MBA alumnus Alden Mills

    • Curriculum


      From strategy and sales to early stage ventures and commercialization, our coursework is designed to bring ideas to market.

    • Faculty


      Students have access to courses across the Carnegie Mellon campus, such as top-ranked computer science, robotics healthcare.

    • Professional Clubs

      Professional Clubs

      For Entrepreneurs: Entrepreneurship & VC Club, Biopharma & Healthcare, Business & Technology, and Graduate Finance Club.


    • Networking


      Our global alumni network supports students in many important ways – mentorships, VC, competition prep,and market entry.

    • Start-up Resources

      Startup Resources

      Students work with B-school and Carnegie Mellon planning, VC and commercialization programs as well as regional incubators.

    • Start-up Successes

      Startup Success

      Discover how your dream joins alongside the companies that have have started here, spanning robotics, software, healthcare, fashion, and finance.


    • Recruiters

      Entrepreneurship Hub

      The Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship is the campus-wide hub for accessing Carnegie Mellon’s impressive resources.

    • Programs


      Explore the Swartz Fellows, Project Olympus PROBES, Innovation Fellows, annual LAUNCH events, and the many opportunities.

    • Swartz Fellows

      Swartz Fellows

      Many students seek this option, which includes a mentored internship with a top-tier VC-backed start-up in Silicon Valley.