MIT has a diverse range of career fairs, only a few of which are run by Career Advising & Professional Development. Others are managed by student organizations or academic departments. MIT students are also welcome at some fairs hosted by companies, professional organizations, and other universities. Career Fairs at MIT are open to MIT undergraduate and graduate students, postdocs, and recent alumni.
Career Fairs are just one type of recruiting activity for you to connect with employers, explore industries and learn about potential internship and job opportunities. To get the most of your career fair experience please see the following resources:
All employers participating in MIT-sponsored career fairs and recruiting activities, whether produced by CAPD or not, are expected to follow our recruiting guidelines. The following are additional resources for recruiting success at career fairs.
- Career Fair Advice for Employers
- Annual Career Fair List to plan your overall strategy
- Building your Brand at MIT
Visit our Employer page to learn more about recruiting at MIT.