With your support our graduates and students secured interesting, diverse, and rewarding opportunities this past year. We remain grateful to you, our recruiting partners, alumni, faculty, and friends, for your ongoing support of the School. We are extremely pleased that the number and diversity of opportunities available to our graduates and students remain strong.
We are committed to connecting students with a diversity of opportunities—resulting in approximately 75% of graduates finding full-time work through the School (Our personalized approach to meeting the needs of the wide variety of firms that recruit MIT Sloan students and graduates ensures you will receive the attention you desire from MIT Sloan). Our goal is to be the school of choice for graduate management recruitment, and we are committed to making your recruiting experience both positive and productive. Whether you are looking to hire a junior financial analyst, mid-level manager, or senior executive, hiring an MIT Sloan graduate student for your organization is always a great investment.
Thank you for your support of the MIT Sloan School of Management.
Sue Kline & Janet Marks
Acting Co-Senior Directors
Career Development Office
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