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  • Alumni - Career Resources - MIT Sloan School of Management
    Sloan alumni have access to a range of career services provided by the MIT Sloan Career Development Office CDO through the password protected Alumni Career Resources site using your MySloan Account These services include unlimited one on one career advising an MIT Sloan Job Board and Resume Database and resources for every stage of the job search process from industry and company research to interviewing and negotiating To contact the CDO call 617 253 6149 or email mitsloancareers sloan mit edu Individual Career Advising Individual confidential career advising sessions can help you navigate your next professional step free of charge Sessions cover topics from self assessment to resumes and LinkedIn profiles to mock interviewing and negotiating offers To make an appointment email mitsloancareers sloan mit edu or call the CDO at 617 253 6149 Read More MIT Sloan Job Board Resume Database The MIT Sloan Alumni Job Board Resume Database features job postings company information and contact information specifically for MIT Sloan alumni You may also post your resume in a searchable database Login required Read more Industry Company Research The Alumni Career Resources site on MySloan allows you to research companies by industry or function and provides links to

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  • Alumni - Benefits - MIT Sloan School of Management
    Publications News Resources Give Contact Us MIT Executive MBA MIT Sloan Fellows Program MBA or SM Executive Programs and Certificates Articles Press Releases Media Highlights Expertise Guide Publications RSS Feeds Facts and Figures Campus Life Leadership Global Reach History Centennial Visit MIT Sloan Work At MIT Sloan Directory LOGIN Directory 409897 Get Involved f28707 Events 5f1864 Publications e0b413 News 00a851 Resources c83665 Give 184598 Contact Us 00000 Alumni Benefits Whether you are a new graduate or celebrating your 50 th Reunion MIT and MIT Sloan offer many benefits and ways to stay connected to the Institute and the School through special programs and exclusive opportunities with external vendors MIT Alumni Association Benefits and Services As a member of the MIT alumni community you have access to the benefits and privileges of the MIT Alumni Association including career tools access to campus fitness facilities and museums and discounts and special services Read more Lifelong Learning Corporate Connection Alumni Career Resources Alumni Benefits Video Library Resources Global Network Global Vision MIT Sloan alumni talk about the value of their experiences on campus and the global reach of the alumni network Follow Us Follow MITSloanAlumni to keep up with live events and get

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  • Alumni - Video Library - MIT Sloan School of Management
    e0b413 News 00a851 Resources c83665 Give 184598 Contact Us 00000 Video Library MIT Sloan is committed to bringing cutting edge management research and thought leadership to its alumni through conferences special presentations and events Search through our library of videos of faculty and School leadership as they share their latest work on topics ranging from entrepreneurship to the digital economy to sustainability and more Course XV Centennial Roadshow Northern California Course XV Centennial Dean Schmittlein addresses alumni in Northern California on March 18 2014 Shanghai Finance Forum Finance for the Future 2013 The Recovery Theorem Stephen A Ross Franco Modigliani Professor of Financial Economics View all videos London Finance Forum Financial System 2 0 2013 Can Financial Engineering Cure Cancer Andrew W Lo Charles E and Susan T Harris Professor of Finance View all videos Digital Economy Conference 2013 Race Against the Machine Erik Brynjolfsson Director MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy Schussel Family Professor of Management Science View all videos New York Finance Forum Financial Markets in Transition 2013 Welcome Remarks and Robert C Merton on Issues from the Financial Crisis David Schmittlein John C Head III Dean Stewart Myers Robert C Merton 1970 Professor of Financial Economics and

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  • Alumni - Annual Fund - MIT Sloan School of Management
    maximum impact for many of the School s most important initiatives and priorities by Supporting innovative new programs courses Offering fellowships to attract the best and brightest prospective students Funding groundbreaking research projects developed and led by junior faculty Expanding MIT Sloan s network of action learning labs Building the MIT Sloan alumni and student network The Dean s Circle The generosity of the Dean s Circle which includes those donors who provide Annual Fund support of 2 500 or more per year is essential in providing the School with the ability to respond immediately to new funding requests and in continuing to enhance the School s global presence Read more Reunion Class Giving Each year our reunion classes reach new heights in their commitments to MIT Sloan and in their support of the Annual Fund Read more Matching Gifts Corporate matching gifts support employees in their personal philanthropy Companies across the globe offer a way to increase the impact of your contribution to MIT Sloan Some companies also match gifts made by retirees and or spouses Click here to see if your employer will increase the impact of your donations Questions Please email mitsloangiving mit edu MIT Sloan Annual Fund Donor Profile John Mikulsky SM 73 John Mikulsky Since graduating from MIT Sloan and moving to Silicon Valley John Mikulsky has enjoyed a stimulating and varied career in high tech working in multiple industries and in different functional areas For Mikulsky the analytical approaches and tools he learned at MIT Sloan have been invaluable throughout his career While there is always a lot of intuition and judgment in dealing with business problems starting with a sound thoughtful and rigorous analysis of the facts numbers and trends puts one at great advantage says Mikulsky and I got that advantage at

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  • Alumni - Leadership Giving - MIT Sloan School of Management
    Brynjolfsson and Dr Andrew McAfee Race Against the Machine How the Digital Revolution is Accelerating Innovation Driving Productivity and Irreversibly Transforming Employment and the Economy Read More Sustainability Initiative Where social and environmental responsibility were once viewed in competition with business profit we are now beginning to understand their relationship as complementary it can be profitable to do the right thing MIT Sloan is helping show the way toward that alignment of business and societal goals This has been the fundamental project of the MIT Sloan Sustainability Initiative since its launch in 2007 Achieving sustainable business and society means shifting the global conversation about sustainability While the term has become synonymous with environmental awareness and reducing ecological footprints real sustainability involves much more MIT Sloan sees it as deeply integrating economic development social equity and vitality and environmental restoration Read More Action Learning MIT s Sloan School of Management is the leader in Action Learning in management education and has held that esteemed position for several decades Our approach to Action Learning integrates theory real world practice and personal reflection to develop principled innovative leaders who solve complex problems and produce systemic changes Read More Center for Finance Policy Governments worldwide play a central role in the allocation of capital and risk through their investment and insurance activities and as regulators of private financial institutions and markets Yet relatively little academic research is directed at informing and evaluating those financial decisions While there has been a profound revolution in finance as a discipline the practice in the public sector has not kept up with the state of the practice let alone the massive increases in financial complexity and inter connectedness In many cases policymakers and employees in public sector financial institutions lack the financial experience and training of their private sector counterparts Society has borne a serious cost due to this mismatch The mission of the MIT Center for Finance and Policy is to bridge the gap between private and public sector financial institutions by serving as a catalyst for innovative financial research and educational initiatives that will positively impact policy and society Initiative for Health Systems Innovation The MIT Sloan Initiative for Health Systems Innovation IHSI is providing new opportunities for our faculty and students to do inventive work that strengthens the global health system IHSI is defining a new model of research with collaborative teams comprised of academics from across MIT clinicians and health industry leaders who develop new models and management practices as well as analytical concepts and tools to improve complex health systems These new models have a global reach and will lead to transforming management clinical practices and system designs in some of the leading medical institutions in the world Initial projects and research have already shown high value for partner organizations such as Massachusetts General Hospital where this Initiative has helped implement new procedures that reduce wait times for surgery Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship With entrepreneurship and innovation being key themes across

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  • Alumni - Student Class Gift - MIT Sloan School of Management
    supporting the 2015 MSMS Class Gift this year and make your gift today What are our Class Gift goals Participation Each program sets their own Class Gift goal The EMBA Class of 2014 holds the current record of 100 participation and the MBA LGO Class of 2014 holds a high record of 94 Dollars Raised We do not set a goal for dollars raised There is a gift minimum of 50 MIT Sloan Dean s Circle donors The Class of 2012 holds the current record of 57 Dean s Circle donors What are we raising money for Our fundraising priority for our Class Gift is the MIT Sloan Annual Fund The Sloan Annual Fund provides crucial flexible support to the School and is necessary for the continued success and growth of MIT Sloan The School s FY15 SAF goal is to raise 4 4M by June 30 2015 Sloan Annual Fund contributions are unrestricted which means the School can respond to change and emerging initiatives quickly Sloan Annual Fund gifts can be used when and where they re needed most They allow the School to Offer new fellowships to attract prospective students Fund groundbreaking research projects developed and led by faculty Support innovative new programs and courses Build the MIT Sloan student and alumni network Can I choose where my money goes Within the MIT Sloan Annual Fund we have identified two funds to support Fellowships Sloan Annual Fund Unrestricted In addition there are funds within the Sloan Annual Fund that support the emerging campaign priorities of the School including the Trust Center for Entrepreneurship the Center for Finance and Policy the Initiative for Sustainable Business and Society the Initiative for the Digital Economy the Initiative on Health Care and the Leadership Center If you are interested in supporting these funds please email mitsloanclassgift mit edu What is the Dean s Circle The MIT Sloan Dean s Circle is the School s leadership giving society honoring donors to the MIT Sloan Annual Fund Dean s Circle members contribute an annual unrestricted gift cash in of 500 or more as a student and 1 000 or more for the first five years following graduation After five years Dean s Circle membership increases to 2 500 This gift can be cumulative over the fiscal year and includes corporate match gifts so long as that gift is received during the fiscal year Dean s Circle Levels Investors 2 500 1 000 for recent graduates 500 for students Partners 5 000 to 9 999 Directors 10 000 to 24 999 Founders 25 000 to 99 999 Leaders 100 000 and up Dean s Circle members are recognized in the School s annual Report on Philanthropy receive invitations to annual recognition events around the world and receive periodic updates from the School For a full list of Dean s Circle membership levels visit the MIT Sloan giving website What is a pledge A pledge is a commitment to make a gift to the MIT Sloan

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  • Alumni - Discover your Impact - MIT Sloan School of Management
    has awarded hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash and services to outstanding teams of student entrepreneurs The process of the competition its network of mentors and investors and the generous prizes have helped many of these teams build their own successful companies 3dim a startup creating software that recognizes three dimensional gestures on mobile devices was awarded the 100 000 Grand Prize in 2013 beating out seven other finalist teams Learn More More impact on students Why an MBA is conducive to launching a startup The startup files Entrepreneurship at MIT Sloan Ten companies in three days MIT Sloan student graduate develop affordable portable camera for first responders Andrew Lo Can Financial Engineering Cure Cancer The process of translating biomedical research into effective therapeutics is broken Professor Andrew Lo suggests that this is caused in large part by the trend of increasing risk and complexity in the biopharma industry His latest research proposes a new framework for investing in many biomedical projects simultaneously a megafund which would require billions of dollars in capital but would spread the risk across the portfolio reducing it enough to attract deep pocketed institutional investors Learn more about this innovative proposal and watch Lo explain how financial engineering could lead to medical breakthroughs Article Video Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee The New Digital Economy As digital devices like computers and robots become more capable they can do more of the work that people used to do Digital labor in short substitutes for human labor What does this mean for employment What will future jobs look like Professor Erik Brynjolfsson and Principal Research Scientist Andrew McAfee address questions like these in their research on the new digital economy Their work has deep implications for all sectors and has been widely reported in the media including TED talks by both Brynjolfsson and McAfee Article Andrew McAfee TED Video Erik Brynjolfsson TED Video Joseph Doyle Healthcare and Why Hospital Choice Matters As the United States healthcare system moves from compensating providers on the basis of quantity of care to quality of care it is essential to measure hospital performance A large body of research suggests that it doesn t matter where patients go for treatment But Professor Joseph Doyle s research shows that it does matter and that the right choice in an emergency could lead to a 30 percent better survival rate Article Sustainability Initiative Research and Practice The Sustainability Initiative at MIT Sloan is built on the promise of a new future and is committed to creating a vision for progress and prosperity in a world that will thrive for generations Faculty from across MIT and MIT Sloan work collaboratively to find social economic and environmental solutions to pressing systemic challenges while empowering students researchers and business leaders to join them in this endeavor See how they re improving our world in this collection of their latest research Research abstracts More impact on faculty Joshua Ackerman Spender or saver The choice may not be yours

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  • Alumni - How to Give - MIT Sloan School of Management
    4307 Physical address 30 Memorial Drive 2nd Floor Cambridge MA 02142 1347 Tel 617 253 1557 Fax 617 253 5584 mitsloangiving mit edu Ways to give Gifts online by credit card You can make a credit card gift online through the MIT Sloan secure online gift form To ensure your contribution goes to the MIT Sloan School select an MIT Sloan Fund under Gift Details Options are MIT Sloan Annual Fund MIT Sloan Reunion Gift Fund or Dean s Fund for Innovation Gifts by cash or check Checks should be made payable to the MIT Sloan School of Management and mailed with a standard pledge form or a short note indicating the designation of the gift within MIT Sloan Please print this form and mail with your gift to MIT Sloan School of Management Office of External Relations 77 Massachusetts Avenue E60 200 Cambridge MA 02139 Gifts via electronic fund transfers bank wire transfers or securities Electronic fund transfers bank wire transfers and securities should be directed to MIT Recording Secretary at 600 Memorial Drive W98 308 Cambridge MA 02139 4822 phone 617 253 5048 fax 617 258 8316 or email recsec mit edu Additional Information Corporate matching gifts A gift to MIT Sloan can be twice as generous thanks to your corporation s matching gift program Many companies offer employees a matching gift benefit that could double the amount of your gift To find out if your company participates in a matching gifts program contact your Human Resources Office directly or check our listings and complete the form MIT Sloan recognizes the donor for the combined personal and corporate matching gift provided that both are received within the same fiscal year July 1 to June 30 Our tax identification number is 04 2103594 MIT is a 501 c 3

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