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From the Director
Thank you for your support of the MIT Sloan School of Management. I am very pleased to present the 2009–2010 MBA Employment Report, which reflects the continued strong demand for our graduates and students. We remain grateful to our recruiting partners, alumni, faculty, and friends for their ongoing support of the School, especially during these challenging economic times. This past year has again proven to be a successful year for our MBAs in their job search process. They have fared very well in securing full-time and internship employment in extremely competitive industries and diverse job functions. The largest hiring industries continue to be consulting and financial services firms, with 70% of graduates accepting a full-time opportunity in the service sector. Students also accepted positions in High Technology, Pharmaceuticals/Biotechnology and Media/Entertainment. Over 25% of students accepted opportunities in the manufacturing sector. Consulting/Strategic Planning and Finance topped the list of job functions selected by MIT Sloan students and graduates. We continue to see, however, a diversification of interest including Operations/Project Management, Marketing, Business Development, and Leadership Development Programs. The Career Development Office remains committed to connecting students with opportunities resulting in approximately 80% of graduates finding full-time work through the School. We strive to provide a variety of methods for our recruiting partners to reach our students, from scheduled interviews on and off campus, to a resume database, to job postings, and an annual spring career fair. We provide personalized services to meet the needs of the wide variety of firms that recruit at MIT Sloan. Whether you are looking to hire one summer intern or ten full-time employees, hiring an MIT Sloan MBA for your organization is always a great investment. Our goal is to be the school of choice for MBA hirers, and we are committed to making your recruiting experience both positive and productive. Sincerely, Jacqueline Wilbur Director Career Development Office

Accuracy in Reporting Employment Statistics The MIT Sloan School of Management adheres to the MBA Career Services Council (MBA CSC) Standards for Reporting MBA Employment Statistics (mbacsc.org). Conformance to this business school industry standard ensures accurate and comparable employment data. Currently, the majority of the leading MBA programs adhere to these accepted reporting standards. MIT Sloan takes a leadership role to promote the importance of accurate and comparable employment and salary statistics to prospective students and employers.

Employers Hiring Members of the Classes of 2009 and 2010
3Play Media 3V SourceOne Capital A.T. Kearney Accenture Acciona Energy, NA Activision Adaptive Optics Associates Adobe Adtuitive Aetna Airvana Akuo Energy Alstom Amazon.com* American Airlines American Express Company Amgen* Amorrosa.com Analysis Group Apollo Group Apple APRA-E / Department of Energy ArcLight Capital Partners Arnold Worldwide Aspen Technology Associated Physicians of Harvard Medical Faculty Physicians Athletes’ Performance Audi Axia Associates Bain & Company Bain Capital Banco Penta Bank of America Barclay’s Capital BASIX Ltd Batterymarch Financial Management Bayer BCG Beacon Capital Partners Bechtel Better Place Biofilica Investimentos Ambientais Biogen Idec BlackRock Solutions BlueTweet BMW BNP Paribas Boehringer Ingelheim Boeing* Booz & Co Booz Allen Hamilton Boston Scientific Braemar Energy Ventures Brainloop Inc British Telcom Cargill India Celanese Century Capital Management Cisco Systems* CITI Clarion Healthcare Consulting Clearwell Systems ClickDiagnostics Consensus Securities Converse Corbin Capital Partners Cornerstone Research Covance Credit Suisse Cross Country Group CSMG CVS Caremark CypressTree Investment Management D.light Design Dadoo y Asociados DataXu Dell* Deloitte Consulting Demandware Deutsche Bank DPDHL Consulting GmbH e2e Materials Earth Institute EBay Education Pioneers EFG Eurobank EMC Emerging Capital Partners Emerson Electric Environmental Defense Fund Eurasia Capital Management Evelyn and Walter Haas Jr, Fund EventBrite Expedia.com ExxonMobil Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Fidelity First Act Flybridge Capital Partners Fondo de Fondos Frankel Group Galpin Motors GateRocket Gateway Gulf Genentech General Dynamics* General Electric Genstruct Genzyme Corporation* GetSatisfaction Globespan Capital Partners Glotech Corporation Goldman Sachs Google Gotham Consulting Partners Grace Club Resorts HAL Investments — Pearle Latam Harrah’s Entertainment Hewlett-Packard HiveFire Hosting.com HubSpot IAC InstantAction IBM Corporation IDG China Media Fund Infosys Inmost Partners Innovative Engineering Solutions In-Q-Tel Intel* Intuit Isramco Jane Capital Partners JobStreet.com Johnson & Johnson JPMorgan Chase Katzenbach Partners Khazanah Nasional Berhad KiOR L Capital Partners L.E.K. Consulting Launch Capital Lemnis Lighting / Tendris Holding B.V. Liberty Mutual Limited Brands Lincoln Renewable Energy LinkedIn Lockheed Martin Loomis, Sayles & Company Los Alamos National Laboratory Lufthansa Madison Park Neighborhood Development Corporation Madison Parker Capital Mall Networks MAN Latin America Massachusetts General Hospital Massachusetts Institute of Technology McKesson McKinsey & Company McNally Capital Medical Capital Advisors Medtronic Meirc Training & Consulting Merck Microsoft Corporation Millipore Mitsubishi Corporation Mobshop Monitor Group Morgan Stanley Mubadala Muller Group International Nashton Partners National Renewable Energy Laboratory National Securities New Atlantic Ventures New Sector Alliance Newell Labs Next Step Living NHNUSA.INC Novartis* Novell NSTAR OC&C Strategy Consultants Onset Technology Opera Solutions Opinno Optimal Decisions Group Oracle Pacific Gas and Electric Pacific Investment Management Company Parthenon Group PayPal Pearson Penjing Asset Management Peppers & Rogers PepsiCo Playdom Primet Precision Materials Principia Management Group Procter & Gamble Prudential Financial Putnam Investments QD Vision Qiming Ventures Raytheon Company* Realty Capital Partners Recology Red Kite Resolute Marine Energy Results Capital Partners Reykjavik Energy Rio Grande Valley Vipers Roland Berger Strategy Consultants RSA Security Safra Bank Salesforce.com Salicor Samsung San Francisco Symphony Sanford Satmex Schlumberger Schoolhouse Partners Sealed Air Corporation Sears Holdings Seventh Generation Shell International Shire Human Genetic Therapies Siemens Sonitec Sotreq Southern California Edison Spirit Aerosystems* Standard Chartered Stanford Persuasive Technology Lab Staples State of Florida Division of Emergency Management State Street Global Advisors Stop & Shop Summit Blue Consulting Symantec Corporation Taiyo Pacific Partners Tap ‘n Tap Target Corporation TechnoServe Tegu Telefonica Tetraphase Pharmaceuticals TripIt True Ventures Tudor Investment Corporation UBS Financial Services UDD Venture Program United Airlines United Nations United Technologies Corporation* University of California US DOT Vela Systems Veraxia Verizon Vlingo VMware Volkswagen Walt Disney Company Washington Post Company Whirlpool Wordstream XL Hybrids Yahoo! Yola Zeo Zeus Capital

*LGO Partner Company

Bold red = Employers hiring three or more MIT Sloan students for full-time or summer positions

MIT Sloan MBA

Class of 2009
Class Profile
Number of Candidates U.S. Citizens Women 64% 36% Non-U.S. Citizens 30%

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392

Median GMAT Score

710 28 5

Median Undergraduate GPA (out of 4.0) 3.5 Average Age at Entry to MIT Sloan Average Years of Full-Time Work Experience Prior to MIT Sloan

Class of 2009 Employment Profile 2
Number Seeking Employment Not Seeking Employment Continuing education Company sponsored or have been employed as student Starting own business Job search postponed Other reason(s) for not seeking No Information Available Total Graduates 295 70 1 39 20 6 4 28 % 75.1 17.8 0.3 9.9 5.1 1.5 1.0 7.1

393 100.0

Full-Time Employment Overview 3
Mean Base Salary Median Base Salary Range of Base Salary $106,536 $110,000 $9,000 – 165,000

Top Hirers of Class of 2009
McKinsey & Company Bain & Company BCG 8 7 6 6 10 24 graduates Microsoft 6 Cisco Systems Fidelity 5 Goldman Sachs 5 L.E.K. Consulting 5 United Technologies Corporation 5 5

Deloitte Consulting Amazon.com Apple 6 Barclays Capital

1. Class profile (as of matriculation) and employment statistics (as of graduation) include information for MBAs and students in the joint MBA/Leaders for Global Operations program. 2. All information based on data reported by students. 3. Full-time employment statistics based on job acceptances. 92.7% of reported acceptances included usable salary information.

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Class of 2009 Base Salary by Industry
Percent Mean 1 Median range

Service industries Consulting Investment Banking Software/Internet Investment Management Diversified Financial Services Retail VC/PE/Hedge Fund Media/Entertainment Service: Other Manufacturing Industries Computers/Electronics Automotive/Aerospace Pharmaceutical/ Healthcare/Biotechnology Oil/Energy Telecommunications Consumer Packaged Goods Transportation/Equipment/ Defense Manufacturing: Other Government/Nonprofit Other

70.3 33.2 11.3 10.1 4.9 3.2 2.8 2.8 0.4 1.6 26.6 7.7 4.5 4.0 3.6 2.4 1.6 1.6 1.2 0.8 2

$108,342 117,698 98,696 103,543 103,636 100,800 107,857 79,786 —2 77,667 $103,742 111,311 108,182 94,889 96,714 110,000 91,500 100,875 — — $91,000

$110,000 $26,400 –165,000 125,000 100,000 110,000 100,000 95,000 110,000 100,000 — 90,000 $110,000 120,000 110,000 100,000 100,000 115,000 86,000 115,000 — — 26,400–165,000 80,000–155,000 50,000–127,000 85,000–135,000 87,600–120,000 95,000–110,000 50,000–100,000 — 47,000– 96,000 $9,000 –135,000 9,000–133,000 93,000–130,000 73,000–135,000 55,000–135,000 86,000– 97,000 63,500–115,000 — —
30.4

Top Industries
Consulting High Technology* Investment Banking 37.2 20.2 18.5 14.6
2008

75,000–130,000

33.2

2009

11.3

$86,000 $70,000 – 93,000

1. All salary data based on reported compensation. 2. Dash indicates fewer than three people or less than 1% reported salary information.

* Includes Computers/Electronics, Software/Internet and Telecommunications

Class of 2009 Base Salary by Job Function
Percent Mean Median range

Top Functions
Consulting/Strategic Planning Finance Operations/Project Management* 40.6 27.2 26.1 8.4
2007

Consulting/Strategic Planning 38.6 Finance (total) Finance/Investment Management Finance/Investment Banking Finance/Sales & Trading Finance/Other
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$116,378 97,340 105,357 92,917 94,167 92,325 105,478 102,024 108,250 100,344 83,179 100,695

$125,000 $26,400–165,000 95,000 100,000 95,000 95,000 95,000 110,000 108,000 110,000 102,000 96,000 119,780 50,000–155,000
38.6

19.6 5.7 5.7 4.1 4.1 10.2 9.8 7.7 6.5 5.7 2.0

50,000–155,000 75,000–100,000 80,000–100,000 72,000–105,000 54,000–130,000 63,000–130,000 88,000–133,000 50,000–120,000 9,000–115,000 55,000 –135,000

19.6

10.2

37.5

Operations/Project Management General Management/ Leadership Development Program Product Management/ Development Marketing/Sales Business Development Other

2009

2008

* Not a top function in 2007

1. Finance/Other includes corporate finance, venture capital and private equity.

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13.1 15.4
2007

Class of 2009 Base Salary by Geographic Location
Percent Mean Median range

north america Northeast 1 Metro Boston Metro NYC West Midwest Southwest Mid-Atlantic South Mexico rest of the World Europe including UK United Kingdom Asia Latin America and the Caribbean Africa

82.2 42.9 20.2 16.6 23.9 4.9 4.5 3.2 1.3 1.2 17.8 6.5 2.4 5.7 5.3 0.3

109,411 109,500 113,806 105,833 111,805 109,000 122,667 96,000 117,333 90,000 93,425 105,469 100,000 87,750 87,798 —2

110,000 $50,000–165,000 110,000 120,000 100,000 115,000 110,000 97,000 85,000 99,000 100,000 99,000 100,000 88,868 — 52,000–165,000 60,000–165,000 52,000–165,000 50,000–133,000 80,000–135,000 75,000–125,000 75,000–110,000 $9,000–155,000 63,500–155,000 85,000–130,000 9,000–130,000 47,000–130,000 —

123,000 120,000–125,000 115,000 110,000–127,000

1. Northeast includes states/cities beyond Metro Boston and Metro NYC. 2. Dash indicates fewer than three people or less than 1% reported salary information.

Class of 2009 Base Salary by Undergraduate Major
MajOr Percent Mean Median range

Engineering Social Sciences & Humanities Business Sciences & Mathematics

49.4 $106,275 23.9 14.6 12.1 108,659 107,148 102,864

$110,000 105,000 110,000 100,000

$9,000–155,000 54,000–165,000 63,000–135,000 50,000 –130,200

Class of 2009 Base Salary by Professional Experience
YearS Of exPerience Percent Mean Median range

One year or less More than 3 years, up to 5 years More than 5 years

3.6 38.5 40.5

$95,050 104,756 106,235 95,050

$110,000 $26,400–125,000 110,000 100,000 110,000 9,000–155,000 47,000–165,000 50,000 –135,000

More than one year, up to 3 years 17.4

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Signing Bonus Received by Job Function 1
Percent rePOrting Mean Median range

Consulting/Strategic Planning Finance/Other2 General Management/Leadership Development Program Finance/Investment Banking Marketing/Sales Product Management/Development Operations/Project Management Finance/Investment Management Finance/Sales & Trading Business Development

83.2 80.0 79.2 78.6 68.8 68.4 68.0 64.3 50.0 35.7

$22,076 $20,000 21,375 21,837 38,091 20,917 27,000 17,353 40,278 42,000 27,700 20,000 20,000 40,000 20,000 20,000 17,500 40,000 45,000 15,000

$5,000–75,000 15,000–40,000 8,000–40,000 1,500–50,000 6,000–45,000 10,000–50,000 2,500–35,000 20,000–50,000 25,000–50,000 3,500–90,000

1. 78.2% of the students reporting usable salary data reported receiving a signing bonus. Percentage represents the number of students who received a signing bonus in the job function. 2. Finance/Other includes corporate finance, venture capital and private equity.

Other Guaranteed Compensation
Percent rePOrting Mean Median range

24.9

$19,117 $15,000 $2,000–200,000

Class of 2009 Timing of Job Offers (percent of students)
At Graduation 77.6% Three Months after Graduation 87.1%

Class of 2009 Timing of Job Acceptances 1 (percent of students)
At Graduation 69.5% Three Months after Graduation 83.4%

1. Two graduates, representing 0.5% of graduates, reneged on an accepted offer; one company rescinded its offer.

Class of 2009 Reason for Accepting Position
Growth Potential 32.0% Job Function 16.8% Job Content 13.9% People/Corporate Culture 8.6% Industry 8.2% Compensation 5.7% Location 5.3% Prestige of Firm 5.3% Commitment to Sustainability 0.8% Other 3.4%

Class of 2009 Source of Job
School-Facilitated activities 80.0% Summer Internship 37.8% Scheduled Interviews On or Off Campus 26.9% Alumni 6.4% MIT/MIT Sloan Job Posting 2.8% Faculty/CDO/Student Referral 2.4% Resume Database, Resume Referral 1.6% Club Event 1.3% MIT/MIT Sloan Sponsored Events .8% Student-Facilitated activities 17.2% Contacted Directly 7.6% Personal Network 4.0% Previous Employer 4.0% Newspaper, Magazine, Job Board 1.6% Other 2.8% MIT Sloan MBA 2009–2010 Employment Report Page 7

MIT Sloan MBA

Class of 2010
Class Profile
Number of Candidates U.S. Citizens Women 64% Non-U.S. Citizens 35%

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396

36% 710 28 5

Median GMAT Score

Median Undergraduate GPA (out of 4.0) 3.6 Average Age at Entry to MIT Sloan Average Years of Full-Time Work Experience Prior to MIT Sloan

Summer Employment Profile 2
Number Seeking Employment Not Seeking Employment Leaders for Global Operations Company sponsored or have been employed as student Starting own business Other reason(s) for not seeking No Information Available Total Graduates 307 75 48 13 12 2 14 396 % 77.5 18.9 12.1 3.2 3.0 0.6 3.6 100

Summer Employment Overview 3
Mean Monthly Base Salary Median Monthly Base Salary Range of Monthly Base Salary
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$6,285 $6,500 $200–$15,000

Top Intern Hirers
McKinsey & Company Bain & Company BCG 9 6 6 Amazon.com Deutsche Bank Microsoft 6 11 13 interns Apple 4 Barclays Capital 4 Biogen Idec Hubspot 4 4

Liberty Mutual 4 Novartis 4

1. Class profile includes information for MBA students and students in the joint MBA/Leaders for Global Operations program. 2. All information based on data reported by students. 3. Summer employment statistics based on job acceptances. 77.1% of reported acceptances included usable salary information. 4. 4.4% of students reported accepting unpaid internships; reflected in mean and median calculations.

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Class of 2010 Monthly Salary by Industry
Percent Mean 1 Median range

Service industries Consulting Software/Internet Investment Banking VC/PE/Hedge Fund Diversified Financial Services Retail Investment Management Media/Entertainment Real Estate Service: Other Manufacturing industries Pharmaceutical/Healthcare/ Biotechnology Computers/Electronics Oil/Energy Automotive/Aerospace Consumer Packaged Goods Transportation/Equipment/ Defense Telecommunications Manufacturing/Other government/nonprofit Other

64.9 17.2 13.1 8.4 7.7 4.7 4.4 3.7 2.7 1.0 2.0 28.4 9.8 4.4 4.4 3.0 3.0 1.4 1.4 1.0 4.4 2.3

$6,716 8,340 5,756 7,364 4,853 7,035 7,011 7,035 4,186 —
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$7,300 10,000 7,000 7,917 4,000 7,083 8,000 8,125 5,400 — 6,300 $6,000 6,376 6,000 5,000 5,600 5,000 7,500 — — $3,360 $5,000

$500 – 15,000 1,150– 12,000 1,400– 10,000 1,000 – 9,000 1,000 – 10,000 6,400 – 8,000 500 – 15,000 1,200 – 12,000 500 – 8,000 — 2,000 – 10,000 $920 – 11,000 3,000 – 8,000 4,000 – 10,000 2,500 – 9,458 1,700 – 7,200 3,000 – 7,700 — — $1,000 – 7,000 $200 – 5,760
17.9 24.2 25.1 16.9 8.6 11.5 29.8 34.1 8.0 10.6
2007 2007

6,075 $5,899 6,049 6,288 5,609 5,858 4,780 6,056 — — $3,422 $4,032

Top Industries
High Technology* Consulting Pharmaceutical/Healthcare/Biotechnology Investment Banking

920 – 11,000
18.9 17.2

9.8 8.4

2009

2008

* Includes Computers/Electronics, Software/Internet and Telecommunications

1. All salary data based on reported compensation. 2. Dash indicates fewer than 3 people or less than 1% reported salary information.

Class of 2010 Monthly Salary by Job Function
Percent Mean Median range

Top Functions
Consulting/Strategic Planning Finance Business Development Marketing/Sales 35.8 31.5

Consulting/Strategic Planning 28.0 Finance (total) Finance/Other1 Finance/Investment Management Finance/Investment Banking Finance/Research Finance/Sales & Trading Business Development Marketing/Sales Product Management/ Development Operations/Project Management General Management/ Leadership Development Program Information Technology Other 25.9 9.4 6.1 5.4 3.0 2.0 12.5 11.8 6.1 5.4 4.0 1.4 5.1

$7,206 6,547 7,021 5,312 7,436 4,733 7,099 4,561 5,597 6,444 6,077 5,621 4,880 6,434

$8,000 7,500 7,000 5,000 8,000 4,000 7,916 5,000 6,000 7,000 6,400 6,250 5,920 5,400

$200– 12,000 1,000 15,000 1,800– 15,000 1,000– 11,917 1,000– 9,000 3,000– 7,200 4,600– 8,000 500– 10,000 500 – 10,000 2,500– 8,000 1,760– 10,500 2,500– 10,000 1,178– 6,500 3,500 – 12,000

28.0 25.9

12.5 12.7

2009

2008

1. Finance/Other includes corporate finance, venture capital and private equity.

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11.0 11.4

7.5

16.3

Class of 2010 Monthly Salary by Geographic Location
Percent Mean Median range

north america United States Northeast1 Metro Boston Metro NY West Southwest Midwest Mid-Atlantic South Mexico Canada rest of the World Asia Europe including UK United Kingdom Latin America and the Caribbean

77.5 75.4 46.1 31.7 9.1 16.8 4.4 3.4 3.0 1.7 1.7 0.4 22.5 13.8 5.7 1.4 3.0

$6,511 6,487 6,601 6,476 7,332 5,648 7,782 7,744 6,810 5,955 7,033 —
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$6,800 6,800 7,000 6,400 7,900 6,250 9,458 6,800 8,000 6,300 6,700 — $5,000 5,000 5,000 7,500 10,000

$500–15,000 500–15,000 1,000–12,000 1,000–12,000 1,800–10,000 500–10,400 3,360–10,400 4,400–15,000 2,500–10,000 1,760–10,000 4,000–10,400 — $200–11,000 200–10,833 920–10,500 6,981– 8,800 500–11,000

$5,456 4,939 5,347 7,760 7,338

1. Northeast includes states/cities beyond Metro Boston and Metro NYC. 2. Dash indicates fewer than three people or less than 1% reported salary information.

Class of 2010 Monthly Salary by Undergraduate Major
MajOr Percent Mean Median range

Engineering Social Sciences & Humanities Business Sciences & Mathematics

34.3 33.4 21.2 11.1

$6,660 5,672 6,657 5,951

$7,000 5,500 7,200 6,000

$200– 12,000 500– 12,000 920– 15,000 1,000– 10,500

Class of 2010 Monthly Salary by Professional Experience
YearS exPerience Percent Mean Median range

One year or less More than one year, up to 3 years More than 3 years, up to 5 years More than 5 years

2.7 17.5 39.4 40.4

$6,702 5,380 6,505 6,422

$9,458 7,000 8,800 7,917

$920 – 10,833 500 – 12,000 1,000 – 10,400 200 – 15,000

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Class of 2010 Reason for Accepting Position
Job Function 27.5% Industry 21.7% Job Content 18.6% Growth Potential 11.2% People/Corporate Culture 5.8% Location 5.1% Prestige of Firm 3.7% Compensation 2.4% Commitment to Sustainability 2.0% Other 2.0%

Class of 2010 Source of Job
School-Facilitated activities 67.2% Scheduled Interviews On or Off Campus 30.4% MIT/MIT Sloan Job Posting 16.2% Faculty/CDO/Student Referral 6.4% MIT/MIT Sloan Sponsored Event 6.4% Alumni 4.1% Club Event 1.7% Entrepreneurship Center/Lab 1.3% Resume Database, Resume Referral 0.7% Student-Facilitated activities 30.1% Personal Network 14.5% Contacted Directly 11.2% Previous Employer 4.1% Newspaper, Magazine, Job Board 0.3% Other 2.7

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MIT Sloan Career Development Office

Contact Information
Administration Jackie Wilbur Director jwilbur@mit.edu 1-617-258-6492 Gwen Churchill Administrative Assistant gwenc@mit.edu 1-617-253-6149 Employer Relations Tiffany Hogan Associate Director thogan@mit.edu 1-617-253-0529 Susan Kenney Assistant Director skenney@mit.edu 1-617-258-6493
Works with consulting, consumer products, nonprofit, retail, real estate, transportation/defense, automotive/aerospace, and entertainment/media organizations

Job Postings Marilyn Cronin Associate Director mcronin@mit.edu 1-617-258-6125 Career Education Workshops Sue Kline Senior Associate Director skline@mit.edu 1-617-253-3946 MBA Program Debbie Berechman Executive Director dberech@mit.edu 1-617-253-5160

Corporate Relations Dave Weber Director dweber@mit.edu 1-617-253-7161 Leaders for Global Operations Don Rosenfield Director donrose@mit.edu 1-617-253-1064

Kerri Paris Assistant Director kparis@mit.edu 1-617-253-8944
Works with banks/ diversified financial firms, high technology and biotechnology, pharma/ healthcare, oil/energy, and telecommunications organizations

Danielle Anger Recruiting Coordinator d_anger@mit.edu 1-617-324-1017

MIT Sloan School of Management
Career Development Office Tang Center for Management Education 70 Memorial Drive, E51-203 Cambridge, MA 02142-1347 Phone: 1-617-253-6149 Fax: 1-617-253-0226 http:/ /mitsloan.mit.edu/cdo