Find a job
We’ll help you find work on campus and in the community.
All currently registered MIT students have the opportunity to work in any job on campus regardless of financial need. Our jobs board is an up-to-date place to find work both on and off campus.
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Most of our students work during the academic year both on campus and off, earning about $2,100 a term for 10 hours of work a week. MIT minimum wage is $15 an hour.
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.
By the numbers
The percentage of undergraduates who earned wages from MIT and/or Federal Work Study employment in 2021–2022.
The typical term earnings of an undergraduate working 10 hours a week.
The number of students who do paid internships in 25 countries every year through MISTI.
Key terms for job seekers
- 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 →
Our office will be closed for an Institute event on Monday, June 5, from 2:45–5 PM.