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Careers Across MIT — back by popular demand on May 1

Human Resources has joined forces with MIT schools and departments, labs, and centers to bring staff the second Careers Across MIT event.

MIT’s Human Resources department has joined forces with schools and departments, labs, and centers (DLCs) to bring MIT staff the second Careers Across MIT event.

Last year, more than 400 staff attended from across the Institute. Many gave positive feedback and requested that the event be held again. Comments from participants included:

“Make sure to have this networking event every year."

“As I walked through to each table, everyone was engaged in some great conversations.”

“It was a good networking experience…It was nice to finally put a face to the name.”

A unique event for MIT staff

This event offers MIT employees a chance to network with representatives from a variety of schools, departments, labs, and centers, while exploring career opportunities and related training options.

Stop by Morss Hall in Walker Memorial (Building 50-140) on May 1 from 12 to 2 p.m. to:

  • See how others are advancing their careers through social media
  • Talk to members of the Employee Resource Groups and Working Group for Support Staff Issues about their organizations
  • Learn more about the services that the Work-Life Center provides
  • Network with representatives from MIT schools, departments, labs, and centers
  • Ask an Administrative Officer or a Financial Officer about their work
  • Ask a Human Resources Officer about their role
  • Find out how to access career counseling or use MIT’s Tuition Assistance Plan

Representatives from the following DLCs will be on hand to share information about their work, services, and types of positions in their areas:

  • Alumni Association
  • Division of Student Life
  • Environment, Health and Safety Office
  • Facilities
  • Information Systems and Technology
  • Libraries
  • Lincoln Laboratory
  • Media Lab
  • MIT Medical
  • Office of the Dean for Graduate Education
  • Office of the Dean for Undergraduate Education
  • Office of Sponsored Programs
  • Office of the Vice President for Finance
  • Public Service Center
  • Resource Development
  • Security and Emergency Management Office
  • School of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences
  • Sloan School of Management
  • School of Engineering
  • School of Science

For more information contact Elizabeth Hawley at or 617-253-7689.

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