Career Services

Since its inception, the MIT Supply Chain Management (SCM) program has graduated more than 500 supply chain professionals, who work around the globe for leading manufacturers, retailers, consultancies, and others. Our dedication to innovation in Supply Chain begins with our educational programs and corporate partnerships. We continue this commitment by actively recruiting students into industry-leading jobs. MIT SCM graduates join an esteemed group of alumni and forge deep connections with their cohorts during the 10-month program. Not only they make great friends and future colleagues, they leave with a life-pivoting experience and career launch pad.


Career Services for MIT SCMr Students

The small cohort at MIT SCM receives personal career coaching and job search support. During Orientation, we review stages of career development and go full-steam on recruiting preparation.

2017 SCM Employment Report

Explore the recent employment data from the SCM Class of 2017.

Services include:

  • On-site employer info sessions, networking events, and job interviews
  • Proactive development of recruiting opportunities for students
  • Self-assessment and goal setting
  • Resume and cover letter critique
  • Mock interviews
  • Elevator pitch practice
  • Guidance on networking, salary negotiation
  • Career counseling

Additional Resources:



SCM Alumni Network

Active group that serves as career research and advising resources, often returning to recruit and speak on their field or employers.



SCALE Alumni Job Board

Accessible exclusively to SCALE (SCM and its global network) alumni, the job board lists rewarding positions for seasoned supply chain professionals. The link to it is in the SCALE Alumni Newsletter.



MIT Career Services

Global Education & Career Development (GECD) guides all students as they explore and prepare for careers, global opportunities and health professions.



MIT Alumni Network

MIT alumni have access to an exclusive array of resources including the online alumni directory and career tools.

Graduates have stepped into roles such as:

  • Manager of Logistics
  • Global Supply Chain Manager
  • Senior Consultant
  • Senior Program Manager
  • Operations Manager
  • Enterprise Improvement Associate
  • Senior Product Manager
  • Director of Innovation and Development

Selection of Companies that have recruited and/or sponsored a thesis with MIT SCM


  • Ford Motor Company
  • GM
  • Tesla Motors
  • SpaceX


  • Biogen
  • Genentech
  • GlaxoSmithKline
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • Merck
  • Roche


  • ExxonMobil
  • Schlumberger


  • AlixPartners
  • A.T. Kearney
  • Bain
  • Boston Consulting Group
  • Deloitte
  • End-to-End Analytics
  • Manhattan Associates
  • McKinsey
  • PA Consulting
  • PriceWaterhouseCoopers
  • Strategy& (Formerly Booz)


  • AB InBev
  • Blue Apron
  • General Mills
  • Kraft Heinz
  • The Hershey Company
  • Mars, Inc.
  • Niagara Bottling


  • Facebook
  • Google
  • Microsoft
  • Resilinc


  • 3M
  • ABB
  • Adidas
  • Apple
  • Cintas
  • Converse
  • Cummins
  • Flex
  • Gap Inc.
  • Intel
  • GE
  • Kiva Systems
  • Nike, Inc.
  • Procter & Gamble
  • Samsung
  • Unilever


  • World Bank
  • World Food Programme
  • UN


  • Amazon 
  • B2W 
  • Walmart 
  • Wayfair


  • Caliper
  • C.H. Robinson
  • Coyote Logistics
  • OnProcess Technology
  • Uber 


Looking for a supply chain professional to join your team?

Be first in line!

SCM offers many ways to hire its outstanding students. While the traditional method of conducting an on-campus presentation and interviews is an effective form of recruitment, it is not the only way of targeting our cohort. We can work with your company individually and customize a recruitment plan that would fit into your plans. 

If you would like to learn more about recruitment options of current students or SCM alumni, please contact

Resume BookResume Book

Contains full resumes for each student


Student Profile Book

Contains student headshots, profiles, and interests.

2017 SCM Employment Report

See our Employment Report on our students and who recruits with us. Explore the recent employment data from the SCM Class of 2017.

Recruiting Options

Resume Drop: Hiring firm provides a job description and interested students submit their resumes.

On-Campus Info Session/Interviews: Hiring firm provides lunch/evening presentation to students. Private interviews in breakout rooms follow in the afternoon or next morning.

Social Mixers/Receptions: Network with students in a low-key environment at a local venue.

Skype Interviews: Can be arranged with students from SCALE programs and conducted in the SCM Skype interview room.

Resume Book: View the current cohort of students resumes.


Recruiting Calendar

August and early September: 
Presentations by partner companies sponsoring MIT SCM master thesis projects.

September to Mid-December: 
Recruiting of MIT SCM and SCALE students open for all companies by appointment.

SCALE students from Spain, Malaysia, and Latin America arrive at MIT. Open recruiting by appointment available for MIT SCM and SCALE students.

Recruiting of MIT SCM and SCALE students open to all companies by appointment.



Get Involved
Companies who join the Supply Chain Exchange program at the MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics are eligible to sponsor SCM master thesis projects. This increased exposure to the students can improve your recruiting effectiveness.

Contact Katie Date, or +1 617-253-5239, for more information.