Master of Business Analytics
The Career Development Office connects students with companies, alumni, and leaders who can help guide them toward rewarding careers. Workshops, club activities and networking events put you face-to-face with industry leaders so you can envision your future. Activities include: a 1-week immersion West Coast data science trek, dedicated one-to-one career advising, monthly analytics speaker series from industry leaders and tailored resume and Linkedin workshops.
Your CDO: Career Communities and Resources
Career activity is happening everywhere at MIT Sloan. This year, the CDO launched Your CDO to bring the many sources of career activity together in one place. Your CDO connects you with career advice, events, clubs, resources, and job postings, customized by your program and career interests.
Your CDO features 12 industry and affinity communities, as well as an MBAn career community. Through Your CDO, you will have access to top company databases and a vast collection of industry guides, AI resume and LinkedIn profile tools, interview preparation tools, and targeted career resources just for MBAn students.
Career Advice to Build Your Professional Life
Your MBAn advisor is focused solely on students in the MBAn program, and curates an educational experience to help you succeed in the market.
Your advisor leads small-group career skill sessions and one-on-one personalized advising sessions to guide you in learning about career skills and career paths, identifying and building on areas of strength, and developing a successful career strategy.
We believe that you are the CEO of your own career, and our goal is to help you understand how your unique talents can guide you in leaving your own unique fingerprint on the future of business.
When you graduate, MIT Sloan continues to offer career support to you as an alumni through in-person or remote advising sessions, career events and webinars, and career resources for experienced alumni. Held each April, the MIT Sloan Career Fair offers students a unique opportunity to network and interview with numerous companies in a single day.
Analytics Speaker Series
Held monthly, the Analytics Speaker Series invites data scientists from the most renowned companies in the world to come meet and present to our students. These speakers are leaders and innovators from companies like Salesforce, Microsoft, Citizen’s Bank, Quantum Black, Unilever, Stitch Fix, Oscar Health, Bain and Company, and more.
West Coast Trek
The West Coast Trek is an opportunity for students to explore and understand the data science industry firsthand. During this immersive experience, analytics students meet with industry leaders who represent some of the most prestigious companies in the world. By trip’s end, students leave with a clearer idea of the various career paths and working environments they can expect once they leave MIT Sloan. This week-long trek includes networking events with alumni and industry leaders, visits to companies from Seattle to Silicon Valley, and the opportunity to connect socially with peers.
Past Trek host companies include Amazon, Boeing, Blue Origin, Nordstrom, Microsoft, Google, Zillow, Nintendo, Uber, Gap, Netflix StubHub, Tesla, and Facebook/Instagram.
MIT Sloan student clubs organize many activities that bring students together with corporate leaders. These activities range from single-day events, such as visits from guest speakers in classes or seminars, to more involved trips to companies’ headquarters to meet with executives. Clubs are a great way to learn more about industry interests and network with the greater MIT Sloan Community.
Explore Opportunities: Company Presentations and Networking Events
On-campus recruiting and networking events provide an excellent opportunity for employers and students to connect. MIT Sloan attracts a range of well-known companies, allowing students to explore numerous career opportunities in technology, management consulting, financial services, healthcare, energy, manufacturing, retail and more. Through company presentations, office hours/coffee chats, industry events, and networking events sponsored by the Career Development Office, the MIT Master of Business Analytics Program, and other teams at MIT, students will have the chance to explore industries and sectors they may not have considered before.
MIT Career Fair
In September, MIT’s largest career fair is a valuable opportunity to network with hundreds of companies.
MIT Sloan Career Fair
Held each April, the MIT Sloan Career Fair offers students a unique opportunity to network with growing companies who are seeking to fill new opportunities.
MIT Analytics & Data Science Career Night
Held each February, this unique hybrid career fair / networking night aims to bring together diverse disciplines from MIT graduate student body with some of the most cutting-edge data science and business analytics companies in the world. The event is organized by the MIT Sloan Master of Business Analytics program.