Recruiting Calendar 2014-2015 Recruiting Calendar Week of Jun. 2 Career Development Office confirms recruiting date requests for 2014-2015 academic year Aug. 6 Job descriptions for full-time positions for fall recruiting due Sept. 2-3 Registration, first day of classes Sept. 8 Job applications for full-time employment are due to companies Week of Sept. 15 Resume database for full-time job seekers available Sept. 19 Student holiday – no classes or recruiting Sept. 23 Networking Night at MIT Sloan (Second-year MBA, Master of Finance, Master of Science in Management Studies, MIT Sloan Fellows, and Executive MBA students) Sept. 29-Dec. 5 Company presentations for all MBA, Master of Finance, and Master of Science in Management Studies students (Wednesday presentations begin at 7 p.m.) Sept. 29-Dec. 5 Full-time recruiting begins (Leaders for Global Operations recruiting Oct. 27-31) Oct. 10 International presentations for first-year MBA students Oct. 13 Columbus Day - no classes or recruiting TBD New York Finance Day Oct. 14-17 Midterms for first-year MBA students Oct. 20-24 MIT Sloan Innovation Period* - no presentations Oct. 23-24 Oct. 27 Resume database for first-year MBA students available Nov. 7 Job descriptions for summer internships due Nov. 10-11 Veteran's Day - no classes or recruiting Week of Nov. 10 Resume database for summer internship available Nov. 27-28 Thanksgiving - no classes or recruiting London Banking Summit Dec. 1 Job applications for summer internships may be accepted by companies Dec. 5 Second-year MBA summer employer offer acceptance deadline Dec. 10 Last day of classes Dec. 15-19 Final exams 2015 Jan. 5-Mar. 6 Summer internship recruiting begins (Priority will be given to banks the week of Jan. 5-9) Jan. 9 Full-time offer acceptance deadline (or 15 business days from offer date, if later) Jan. 19 Martin Luther King Day — no classes or recruiting Feb. 2-3 Registration, first day of classes — no recruiting Feb. 4-Mar. 6 Full-time recruiting continues Feb. 6 Summer internship offer acceptance deadline (or 15 business days from offer date, if later) Feb. 16 Presidents’ Day - no classes or recruiting Mar. 16-19 MIT Sloan Innovation Period* Mar. 23-27 Spring Break Mid-April MIT Sloan Masters’ Career Fair Apr. 20-21 Patriots’ Day - no classes or recruiting Early May Companies may request recruiting dates for 2015-2016 academic year May 14 Last day of classes May 18-22 Final exams Week of Jun. 1 Career Development Office confirms recruiting dates for 2014-2015 academic year Jun. 5 Commencement Sept. 9 Registration, first day of classes for 2015-2016 academic year *Sloan Innovation Period is an week of experiential learning and exposure to faculty research through seminars, workshops, and activities. During October Sloan Innovation Period, full-time recruiting interviews may take place, however, company presentations may only take place after 6 p.m. Definition of Schedules: Invite-Only Schedules Open for Bid Schedules Multiple Schedules On-Campus Interview Schedules Finalized Interview Schedules Invite-Only Schedules: Students are chosen to interview from submitted cover letters and resumes and/or through the resume book. You provide the CDO with a list of students you want to interview. For full-time recruiting, the lists are accepted beginning in mid-September and continue on a rolling basis. For MBA internship recruiting, invitation lists are accepted beginning in mid-December and continue on a rolling basis. Open for Bid Schedules: These schedules apply to internship recruiting schedules only. First-year MBA students are selected through a bidding system that gives priority to candidates most interested in your internship openings and who meet the mandatory requirements specified in your job description. If you have open for bid schedules, your invite lists will be due to the CDO Recruiting Team eleven business days before your scheduled interview date. (See invite only schedules, above). Multiple Schedules: For MBA internship recruiting only: if your company offers more than one schedule per job opportunity, we require 25 percent of one full schedule to be an open for bid schedule. On-Campus Interview Schedules The number of students interviewed per schedule or room (one schedule = one room) depends on the length of the interview. Choose the appropriate schedule based on the number of students you want to interview and your desired interview length. Finalized Interview Schedules The CDO will e-mail you an interview schedule no later than two business days before your interview date. Interview Length Interviews per schedule Start/End Time 30 min. 12 8:30 a.m. – 4:15 p.m. 45 min. 9 8:15 a.m. – 4:15 p.m. 60 min. 6 8:30 a.m. – 3:45 p.m. 30 min. back-to-back* 12 (minimum two interviewers) 8:30 a.m. – 3:45 p.m. 45 min. back-to-back* 10 (minimum two interviewers) 8:00 a.m. – 4:45 p.m. * Back-to-back schedules allow a student to have two consecutive interviews, one directly after another, with two different recruiters from your firm. Two rooms must be reserved for back-to-back interviews.