European Career Fair
MIT 24th EUROPEAN CAREER FAIR
February 22nd 2020, 9am-4pm
Johnson Athletic Center (W34), MIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts
For more information on registration and the schedule, please visit the ECF2020 website.
Want the opportunity to tap into the top-tier candidate pool participating at the ECF every year? Participate in the ECF's 2020 edition!
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Registration and résumé upload is free – we invite everyone to sign up! Students, PostDocs, young professionals from all over the US are welcome at the fair and can submit their résumé prior to the fair to be
selected for interviews.
Meet company representatives, schedule interviews, listen to information sessions and improve your application in our CV workshop!
Register early for access to employer information and the chance to get selected for interviews!!
What is the European Career Fair about?
The MIT European Career Fair (ECF) in Boston/Cambridge is an annual recruiting event, organized by members of the European Club at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Our mission is to connect top-tier US students and young professionals with European companies, universities and non-profit organizations and to inform about career opportunities in Europe.
This career fair is the largest of its kind in the United States with up to 100 attending companies and 3000-5000 registered candidates. Our candidates are students, working professionals and recent alumni of Ivy League, and renowned European and American universities. Our company participants are diverse, ranging from multinational corporations to non-profit organizations in the research/ technology as well as business and consulting sector.
Full-profit companies from recent years are amongst others:
Bayer, Roche, BMW, Shell, Volkswagen, Siemens, McKinsey, Boston Consulting Group, GE, P&G, Total, Audi, Novartis, Allianz, Munich RE, ABB, PNB Paribas, Bosch, IBM, Philips, Generali, ING, Cisco, Merck, BASF, SAP, Sennheiser, Thales Group and many more.
Our participating non-profit companies from previous years are amongst others:
The European Commission, the German Academic Exchange Service and the Max Planck Society.
Revenues of the European Career Fair were greatly used to sponsor fellowships in collaboration with MISTI (MIT International Science and Technology Initiatives) enabling MIT students to intern at European non-profit organizations. More formation on our collaboration with MISTI can be found here.