How do I recruit students at MIT to join my startup?

The MIT Sloan E&I club has developed the E&I Club Startup Recruiting Guide that demystifies the process of recruiting students to join your startup. Check it out here.

When you are ready to put this strategy to practice, you can also take advantage of the Jobs feature on Orbit. Orbit is the one-stop-shop for MIT student entrepreneurs.

Inaugural authors of the recruiting guide: Avery Beach (MBA 2018), Khat Zorig (MBA 2018), Tom Grey (MBA 2018), and Arthur Sheyn (MBA 2017). Major kudos to the Sloan E&I club for this wonderful resource.

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