To safeguard the health and well-being of our entire community, CAPD has moved to remote operations, and all company presentations will be held virtually until further notice.
Companies hold presentations or receptions on or near campus to provide opportunities for students to learn about company culture, current projects and initiatives, and job or internship opportunities. Typically you can network with recruiters, and sometimes with MIT alumni that work for the company. These events are reserved for MIT students and alumni only. During the week of the Fall Career Fair, company presentations are managed by the Fall Career Fair student leaders.
Visit Handshake to view a full listing of events held by employers.
Employers: Interested in hosting a virtual presentation, tech talk, or other virutal event? Learn how to book a company presentation.
To safeguard the health and well-being of our entire community, all recruiting activities, including career fairs, will adopt a virtual format. Information on this page will be updated regularly.
MIT has a diverse range of career fairs, only a few of which are run by Career Advising & Professional Development. Others are managed by student organizations or academic departments. MIT students are also welcome at some fairs hosted by companies, professional organizations, and other universities. Career Fairs at MIT are open to MIT undergraduate and graduate students, postdocs and recent alumni.