Employers

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.


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

By Francis Borrego
Francis Borrego Senior Assistant Director, Employer Relations 
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Profile of MIT’s Class of 2025

Some facts and figures about the 1,184 members of the Class of 2025. See also Admissions statistics.

Gender
Male
50%
Female
47%
Another gender identity
2%
Citizenship & self-reported ethnicity*
U.S. citizens & permanent residents
Number of U.S. states represented: …

By MIT News
MIT News
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How to Help MIT Students, Postdocs, and Recent Alumni Gain Experience

CAPD has compiled the following ways that alumni, parents, and employers can partner with campus organizations and programs at MIT to help support undergraduate and graduate students, postdocs, and recent alumni.

Post Opportunities in Handshake:

If your organization has a …

By Meredith Pepin
Meredith Pepin Associate Director, Career Advising & Education
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Pay is an Absolute Value


What is the Equal Pay Working Group? 

MIT’s newly-launched Equal Pay Working Group has been working since summer 2020 to raise awareness of the issue of pay inequity.  Led by CAPD and AMITA (Association of MIT Alumnae), the group comprises students and …

By Deborah Liverman
Deborah Liverman Executive Director, Career Advising & Professional Development
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Working Against Racism Within Career Advising and Employer Recruitment

Career Advising and Professional Development (CAPD) has a responsibility to acknowledge and recognize the systematic processes that disadvantage our Black and African American students in the MIT student recruiting process.  #ShutDownAcademia on June 10th was the perfect time to say …

By Lydia Huth
Lydia Huth Communications Specialist
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Hire a MIT Micro-intern
What is a Micro-internship?

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