunities Conference)
For more than 45 years, the Technical Opportunities Conference (TOC) has been the largest career fair on Carnegie Mellon’s campus, focusing specifically on employment for engineering, science, and computer science students.
We have decided to change the name to the STEM Career Fair (SCF) to more accurately depict what the event is, as well as to be more reflective of the majors that are represented at the fair.
The STEM Career Fair will continue to offer great opportunities for companies and potential employees to make connections for both full-time and summer employment.
While the STEM Career Fair is sponsored by the College of Engineering, it is open to students from all over campus who are pursuing technical studies. We welcome students from SCS, MCS, Dietrich, Tepper, Heinz, and CFA, as well as from Engineering. A variety of companies attend the SCF to match the diverse academic technical interests on campus.
The SCF starts off the recruiting season and gives students a head start in connecting with companies. Various other networking events and information sessions also surround the SCF, increasing the opportunity to make valuable relationships.
The SCF is run by the Society of Women Engineers, a student organization on campus, and is supported by the College of Engineering.