Alumni and parents play a crucial role in shaping students' experiences at MIT. Alumni can serve as career advisors and educational counselors, and they can host students for externships. Parents can get involved by volunteering with the Parent Connectors or the Parents Fund Committee and visiting during Family Weekend.
Impact students' lives by serving as career advisors, educational counselors, and liaisons between MIT and your home community.
The Institute Career Assistance Network program gives you the opportunity to advise students and connect to the Institute. To learn more, visit the Alumni Association website.
Invite a student to join your company for an externship, which typically spans one to four weeks. To learn more, visit the Alumni Association website.
Educational Counselors (ECs) work with the Office of Admissions to recruit students for MIT's freshman class. To learn more, visit the Alumni Association website.
Learn more about volunteering with the Parent Connectors and the Parents Fund Committee.
Stay connected to the institute by joining the MIT Parents Association mailing list.
Plan to visit campus during Family Weekend, a campus-wide event that supports students and offers parents a taste of the MIT experience.