Summer schedule, May 30-August 26, 2022 | CAPD is remote on Fridays, hours stay the same | See our full schedule

Undergraduate Students

Explore your options. Find your place. And let us help get you there.  

CAPD helps every MIT student, regardless of their discipline or professional interest, build the skills and confidence they need to succeed. Let us help you think about your career interests and goals, and then support you through every part of the journey, from choosing a major, developing your resumes, attending career fairs, interviewing, job offers, or going to graduate and professional schools. Learn more about all of our services. 

Our expertise and reach spans industries and disciplines, and stretches across the entire MIT ecosystem, allowing us to connect students with a sprawling network of alumni, faculty, and thought leaders. Our advisors understand the career planning process and the uncertainty it can bring. Whether they’re in-person or online, providing one-time support or long-term advising, they’re committed to sharing their expertise, advice, and encouragement. 

Whether you are a first year or a senior let us help you with considering your options and developing your steps for success. 


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Max Kampelman Paid Fellowships

The Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe seeks candidates for its Max Kampelman Fellowship. The program is open to students and recent graduates with previous internship experience. Fellows work in political and military affairs, economic and environmental matters, or …

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Call for Papers: Bobby R. Inman Award for Student Scholarship

The Inman Award competition is designed to recognize outstanding research and writing by students on topics related to intelligence and national security. There is no prescribed topic, format, or length for papers submitted. The Inman Award and a $5,000 prize …

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No one-size-fits-all approach for mentorship

Daniel Korsun | Office of Graduate Education | May 3, 2022

Committed to Caring honoree Jeff Grossman strives to provide each of his students with personalized advising.

Although some of his research focuses on nanomaterials, MIT Professor Jeff Grossman makes sure that his …

By Simona Rosu
Simona Rosu Senior Assistant Director, Postdoctoral Career and Professional Development
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E-MAP Program Applications Due May 11, 2022

Through the E-Mentor Advocate Partnership (E-MAP) Program, the Office of Minority Education (OME) works closely with MIT alumni and corporate and government partners (known as the Industrial Advisory Council for Minority Education, or IACME) to promote the direct involvement of …

By Kendel Jester
Kendel Jester Career Advisor
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Wondering How To Finance Your Professional Development This Summer?

The Women of Color Professional Development Fund is for currently enrolled MIT Women of Color undergraduate students. The LBGTQ+ Professional Development Fund is for currently enrolled MIT LBGTQ+ undergraduate students.

You can apply for funding to provide you with the following resources:

Graduate …

By Alexis Boyer
Alexis Boyer Assistant Director of Graduate Student Career Services
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Search Strategies, Programs, and Internship Listings Employer Internship Listings on Handshake

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Congratulations! You’ve been accepted to law school. Now, how do you decide where to attend?

Consider the factors most important …