For Students and Employers: MIT Sloan Recruiting Policies

2022-2023

MIT Sloan’s Recruiting Policies are designed to ensure fair practices for students and employers in an evolving recruiting environment, and to ensure that MIT Sloan students are able to balance academics with recruiting.

The policies are intended for all organizations affiliated with MIT Sloan’s campus and/or intending to recruit MIT Sloan students and apply regardless of the source or origin of any job opportunity or event. Affiliation is defined as any programming or recruitment activities (inperson or virtual, on or off campus) including, but not limited to: interviews, company presentations/workshops, career fairs/industry fairs, networking nights and job postings (nonOn Campus Interivew).

The policies are intended for all MIT Sloan students who engage in recruiting activities (inperson or virtual, on or off campus) during their program. These policies apply regardless of the source or origin of any job opportunity or event.  If a company pressures you to accept before our deadlines, please contact your CDO advisor right away to see what options you have for extending the deadline. It may also be helpful to know that decision deadlines are often flexible. Meet with a CDO advisor to discuss how to negotiate your deadline with the employer.

Use of the Career Development Office (CDO) and its resources is a privilege that includes both shared and individual responsibilities. If you have questions about managing your recruiting process or about these policies, please reach out to your contact at the CDO, or the Recruiting Team at cdo.mitsloan@mit.edu.