Looking for a supply chain professional to join your team? Be first in line!
MIT’s SCM program offers several options to companies looking to connect with our 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 engaging with our cohort. We can work with your company to customize a recruitment plan that fits your needs. See our Employment Report (pdf) to learn about our student demographic and the other companies who recruit our students.
Email Len Morrison for more information on recruiting SCM students.
Companies who join the MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics’ Supply Chain Exchange program are eligible to sponsor SCM master’s capstone projects. This increased exposure to students can improve your recruiting effectiveness.
For more information on the Supply Chain Exchange program, contact Marina Dreyer: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hiring firm provides a job description and interested students submit their resumes.
Hiring firm provides lunch/evening presentation to students. Private interviews in breakout rooms follow in the afternoon or the next morning.
Network with students in a low-key environment in Cambridge or one of the cities we visit on our annual study treks (in the past we’ve held alumni/student social events in Seattle and Silicon Valley)
Presentations by partner companies sponsoring MIT SCM master thesis projects.
Recruiting of MIT SCM and SCALE master’s students open for all companies by appointment.
Students from SCALE Centers in Spain, Malaysia, Latin America, Luxembourg, and China convene in Cambridge. Open recruiting by appointment available for MIT SCM and SCALE students.
Recruiting of MIT SCM and SCALE master’s students open to all companies by appointment.