Faculty career resources
I write to remind you of the many resources we have made available through the MIT Provost Office of Faculty Programs to support you throughout your career:
- Invest in your professional development: Faculty Development Programs including programs customized for different career stages (upcoming offerings as noted): CIMER-Based Mentor Training Program (Spring 2024), Life with Tenure Program (Spring 2024), Faculty Leadership - Professional Skills Development Program (Spring 2024), Academic Leaders Program for Heads (2025), as well as the New Faculty Program (2024)
- Retirement planning options and resources: Considerations throughout your career toward planning for a retirement career transition
- Partner career assistance: Faculty Partner Career Transition Assistance Program to support the partners of newly hired faculty transition their career to a position in the area
- Faculty tailored resources related to research, teaching, mentoring and advising, student support, faculty governance, libraries, work-life integration, funding opportunities internal to MIT, and a DEI Research-Based Dialogue workshop series in support of our efforts to improve our community belonging, achievement, and composition
You may access the Faculty Concierge site by entering your MIT email address (no alias). No other account or password is needed.
Please don’t hesitate to contact Assistant Provost for Faculty Programs Donna Behmer with any questions related to the Faculty Development Programs, the faculty tailored career resources, and post tenure planning mentioned above.