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Welcome to the Employers page!

MIT has some of the best and brightest minds the world has to offer. We’re here to help you get connected with them — whether you’re a new start-up recruiting at MIT for the first time, or a gold member of our Employer Connection Program. The information and tools you need are at your fingertips. If you can’t find what you’re looking for or you need any help, email our Employer Relations team.

Recruiting at MIT – Hybrid Approach for the 2022-23 Academic Year

We are inviting employers back on-campus for the fall 2022 semester, and look forward to supporting all employers whether they plan to recruit on-campus or remotely this coming year.

Blending computing with other disciplines at MIT

The Common Ground for Computing Education is facilitating collaborations to develop new classes for students to pursue computational knowledge within the context of their fields of interest.

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The 10 best global universities of 2022, according to US News and World Report

MIT has been named to the number 2 spot in U.S. News & World Report’s list of the best universities in the world.

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The Pay Gap for Women Starts With a Responsibility Gap

by Laura Kray and Margaret Lee

The Covid pandemic has left women exhausted from the competing demands of work and family. According to a recent McKinsey survey of 40,000 employees of U.S. companies, women report feeling more burned out and …

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QS World University Rankings rates MIT #1 in graduate employability for 2022

MIT has maintained its no. 1 place in Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings’ Graduate Employability Rankings for 2022. Stanford University, UCLA, The University of Sydney, and Harvard University completed this year’s top five, respectively. 

The Institute received a perfect …

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How Covid-19 changed MIT’s global hackathon program and others for the better, forever

Postdoc Freddy Nguyen, former co-director of the MIT Hacking Medicine hackathon, discusses how transitioning to virtual programming during the Covid-19 pandemic shed light on how to improve hackathons going forward.

Read the full article on Forbes written by Michelle Greenwald

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Francis Borrego Senior Assistant Director, Employer Relations 
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What is a Micro-internship?

Micro-internships are short-term projects or internships where students can collaborate with employers and/or MIT alumni on …