WHAT WE OFFER
ENERGY BUSINESS TRACK
An academic concentration that brings together the Tepper School's path-breaking approach to business education with Carnegie Mellon's core strength in engineering to provide graduates with the ability to become leaders in the energy industry
ECTC members travel to top business schools to represent Tepper and compete in energy case competitions. We consistently participate in Duke's Energy in Emerging Markets and Michigan Ross' Renewable Energy Case Competitions, among others. ECTC is hosting the inaugural Tepper Cleantech Case Competition on October 9-10, 2020.
Prepare students for recruiting in the energy and cleantech industry through internal jobs databases, industry and alumni networks, resume reviews and best practices.
In its fifth year, CMU Energy Week 2020 convenes energy experts, CEOs and corporate executives, government officials, nonprofits, key influencers, students, and entrepreneurs for a facilitated dialogue on how to advance energy technologies and innovations around the world.
Trips to visit and network with leading companies in the industry. Past companies visited have included: Enel Green Power, Orsted, National Grid, Schneider Electric, BlueWave Solar, Greentown Labs etc.
ECTC is proud to host a regular lineup of events including Speaker Series, Happy Hours, Career Panels, Field Trips and Energy 101s.
Our mission is to (1) connect MBA students, industry professionals and Carnegie Mellon's energy innovation programs to foster interdisciplinary collaboration and (2) provide our members with the resources to learn, network and succeed in careers in the rapidly-evolving energy and cleantech landscapes
Our vision is to serve as a platform for strengthening the energy and cleantech communities across Carnegie Mellon University and Pittsburgh by connecting innovation with business leadership. We aim to support business leaders who will go on to steer the efforts of the global energy transition toward a sustainable future across the sectors of solar, wind, storage, oil & gas, power & infrastructure, energy efficiency, electrified transportation, distributed energy resources, carbon sequestration, smart grids & cities, and more.