Columbia University and the Department of Computer Science provide opportunities for students to explore their career options and to prepare for their job search.
Center for Career Education
The Center provides career counseling services to current students and alumni. Students are encouraged to visit the Center as soon as they start their studies at Columbia.
The Center's services include:
- Career counseling to explore career options
- Help with resume writing and interview skills including Mock Interviews
- Career Fairs
- Providing department specific workshops
Please visit their website for more information.
Workshops at CS@CU
The Department, in conjunction with the Center for Career Education and corporate partners, conducts career-related workshops for our students. Some of the workshops that we have throughout the year are:
- Resume Writing Workshop
- Interview Skills Workshop
- Federal Jobs Workshop
- Mock Interview with a company recruiter
- Alumni Career Panel
MICE Job Postings
The Computer Science Department has its own job listings. Our students can subscribe to job announcements through the Departmental database called MICE.
Company Information Sessions
In addition to the MICE Job listings, the Department conducts company Information Sessions throughout the academic year. These Information Sessions allow students to interact with company representatives directly. Some of the companies that have held Information Sessions in the Department are:
- BlackRock Solutions
- Deutche Bank
- Goldman Sachs
- Intelligent Search Technologies
- Startup companies (Venmo, Knewton, etc)
- US Military
Life After CS@CU
The following lists show examples of the positions our graduates have landed after Columbia.
|Mt. Sinai School of Medicine||Clinical Research Assistant|
|RedHat||Software Developer Intern|
|Goldman Sachs||Technology Analyst|
|Bain and Company||Associate Consultant|
|Wireless Generation||Software Developer|
|Lockheed Martin||Software Engineer Associate|
|Morgan Stanley||Technology Training Program|
|Institution||Field of Study|
|Carnegie Mellon University||Computer Science|
|Yale University||Technical Design and Production|
|Columbia University||Computer Science|
|University of California, San Francisco||Bioinfomatics|
|University of Maryland||Computer Science|
|Amazon||Amazon Game Studios|
|Bank of America||Bloomberg|
|FactSet Research Systems||Goldman Sachs|
|Microsoft||Morgan Stanley |
|Faculty Positions||Ben Gurion University (Israel), Columbia University, Cooper Union, Dartmouth College, Duke University, Emory University, Georgia Tech, MIT, New York
University, Rutger University, Steven Institute of Technology, University of California (Davis, Irvine, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara), University of Edinburgh (UK), University of Chicago, University of Crete (Greece), University of Michigan, University of North Caroline, University of Pennsylvania, University of Texas (Austin), US Military Academy, Williams College|
|Industry Positions||Accenture, AT&T Research (scientist), Enterra Solutions (Chief Scientist & Technology Officer), Eurobank (Director of IT), Foursquare (data scientist), Goldman Sachs, Google (researcher), IBM (researcher), Microsoft (researcher), Nokia Research Center, NSA, Sandia National Labs, SRI International, Telefonica|
Alumni are important members of CS@CU community.
Some of the ways that keep alumni connected to CS@CU are:
If you are an Alum and would like us to keep you informed of upcoming events,
please contact .