Tyler Allen


He / Him

Originally from Nashville, Tennessee, Ty is a graduating senior majoring in Computation and Cognition (Course 6-9) and will be returning to MIT to pursue his Master’s in Engineering. While at MIT, Ty has participated on the varsity football team for four years, conducted research on Bitcoin and behavioral finance, and been a leading member of the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity. Professionally, Ty has interned as a product manager at multiple start-ups and even spent a year running his own marketing business in LA during 2020. Most recently, Ty has accepted an internship for the summer of 2022 as a Technology Consultant with Accenture. In his free time, Ty loves to golf, travel, and be with his friends.


What advice do you have for students attending a career fair?
I would advise students to take the time to really prepare for the career fair. This one day has countless opportunities that could help shape students’ futures. Attend information sessions, talk with upperclassmen, all students should come into the fair with a plan of how they will best take advantage of the day. Whether students are actively looking for jobs, want practice talking with recruiters, or need help shaping their resumes, I encourage students to understand their goals and know the best steps for achieving them.