New career advisor for MIT grad students


June 30, 2014

Jake Livengood starts the week of June 30 as Global Education and Career Development (GECD)’s new career advisor for MIT graduate students. He will be available by appointment through CareerBridge to meet with doctoral and graduate students needing assistance with career skills, and can help with preparation for  individual career paths. Throughout the year, Livengood will be hosting orientations, panels, and workshops with students to strengthen their career skills before entering the workforce.

Prior to his new job on MIT’s campus, Livengood had experience serving in career service roles on other college campuses: Framingham State University, Boston University School of Management, the University of Nevada – Las Vegas Harrah Hotel College, and Loyola University. Moreover, he has taught career planning courses at Boston University’s School of Management, Loyola University in Chicago, Argosy University, and Nevada State University.

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  1. Hi,
    I am currently studying in 3rd year, civil engineering in Heriot Watt University. I will graduating in October from Heriot Watt University. I would like to know the procedure and the requirement for doing Masters in civil Engineering.
    Do i need to do Honors in civil engineering to do masters in MIT?
    If i have work experience is it sufficient enough to do masters ?

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