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Communicate Your Way Into An Internship

  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology 33 Massachusetts Avenue (Rear), Rm 3-133 Cambridge, MA, 02139 United States (map)



September 27th | 7-8pm | Room 3-133

The MIT Energy Club will be working with ProMazo to help prepare students for finding internships at the Fall Career Fair (September 29th).  The event is free and anyone is welcome to attend.  Please drop off your resume HERE & RSVP (so we can order food)!  See you on Wed, Sept 27th, 7-8pm in 3-133!



We are an organization founded by and for college students.  ProMazo bridges the gap between what the top companies in the world expect you to know and what you are taught in school.  Our team is comprised of experienced educators, consultants, business developers, and entrepreneurs.  We work with top executives and and students every day to improve work, recruiting, and branding practices on both ends.  Along the way, we've learned exactly how to turn students into professionals.



1. Learn techniques to overcome nerves and understand how to use them to your advantage.

2. Learn to easily start a conversation with a stranger, and be prepared to tackle any networking situation.

3. 85% of people find networking events overwhelming, so you're not alone!  We'll show you how to work the room like a networking pro so you can make a serious impression with that recruiter or company rep.
4. Resume review to follow presentation & hands on exercises.



Kate Bussey | Director - Boston Region

Kate leads operations and relationship management for ProMazo's Boston region (currently Harvard, MIT, and Boston College.  Her primary role is finding the best students on these campuses and selecting them for client engagements.  She interviews 100s of students each year and those she has worked with have gone on to work for Bain, BCG, Instagram, Apple, other Fortune 500 companies, and hot startups.

Evan Doney | Engagement Leader

Evan is a ProMazo Engagement Leader focusing on our tech, finance, and innovation client projects. He travels between NYC, Boston, San Francisco, and Chicago working with students on projects and doing on-sites with clients, bringing our most outstanding student consultants.  His day to day includes leading engagements for clients, developing/selling future engagements and training student project leaders to manage client work, and interacting with clients.




Earlier Event: September 26
MIT Energy Club Launch!
Later Event: October 13
MIT Energy Night