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Exploring Careers Across MIT

Interested in learning more about career paths at MIT but don’t know where to start? Join your colleagues on Tuesday, May 7 for Careers Across MIT, to be held between 12 p.m. and 2 p.m. in Morss Hall at Walker Memorial (50-140). This unique event offers employees a chance to network with representatives from a variety of departments, labs and centers (DLCs), while exploring opportunities and various career development options available at the Institute.

Representatives from several DLCs will be on hand to share information about their work/services and types of positions in their area. You'll learn about how colleagues are advancing their career through social media, and can receive information on job functions including administrative assistant, administrative officer, financial officer and human resources.

For more information, contact Elizabeth Hawley at, or 617-253-9371.

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