Carnegie Mellon Alumni:
Alumni Network & Best Ways to Give Back to Carnegie Mellon University
Carnegie Mellon is one of the most outstanding engineering and science technology universities in the world; if you're a Carnegie Mellon alumnus who wants to give back, think about something beyond just donating to Carnegie Mellon. What if you had the opportunity to invest in Carnegie Mellon's future top startup companies?
#1 How to Begin Giving Back to Carnegie Mellon:
The number 1 thing that we can do to help you with that opportunity is to help you become a Mellon mentor for top startups and emerging dorm room founders in companies across the board, from the engineering department through the business degrees, whatever departments you're most interested in helping we can help you do that. We'll help you become a Mellon mentor through our startup investing fund.
#2 Become a Mentor to Carnegie Mellon Students:
The second thing is, to provide the opportunity to speak at CMU campus events. If you want to speak at some of the events and be a part of the undergraduate community in fostering your own leadership, we can help you do that.
#3 Invest in Carnegie Mellon Startups & Tech Companies:
The third is to invest in Carnegie Mellon targeted VC and angel investing funds. These are funds that support the CMU community only, so they're exclusive Carnegie Mellon entrepreneurs. By no means are we saying Carnegie Mellon is affiliating or endorsing these funds, just to be clear, however you as a Carnegie alum can have a direct impact. Help build the next generation of pin startups through these venture capital investments. These are absolutely 100% custom built for you the Carnegie Mellon alum or potentially someone you know. Maybe your friend or your family who went to Carnegie Mellon, so it's a great way to support the wonderful startup community at Carnegie Mellon.
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