Job boards, a resume
database, the alumni directory, online learning tools: this is just a sampling
of the many services you can take advantage of as part of the MIT Sloan alumni
network. Read below to find out how you can access these special benefits.
Leaving campus doesn’t have to mean leaving the academic environment of MIT and MIT Sloan. From podcasts and videos to online learning options and a robust selection of Executive Education courses, it’s easy to stay up-to-date with current academic activity at the Institute and the School and to further develop your skills.Read more
MIT Sloan and its corporate partners are integrating management education and management practice, giving students and researchers a deeper insight into the challenges of the marketplace while providing companies with access to the latest management research. Click here to find out more.
Alumni enjoy lifelong access to career services, including free career coaching sessions. View job postings from employers who are looking to hire MIT Sloan graduates. Post your resume in a searchable resume database. Research a variety of companies and industries. The path to finding a job starts here.
As one of the more than 120,000 members of the MIT alumni community around the world, you have access to an exclusive array of resources and discounts. Discover the many benefits of being an MIT graduate.
Visit our video library for alumni and student highlights, the latest presentations and lectures from campus, and MIT Sloan events around the world featuring faculty and School leadership.
MIT Sloan Alumni have unlimited ways to stay in touch with the School through the MIT Sloan Magazine, monthly eNews, the MIT Sloan Management Review, and more.
Follow @MITSloanAlumni to keep up with live events and get the latest news from campus and around the world.
Connect with MIT Sloan alumni and friends on our official Facebook page.
Visit our LinkedIn page to network with fellow alumni across the globe.
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