MIT HR Programs
- MIT Administrative Assistants Program (MITAAP): Provides administrative assistants the opportunity to build confidence and influence the work.
- Essentials of Managing: Prepares new managers for their core responsibilities in managing people at MIT.
- Managing for Excellence: Develops experienced managers’ strengths in managing individuals and groups at MIT.
- Leader to Leader (L2L): Builds MIT’s internal leadership through this nationally recognized program.
MIT HR Workshops
MIT offers interactive, instructor-led workshops to learn and practice new skills, problem-solve, and build your MIT network.
- Pivotal Conversations(September 25)
- Writing a Great Resume and Cover Letter(September 26)
- Assertive Communication(October 2)
- How to Stand Out in a Job Interview(October 3)
- Everyday Leadership(October 11)
- Inclusive Practices for All Genders(October 16)
- The Hiring Process at MIT: An Overview(October 17)
- Networking Skills(October 18)
- Connect Across MIT: Create a LinkedIn Profile(October 23)
- Connect Across MIT: Networking with LinkedIn(November 1)
- Tips and Techniques for Time Management(November 6)
- Making the Unconscious Conscious: Bias(November 8)
- The Hiring Process at MIT: Interviewing Skills(November 9)
- Managing with Situational Leadership(November 28)
- Preparing and Delivering Presentations(November 28 & December 5)
- Standing Up Instead of Standing By(November 29)
- Managing Conflict In the Workplace(December 4)
- Insights Into Management(December 5 & 6)
- The Hiring Process at MIT: Interviewing Skills(December 11)
MIT HR Learning Bundles
Expand your knowledge and skills through a combination of self-paced online learning and exercises, tools for application, and a variety of additional resources.
- Communicating with Influence
- Delegating for Success
- Demonstrating Strategic Agility
- Developing Your Personal Brand
- Focusing on the Customer
- Giving Presentations with Confidence
- Implementing Proactively and Decisively
- Managing Diversity & Inclusion
- Managing Your Career Development at MIT
- Project Management
- SMART Goal Setting
Visit the MIT Learning Center to view all in-person workshops and learning bundles—on technology, communications, administration—and more.
Online Learning Resources
- Administrative Officer/Financial Officer (AO/FO) Learning Resource: Provides online access to an array of courses designed to develop the skills and competencies important to carrying out financial and administrative oversight at MIT.
Take advantage of these online learning resources at no cost.
- EdX: Choose from over 1,300 courses from the world’s best institutions.
- GlobeSmart: Improve your cultural communication skills and build partnerships at MIT and beyond.
- Lynda.com: Learn a new skills at a time that works for you.
- Skillsoft: Access courses on management, communication, technology, and more.
Find articles, tools, and resources on topics that can help individuals and groups at MIT reach their goals effectively.
Susan Vogt Leadership Fellows Program
The Susan Vogt Leadership Fellows Program, sponsored by the Boston Consortium for Higher Education, is a management and leadership development program designed to foster collaboration and camaraderie in the next generation of leaders in higher education.
Career Planning and Development
MIT provides comprehensive career development services to help you think about your career and development plan at MIT, including workshops, individual counseling, career coaching and networking.
MIT provides tools and resources to guide you in your performance and development planning.