Tavi Sookhoo

Assistant Director, Career Prototypes

Tavi Sookhoo

In addition to providing career advice to MIT undergraduates, graduate students and recent alumni, Tavi also manages IAP micro-internships and the Architecture, Planning, & Design Pathway. She is always searching for new ways to help MIT students prototype their career options through internships, micro-internships, research or other experiential learning opportunities.

Tavi received an MSW from Columbia University and a BSW from New York University. Tavi was a first-generation college student and is always excited to help students figure out their next career move.

Do you collect anything? I collect spices because I love food and cooking! I especially enjoy using the spices I’ve bought during my travels.

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IAP Micro-internships for Architecture & Planning Students

Looking for a short-term project or internship over IAP? Consider a micro-internship! Build skills, connect with employers and explore a career path. Below are a few micro-internships for students studying architecture or urban planning.   

Micro-Intern: Architectural Intern (IAP & MIT …

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9 Companies That Let Your Creative Side Run Wild

If you’re looking to join a company that lets you be yourself and cultivates creativity, here are nine great organizations you need to check out. They all prioritize the free flow of ideas and allow your creative side to run wild.

1. …

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How to find a last-minute summer experience

Looking for a summer experience? Summer plans unexpectedly changed? It’s never too late! Here are CAPD’s top tips for finding an internship, job, research, or career exploration opportunity. 

We’re here for you

Our advisors are here to help, whether you …

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