MIT-India Autumn Reception and Reading Food will be served. Faculty, staff, students and community welcome.
TWO YEARS IN THE CITY
A discussion with author, cultural critic, and musician
Amit Chaudhuri R&D Commons at the MIT Stata Center Tuesday, Sept. 24 at 5:00pm
engineering culture experience
Your future starts here
BREAK NEW GROUND
Intern with MISTIâ€™s NEW MIT-Chile Program mit.edu/misti/mit-chile firstname.lastname@example.org
MIT INTERNATIONAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY INITIATIVES
Support global education while developing a tailored partnership with MIT At MISTI, we carefully select a core group of companies to join our Corporate Consortium. Invited
ADVANCE YOUR GLOBAL AGENDA
members have access to a deeper partnership, and every corporate partner relationship is customized to meet the specific, intersecting needs of the organization and MIT. Sponsors enjoy a variety of core benefits, like enhanced visibility on campus and an advantageous platform for recruiting. They also enjoy privileged access to MIT's research community, and develop collaborative ventures with MIT faculty and students.
MIT International Science and Technology Initiatives (MISTI) is MIT’s flagship international program. MISTI matches hundreds of MIT students with annually fully funded internships, research and teach abroad and
INTERNSHIPS AND RECRUITING
facilitates hundreds of international faculty research collaborations. A product of faculty initiative and MIT’s
MIT students offer fresh perspectives, new ideas and hands-on skills. MISTI works with each company
entrepreneurial culture, MISTI continues to grow thanks to partnerships.
to identify top talent for internship and career placements. Sponsor benefits > tailored access to globally-aware MIT student talent > heightened visibility on campus > individualized recruiting for internships and full-time positions > organization of customized outreach and recruitment events on campus > exclusive access to resume book of top MIT student profiles
Mexico • 3M • Agency for Journalistic Investigation • Allianz • Amdocs • Banco Santander • BMW • BrightSource Energy • Camargo Corrêa • Canon • Cinépolis • Continental • EDF • Elan Microelectronics Corp • ENEL • France Telecom • Genzyme • GEPUC Engineering Consultants • Google • Hakuhodo • Hyundai Motors • IHI • Ingersoll Rand • Intel • Ita • Keter Plastic • La Caixa • Lafarge • LP Amina • Lufthansa • Mevis • Microsoft • Mitsubishi Electric • Novartis • Posimat • RIA Novosti • Saint Gobain • Samsung Electronics • Sberbank • Schlumberger • Siemens • SIRVE • SK Innovation • Sony • THETIS • Total • TVGlobo • TyumenNIIgiprogas • Yandex • Ayukawa Foundation • Centro de Energia • CNPq • Compagnia di San Paolo • Fondazione Fratelli Agostino ed Enrico Rocca • Fundación Empresas IQS • Li & Fung Foundation • Max Kade Foundation • North South Foundation • Rai Foundation • Skolkovo Foundation • Starr Foundation • The Halle Foundation • Toshiba Foundation • Un Techo Para Chile • Barcelona Chamber of Commerce • Chilean Ministry of Economy, Development and Tourism • Chilean Ministry of Transportation • French Ministry of Foreign Affairs • German Federal Ministry for Education and Research • Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency • Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation in Brazil • Ministry of University and Research in Italy • National Institute of Ecology in Mexico • RIKEN • Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile • Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey • Moscow Architectural Institute • Moscow Higher School of Economics • National Research Nuclear University MEPhI • Politecnico di Milano • Politecnico di Turin • Singapore University of Technology & Design • Universidad Nacional de México • Università di Pisa •
participate in MIT’s
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made possible by MISTI Global
with international hosts
Seed Funds, facilitating
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research and collaboration
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Creating futurePrograms global leaders Student
Spurring international collaboration
MISTI GLOBAL SEED FUNDS
MISTI matches hundreds of MIT students with hands-on professional internships and research opportunities around the globe. Projects are tailored to align with the student’s skills and interests and the needs of the host institution. The program is open to all MIT students—both undergraduate and graduate—at no additional cost to the student. MISTI is committed to educating students for their experience abroad through MIT language and culture courses and intensive preparation sessions developed by MISTI staff.
MISTI GSF provides funding for MIT faculty to jump-start international projects. Faculty are encouraged to include MIT students in their projects. The program includes a general fund for projects in any country and several dedicated funds to support collaboration with colleagues in a specific country. Tangible outcomes reported by grantees, including papers published, grants obtained, and new career paths for students, point to seed funds as a practical, cost-effective way to spur international research collaboration from the ground up.
MISTI’s groundbreaking experiential teaching programs enable students to teach STEM subjects and entrepreneurship at high schools and universities across the globe. MISTI’s teaching programs give MIT students the opportunity to learn through teaching: how to synthesize and present what they know, how to work in a team, and how to communicate effectively with peers of a different culture.
“The MISTI Global Seed Funds are the difference between collaborating and not collaborating. It’s a perfect way to establish a connection and get things going.”
HOST AN MIT STUDENT MISTI hosts provide MIT students with pivotal personal and professional experiences. Many report that MIT students bring fresh perspectives, late-breaking
Roman Stocker, Associate Professor, MIT Civil and Environmental Engineering 2008 & 2009 MISTI Global Seed Funds grantee photographed by Micaela Pilotto
Since 2008, the program has awarded $6 million to 304 projects. Winning teams use grant funds to cover international travel, meeting and workshop costs. In addition to the general fund for projects in any country, faculty funds are offered for projects in Brazil, Belgium, Chile, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Mexico and Russia.
“I was a MISTI intern in Japan nine years ago, and it is thanks to MISTI that I learned Japanese, worked with an operating reactor in Japan, and created/maintained many fruitful Tayo Falase, Junior, MIT Electrical Engineering & Computer Science: prototyped a monitoring system for solar panel installations at GreenWatch in Belgium
Katia Paramonova, Junior in Nuclear Science and Engineering: worked on creating strips to be used as the “glue” in welding bronze and beryllium in the first wall of the fusion ITER reactor
Wesley Graybill, Senior, MIT Mathematics: investigated catching prefetching and hoarding strategies for mobile technologies at BMW in Germany
research collaborations and personal friendships. The MISTI GSF program represents another great step in what I've come to know as an incredibly productive and enjoyable system for increasing international collaboration at MIT, and connecting people all over the world.” Michael Short, Assistant Professor, MIT Nuclear Science and Engineering 2003 MIT-Japan intern at Tohoku University, 2012 MISTI Hayashi Seed Fund Winner
MIT INTERNATIONAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY INITIATIVES
MISTI INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
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MITâ€™s flagship international program, MISTI connects companies and labs around the world with MIT talent through its innovative internship program. Working closely with a network of premier corporations, universities and research institutes, MISTI matches over 650 MIT students annually with industry and research internships abroad. Students prepare for their internships through courses on the host country and language and MISTI training seminars. MISTI has programs in Belgium, Brazil, Chile, China, France, Germany, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Netherlands, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain and Switzerland.
MISTI-MITEI PARTNERSHIP MISTI has partnered with MITei to create even more hands-on international opportunities with MITei sponsor companies. Over the course of their internships, students contribute to patents, articles and new technology. MISTI hosts provide MIT students with pivotal personal and professional experiences. HOW IT WORKS
> MITEI members work with MITEI to discuss their membership options, as well as determine internally if they have the capacity to hire interns > MISTI recruits top-notch MIT students and matches them with a host and project > Projects are designed to align the skills and interests of the student with the needs of the host > MISTI prepares the students and insures that all logistical arrangements are made > Internships are 3-12 months
> Sept-Oct: Company submits short project description to MISTI > Oct-Nov: MISTI identifies qualified candidates and forwards student profiles to company > Nov-Feb: Company can review and interview student (in person or via the phone or Skype) > Feb-June: MISTI assists will all logistics - visa, work permit, accommodations, insurance, travel, etc. > June-Aug: internship abroad
Value of an Intern MIT students bring fresh perspectives, MIT hands-on culture and invigorating enthusiasm to their projects
5,410 MIT STUDENTS have gone global with fully-funded internship, research, and teaching abroad opportunities
MIT INTERNATIONAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY INITIATIVES
NOTES FROM THE FIELD
Sara Ferry, Junior, Physics: Wrote software at Areva in France to use at a new reactor in Finland to calculate flow rates in the coolant loops
Elian Pusceddu, Junior, Mechanical Engineering:
Developed a control sequence for improved response to sudden changes in system operation analysis concerned with “pileup” at BrightSource Energy
SAMPLE ENERGY HOSTS Comisión Federal de Electricidad . EDF . Enel . Energías Renovables del Sureste . Fraunhofer Institutes . Hitachi, Ltd . Iberdrola . Joint US-China Cooperation on Clean Energy . Petrobras . Schlumberger . Shell . Siemens . Tokyo Gas . Total . Vale
OUR STUDENTS MIT undergrads, graduate students and recent grads From all five MIT Schools: Engineering (47%), Science (29%), Architecture & Planning (11%), Management (7%) and Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences (6%) Prepared in the language and culture of the host country Instructed on living and working in the host country Skilled at working on hands-on projects independently and as part of team
450 MISTI PARTNERSHIPS with international hosts and sponsors, building connections around the globe
Contact MISTI to learn more about country programs 1 Amherst St, E40-4th floor Cambridge, MA 02139 617-258-0385 . mit.edu/misti . email@example.com
Contact MITEI to discuss MISTI internship options 77 Mass Ave, E19-370D Cambridge, MA 02139 617-258-8891 . mitei.mit.edu . firstname.lastname@example.org
Foreign Film Night The Edukators (Die fetten Jahre sind vorbei)
Tuesday, April 16 at 7:00pm in 32-155 Discussion with Emily Jones, PhD, Harvard Three young radicals face off against an older man who left behind his ideals years ago in this drama from Austria. Jan (Daniel Brühl) and Peter (Stipe Erceg) are a pair of leftist political activists who have their own ideas of how to strike out in the name of economic justice. Jan and Peter like to break into the homes of the rich, re-arrange their belongings, and leave behind a note crediting ʺthe Edukatorsʺ with the invasion, satisfied that their efforts will teach their victims a lesson.
MIT International Science & Technology Initiatives Working closely with a network of premier corporations, universities and research institutes, MISTI matches hundreds of MIT students annually with all-expenses-paid internships and research abroad. Learn more about our individual country programs: web.mit.edu/misti
> Open to undergrads, grad students and recent grads > Opportunities in all courses > 3-12 month internships and research projects available > All-expenses-paid Schedule an appointment today: email@example.com
GECD helps MIT students achieve lifelong success through career services, global experiences, and connections with graduate schools and employers. Find expert advice, data, tools, and events to ensure your success: gecd.mit.edu
GECD-Career Services offers assistance with: > Career planning & advice > Resume building & tailored cover letters > Interview preparation & networking strategies > Finding internships & jobs
For quick questions regarding resumes & cover letters, come to daily Drop Ins at 12-170 For appointments and Drop In schedule go to: gecd.mit.edu/services/appointment
BRAZIL INTERN INFO SHEET PRE-PLACEMENT Requirements: > GPA of 4.0 or higher > Portuguese language training: - Internships at companies: 2 years of university-level or equivalent; -Research internships: 1 year plus. Available courses at FL&L: 21F.801/ 21F.851, 21F.802/21F.852, 21F.803, 21F. 804, 21F.855/21F.880 > A formal background/culture course on Brazil is strongly recommended. 17.145 and 17.55J are great options. Other recommended courses: 21F.074, 21F.820 Required materials before meeting with Program Manager (PM):
> upload your up-to-date resume and statement of personal and professional objectives to the MISTI Portal: misti-csm.symplicity.com/students/ including relevant coursework. after the meeting you will upload:
> cover letter (criteria will be set at the meeting) > copy of passport > recommendations (to be defined with PM) > 1 copy of your transcript > other required by the PM
P O S T- P L A C E M E N T required participation: > attend all training sessions/retreat > complete internship survey > complete internship report & share pictures > attend re-entry meeting > attend alumni events
INTERN INFO SHEET CALENDAR
for summer placements
September-November 15: > application, interview, submit application materials October 31-March 31: > matching/placement process October 31-April 30: > internships assigned > training sessions > logistics (visa, housing, airfare, etc) June-August: > INTERNSHIP IN BRAZIL! August-September: > submit internship report > submit internship survey > re-entry meeting
Whatâ€™s next? Become an MIT-Brazil Ambassador and/or MISTI Mentor / MISTI 2.0
firstname.lastname@example.org . mit.edu/misti/mit-brazil
OPPAN GANGNAM STYLE?? What does that even mean?? Come and learn...
Beginnersâ€™ Korean course offered Fall 2013 at MIT Full, non-credit course by visiting Wellesley College instructor No experience necessary All classes and courses welcome
Tue/Thu 6-8 pm Starts September 10 Space limited Contact MIT-Korea for more info: email@example.com 617-324-8466 Office: E40-433
Complete the course and go all expenses paid to Korea IAP or Summer 2014
MISTI web.mit.edu/misti firstname.lastname@example.org MISTI connects MIT students and faculty with research and innovation around the world. Students Working closely with a network of premier corporations, universities and research institutes, MISTI matches hundreds of MIT undergraduate and graduate students annually with all-expenses-paid internships and research abroad.
photo by Dominick Reuter
MIT International Science & Technology Initiatives
Faculty MISTI Global Seed Funds enable MIT faculty and researchers to launch early-stage international projects and collaboration with colleagues abroad.
Partners MISTI carefully selects a core group of companies to join our Corporate Consortium. Members enjoy a variety of core benefits, like enhanced visibility on campus and an advantageous platform for recruiting.
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OPEN HOUSE Wednesday, September 12 Noon-1:30pm Stata Center, 32 Learn about hands-on, paid
international internships and research with leading companies and labs around the world
I SPEAK MISTI
Undergrads, graduate students and recent grads welcome
mit.edu/misti . email@example.com
Wish you were here! Israel
Hello Hope youâ€™re having a great summer! Right now, hundreds of MIT students are interning in
Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Chile, China, France, Germany, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, the Netherlands, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland & Turkey through the MISTI program.
MISTI places over 600 MIT students with hands-on professional and research internships around the world each year. MISTI internships are available to students in all majors and are
Itâ€™s never too early to start planning for a MISTI internship abroad! Please stop by one of our fall events or schedule an appointment with one of our managers:
See you soon at MIT!
The MISTI Team
MISTI OPEN HOUSE September 12th noon1pm at E40-4th floor Speak with program managers and alumni about opportunities in 20 countries!
MIT International Science and Technology Initiatives (MISTI) 1 Amherst Street, E40-4th floor Cambridge, MA 02139
MISTI Global Seed Funds The frontiers of knowledge & technology now stretch around the world. Call for Proposals Deadline September 23, 2013 For details and application: mit.edu/misti/faculty
MISTI offers seed funds to MIT faculty and researchers to support early-stage international projects and collaboration.
MISTI Global Seed Funds General Fund
> For projects in any country that do not meet the criteria of the other funds > Open to all disciplines > Maximum award: $30,000 Funds are also offered for projects in:
Student participation is highly encouraged.
Over $2.1 million available in the current grant cycle
MISTI Global Seed Funds includes a general fund for projects in any country as well as several country funds with their own requirements.
Germany Italy Japan Mexico Russia
MIT International Science and Technology Initiatives
GLOBAL SEED FUNDS
MISTI Global Seed Funds
MISTI Global Seed Funds The frontiers of knowledge & technology now stretch around the world. MISTI oďŹ€ers seed funds to MIT faculty and researchers to support early-stage international projects and collaboration. MISTI Global Seed Funds includes a general fund for projects in any country and several country funds with their own requirements. Applicants are encouraged to involve MIT undergraduate and graduate students in their projects. Over $2.1 million available in the current grant cycle. > Deadline September 23, 2013 > Results announced in December
MISTI Global Seed Funds General Fund > For projects in any country that do not meet the criteria of the other funds > Open to all disciplines > Maximum award: $30,000
Funds are also oďŹ€ered for projects in: > Belgium
For details: mit.edu/misti/faculty/funds.html
SEPT - OCTOBER Apply and interview: Complete the online application form. Then meet with one of our program managers and tell us your goals for an internship abroad. If you meet the program requirements, weâ€™ll get started on finding you an all-expenses-paid internship abroad.
OCT - MARCH Be matched: We forward your application package to companies and labs we think would be a good match for you. If you already have contacts abroad or an internship in mind, let us know!
OCT - MAY Reach agreement: We help you and your host institution reach an understanding about the details of the proposed internship, including dates, stipend and travel support.
FEB - MAY Prepare: We work with you and your host to facilitate logistics and make arrangements: visa, internship agreement, housing. You attend MISTI-designed preparatory sessions to help you make the most of your internship.
Go! Summer internships begin in June. Fall and spring internships also available
REQUIREMENTS For undergrads, most MISTI programs require
proficiency in the language of the host country (one to two years of university-level language or the equivalent) good academic standing at MIT completion of country-specific courses and preparation
Graduate students welcome! Requirements vary.
international internships & research
Working closely with a network of premier corporations, universities and research institutes, MISTI matches hundreds of MIT undergrads and graduate students annually with all-expenses-paid internships and research abroad. Internships are 3-12 months long. Study abroad opportunities also available. PROGRAMS Belgium Brazil Chile China France Germany India Israel Italy Japan Korea Mexico Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa Spain Switzerland Global Startup Labs Global Teaching Labs MIT-MEET MIT International Science and Technology Initiatives
MIT International Science and Technology Initiatives (MISTI) Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1 Amherst Street, E40-400 Cambridge, MA 02139 USA
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