Welcome to the Master’s Students Page!

MIT Career Advising & Professional Development (CAPD) can help you explore new and exciting careers, refine your goals and objectives, work through difficult questions, and articulate your most valuable skills. Your master’s program will go by fast, so take advantage CAPD programming and learn how to productively engage in career planning, grow your own powerful networks, and communicate effectively with employers who need you on their teams.


Learn grant writing from the pros!

Please join us for a panel of MIT faculty and grant administrators as we explore the writing process and share tips and tricks for a successful grant application!

RSVP Here

By Tara Thakurta
Tara Thakurta Graduate Community Fellow
Read more

BCG Launch: A virtual peak into BCG

Ready to take your first step toward the rewarding world of Management Consulting and become a BCG Associate?  

Want to consult with the fastest-growing, prestigious, global management consulting firm in the world? Kickstart your career now and register for BCG …

By Francis Borrego
Francis Borrego Associate Director, Employer Relations 
Read more

LinkedIn releases the 2023 Veteran Opportunity report

The 2023 Veteran Opportunity Report, powered by LinkedIn data and insights,  highlights the challenges many American veterans face when entering the civilian workforce today — including low internship rates, undervalued military experience, and prevailing myths around retention.

Access the full report …

By External Source
External Source
Read more

Economics Nobel Prize goes to Claudia Goldin, an expert on women at work

Scott Horsley | NPR

Harvard University’s Claudia Goldin has won the 2023 Nobel Prize in Economics for her research on women in the labor market. She studies the changing role of working women through the centuries, and the causes of the persistent pay …

By Simona Rosu
Simona Rosu Senior Assistant Director, Postdoctoral Career and Professional Development
Read more

Chancellor’s Community Innovation Fund Is Back!

The Chancellor’s Community Innovation Fund is back!

Founded and supported by the Office of the Chancellor, the Community Innovation Fund seeks to leverage the creativity and problem-solving skills of MIT students, staff, and faculty to strengthen the fabric of our …

By Tara Thakurta
Tara Thakurta Graduate Community Fellow
Read more

Sidebar

Featured Resources

/

Comprehensive job sites that list academic positions (higher education) at all different levels and for all fields (mostly focused within …

Choosing between job offers (worksheet)

Receiving two or more job offers can be both an exciting and stressful time. Whether you are waiting to hear …

Virtual career fairs offer the opportunity for students and employers to connect in ways that transcend physical distances, at greater …

Handshake 101: What it is & how to use it

CAPD is committed to creating a welcoming, inclusive environment for everyone we serve. If you need any disability-related accommodations to …

Survival Guide for Women of Color

How to protect your bright mind from the drain of everyday racism you may encounter in academic life.