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Fall Career Fair

The MIT Class of 2013, the Graduate Student Council and the Society of Women Engineers present MIT Career Fair 2012, taking place on Sept. 21.

The MIT Career Fair, MIT's flagship recruiting event, will be the largest recruiting event of the year and the only MIT-wide career fair to be held in the fall. It is open to companies and students of all disciplines and degree programs. In past years, the Career Fair has attracted more than 300 companies and 5,000 students. The fair is part of a week-long Career Week in which companies will have several opportunities to interact with students in preferred settings.

For information about on-campus recruiting, job postings, and more, go to the Global Education and Career (GECD) site.

For more information about the Career Fair, see the Events Schedule

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