Ways to Sponsor CAPD
Donations to Career Advising & Professional Development are used to fund opportunities such as those listed below and others that assist students with each phase of their career development and global experiential learning. All employers who sponsor CAPD receive recognition on the CAPD website homepage and on our office Digital Display at no expense. MIT is a 501(c)(3) institution and gifts are tax-deductible within the limitations of U.S. federal income tax laws. To sponsor CAPD, fill out the Giving to MIT form (pdf), select CAPD out of the areas listed to support and email it to us.
Student identifies interests, personality preferences, values and skills through this online career planning system and matches their results to potential career options.
By sponsoring student access, an employer would have their logo on the masthead of the main page indicating their sponsorship. They would also be branding their organization to students early in their career search.
Career Workshops and Programs
Encompass career exploration, job search, self-assessment and graduate school-related workshops for graduate and undergraduate students, plus some additional programming. These events reach over 1000 students each year during Career Fair Prep in the Fall and Spring Semesters, and Independent Activities Period (IAP; January). The name of the event sponsor would be included in the event description on Handshake, MIT Calendar, and departmental listservs, as well as next to any food purchased for events, on flyers and handouts, and on the initial slide of presentations. Sponsorship is available for Fall/Spring semester events, Career Fair Prep programming and IAP.