CAPD is now hiring for student Career Fair Directors and a Communications Intern

Looking for leadership experience? Interested in tech, logistics, marketing, graphic design, management, or other essential event-planning skills? Love writing social media posts, designing graphics, or crafting articles? 

Career Advising and Professional Development (CAPD) is now hiring for these student leadership opportunities

Fall Career Fair Directors

Roles include Chair; Vice Chair / Head of Logistics; Branding, Marketing, and Design Coordinator; Data Collection, Documentation, and Analysis; Employer Relations; First Year Liaison; Logistics Director; Social Media Coordinator; Technology; Treasurer 

The Fall Career Fair (FCF) Committee is comprised of 15 Student Directors working under the supervision of CAPD staff, directly reporting to the Assistant Director for Career Fairs. The committee is charged to lead efforts for organizing the fair offered in fall semester, and be expected to execute all related responsibilities for staffing and running the fair and related events. 

See the full job descriptionslearn more, and apply online

Communications Intern

Tasks include social media, graphic design, and writing 

The Communications Intern position will manage two key parts of CAPD communications: the social media channels and the student story series. Candidates should be active social media users who are interested in developing creative campaigns and curious people who would enjoy talking to unique MIT community members.  

New to these fields but want to learn more? Onboarding will include training on interviewing, blogging, and social media management skills, based on the candidate’s experience. 

See the full job description, learn more, and apply online. 

CAPD’s commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging in the workplace: 

CAPD is committed to fostering an inclusive workplace and providing excellence in service to our diverse as well as multinational student, postdoc, and alumni population. All staff members are expected to employ culturally adaptive practices in their area of expertise and contribute to an inclusive work environment.  To read more about MIT and our commitment to diversity, please visit

By Lydia Huth
Lydia Huth Communications Specialist