Find a job
We’ll help you find work on campus and in the community.
By the numbers
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Most of our students work during the academic year both on campus and off, earning about $1,700 a term for 10 hours of work a week.
We help you recruit talented MIT undergraduate and graduate students for jobs on and off campus.
Visit the jobs board
Off campus, part-time, and seasonal jobs are posted daily on the jobs board.
Key terms for job seekers
- The first $3,400 of your financial need is designated as self-help. This is separate from your summer earnings expectation, and you can do this through a combination of term-time work, outside scholarships and grants, or student loans.
- Community service
- A service performed by an individual or organization to benefit the public and its institutions. While the term is often used as a synonym for volunteering, community service work can be paid or unpaid.
- I-9 Form
- A U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services form that all U.S. employers are required to collect from all employees, including U.S. citizens, no later than the first day of work. More about I-9 Form →