About The Energy Career Fair
The MIT Energy Career Fair provides an intimate environment for top caliber students with a passion for energy and companies to connect. Evolved from the Energy EXPO, which in previous years connected PhD candidates, MBA students, and undergraduates from all majors with over 10 companies, this year’s Career Fair meets the demand for hundreds of students at MIT. This year, the Fair features a diverse range of industries: clean tech, oil & gas, energy storage and management, energy consulting, etc. The event is open to all college students and post-docs in the Greater Boston area.
Energy Career Fair attendees, please print out your own name tags with dimensions 3.5 inches wide by 2 inches tall. Name tag holders will be provided at the career fair.
Is this the same event as the MIT Energy Expo?
The MIT Energy Expo held by the MIT Undergraduate Energy Club in past years was a cocktail-style networking event. We are replacing this event with a separate MIT Energy Career Fair aimed specifically at connecting MIT students to internship and full-time career opportunities within the energy industry.
Can I find an internship at the Energy Career Fair?
Yes. Many of the attending companies will be recruiting for internship positions as well as full-time job opportunities.
When is the MIT Energy Career Fair?
The MIT Energy Career Fair will be taking place on Wednesday, April 1st, 2020.
Where will the event be located?
The event will take place at the MIT Stata Center Student Street (Building 32)/32 Vassar Street.
How can I find out which employers will be attending?
The full list of companies is above under companies attending the fair.
Do I have to pre-register for the career fair?
Pre-registration for students is not required; students (with valid student ID) may show up on the day of the event to register and print name tags. However, pre-registration is highly encouraged as it allows you to be included in the resume book we will be providing for our sponsors.
Are graduate students allowed to attend?
Yes, this event is open to undergraduate and graduate students.
Is the Energy Career Fair only open to MIT students?
As an employer, where can I find more information about the event and details about sponsorship levels?
Please email email@example.com, and we can connect you with one of our team members provide you with more information.