MIT-Portugal CTIS Students Get Career Insights from Affiliated Companies and MIT Career Center

Published on on March 11, 2010

MIT-Portugal Master’s students in Complex Transportation Infrastructure Systems (CTIS), like their colleagues in the Program’s other courses, are always receptive to substantive career advice. So several of them recently took advantage of the opportunity to connect with alumni of the course – and with companies that partner with and help support it – in a workshop led by MIT’s head of career development.

Melanie Parker, Executive Director of the MIT Global Education and Career Development Center, and MIT Career Center staff, visited Lisbon on February 1–3, 2010, to offer a career development workshop for CTIS students – but also students who are MIT-Portugal PhD candidates in Transportation Systems.

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