Post a Job/Internship
Use CareerBridge to Manage Job and Internship Opportunities
CareerBridge is our office's online system containing jobs, internships, events, career management tools and more. Employers using the system are able to view student resumes, post jobs and internships, search resumes, participate in career events, manage on-campus recruiting and report MIT hires.
Job Posting Fee
There is a minimum fee of $30 per job/internship posting through CareerBridge, and the fee covers 90 days of posting. Please email us to change your expiration date. If your posting will be associated with on-campus interviewing/recruiting event in our office, the $30 posting fee will be waived/refunded.
Create a CareerBridge Account:
Just follow these steps to register:
- Go to CareerBridge and select “Click here to register!”
- Once there, the system will ask you to “Find Your Organization.” Type in your organization to make sure no one else has already registered your company.
- From there, select either “Can’t Find Your Organization” or “Continue” to complete the registration form.
The GECD Careers Services Office will receive your company’s information and then approve you as an active contact. Once approved, you’ll be able to post jobs, search resumes and sign up for on campus interviews. Please allow 24 hours for approval.
Posting Your Opportunity at MIT
Just follow these steps to post a job or internship:
- Log into your CareerBridge account.
If you don't have a CareerBridge account, click on the link to register.
- Mouse over “My Jobs” and click “New Job.”
- Fill in all fields and click “Save.”
- Fill out payment info and click “Submit Payment.” *A charge of $30 is required for each posting.
- Once payment is verified, your job will be viewable to students.
Offering internships for MIT students and new graduates is an effective way to cultivate the next generation of professionals. Although many companies and organizations offer year round internships, traditionally MIT students look for full-time summer internships.
For more data about student internships read our 2011 Summer Experience Survey Results.
iNet Posts Internships for Free
iNet is an internship network that provides a shared listing of internship opportunities to students at eleven selective universities including, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Duke University, Georgetown University, Harvard University, New York University, Northwestern University, Rice University, Stanford University, University of Pennsylvania, University of Southern California, and Yale University.
All internship listings posted by employers are visible to students at those schools. Posting on iNet are free.
To post an internship on iNet, set up an account, and post your opportunity.
Hiring MIT Students During the Academic Year
If you are interested in hiring MIT students for part-time or seasonal jobs during the fall or spring semester, we suggest posting those opportunities with Student Financial Services. Many students look here for local opportunities that might coincide with their schedules.
Career Services upholds the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) position on unpaid internships. For your reference, we have included information from US Department of Labor, Internships Programs Under the Fair Labor Standards Act.