I hope you are doing well, as we all wait for spring to arrive soon! When I speak with many of you, I often hear questions and uncertainty about preparing for life after your degree; for example, “How can I make sure to develop the skills that I’ll need? What is it like working in different sectors? What resources on campus are available to me?” Many of you are also interested in starting your own business, and may have already begun to execute a plan. You may know that valuable professional development resources exist through the MIT Global Education & Career Development Office, academic departments, the Office of the Dean for Graduate Education, and the Graduate Student Council; entrepreneurs can find assistance via the Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship, the Technology Licensing Office, and the Venture Mentoring Service. I am also pleased to let you know of three new initiatives that will further support you...
Q: What does MITx mean to MIT students?
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Q: I need help finding a place to live off-campus. Does MIT offer any resources?
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MIT will host a Watch Party on Friday, March 16, at 8 pm in the Z Center Lobby.
Three undergrad and three grad students named to Student Advisory Committee that will assist in search.
Meet employers who are offering full time jobs and summer internships. Submit your resume via Careerbridge.
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