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Tuesday

Tuesday

ResumÉ Critique Workshop

Hosted by Lois Lyons, American Management Systems

(10-4 p.m., MIT Career Services Center)

Come get your resumÉ critiqued by Lois Lyons from AMS. The career fair is just around the corner -- this is your chance to get it polished. This event is being held Tuesday and Wednesday from 10:00-4:00 pm. Register for a time at careerfair.mit.edu.

“Creating a Sustainable Internet Business Model, while Opening a New Enterprise Software Category”

Founder & Chairman of Incentive Systems, Elizabeth Cobb

Presented by Incentive Systems

(6-7:30 p.m. Room 2-190)

Elizabeth Cobb, Founder and Chairman of Incentive Systems will speak about Internet business models while Stuart Lecky will speak about the “Internet Business Model for Enterprise Incentive Management,” and Jakov Kucan will speak about “Challenges in Computing Incentive Compensation.”

“Killer vs. Filler: Succeeding in E-commerce”

Executive Vice President of Trilogy, John Price

Presented by Trilogy

(7-9 p.m. Room 6-120)

John Price came to MIT last year with an “E-Commerce Report Card” to help you evaluate the various opportunities that high tech companies are offering. This year Price is back with even more valuable information as you begin to make your career decisions. As Trilogy’s Executive Vice President and employee #6, John has helped Trilogy grow from a five-person start-up to a leading provider of E-Business solutions for the Global 1000. Find out what Trilogy is doing to succeed in the changing world of E-Commerce today, and how you can work on the next “killer” application at Trilogy.

Wednesday

ResumÉ Critique Workshop

Hosted by Lois Lyons, American Management Systems

(10-4 p.m., MIT Career Services Center)

Evaluating Job Offers and Stock Options With Start-Ups

Presented by Boston Search Group, Inc. and DOME Solutions, Inc.

(5:30-7:00 p.m. Room 6-120)

Leading the Broadband e-Business Revolution

CEO President of Concero, Timothy Webb

Presented by Concero

(6-7:30 p.m. Room 2-190)

CEO & President Timothy Webb discusses “Leading the Broadband Revolution” in his interactive Career Week presentation. Find out how Mr. Webb carved his way to the top of a leading-edge eBusiness consulting firm after graduating from Princeton. Follow Concero as he helps his clients ride the current technology wave while simultaneously preparing for the next.

How to Get Your Dream Job

CEO of Collegehire, Jeff Daniels

Presented by Collegehire and the Sloan Undergraduate Management Association

(7-8:30 p.m. Student Center 20 Chimneys)

Jeff Daniels, CEO of Collegehire, will speak about how he recruits to find the brightest minds in the planet on behalf of his clients. Daniels will deliver a complete perspective from the recruiter’s side and you will learn that certain details of the process are a lot more important than you thought. Daniels will talk negotiating an offer, how to get a bigger signing bonus, and picking options vs. cash. Collegehire will also be raffling off a laptop.

XBOX

Hosted by XBOX General Manager, J. Allard

Presented by Microsoft

(8:30-10 p.m. Student Center Room 491)

Mr. J. Allard, XBOX General Manager will deliver a tech talk and describe XBOX, a new product from Microsoft. Come meet the XBOX team and other representatives from Microsoft. Free food will be provided as well as free merchandise from a raffle including a Microsoft iPAQ.

Thursday

MIT Fall 2000 Career Fair - Graduate

(10-4 p.m., Johnson Athletic Center and Rockwell Gymnasium)

Summer Experiences that Paid Off: Insider Information

Presented by the Sloan Undergraduate Management Association

(4-5:30 p.m. Room 4-237)

An informal conversation with MIT seniors and juniors who have interesting stories to tell you from their summer experiences. Participants will include MIT interns from: Boston Consulting Group, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, IBM, McKinsey, Microsoft, Zefer. Come get the real scoop on the workstyle and long-term potential of the job at some of the world’s most respected firms.

“Driving Transformation in the Automotive Industry -- a technology start-up working from the inside out”

Presented by Trilogy / Ford Joint Ventures

(6:30-8 p.m. Room 3-370)

Trilogy/Ford Joint Ventures’ Senior VP will give a powerful talk about how we are using software solutions to revolutionize the customer car buying experience, which is a technical problem of unprecedented complexity. The joint venture between Ford Motor Company and Trilogy embodies a vision that will transform a trillion-dollar industry. In fact, we are one of the best-funded high-tech start-ups in history! Be looking out for the “Name Your Dream Job” ads on campus and booth at the career fair.

Information Technology on Wall Street

Presented by Morgan Stanley Dean Witter IT

(5:30-7 p.m. 35-225)

Wall Street Information Technology (IT) departments face daunting challenges. With fast-paced markets and global competition forcing firms to leverage IT investments, IT budgets at some firms have surpassed one billion dollars a year. Four officers from Morgan Stanley Dean Witter will present a panel discussion on the challenges they face.

Trilogy Dream Cruise (Pre-registration required)

Presented by Trilogy

(8-11 p.m., Boat leaves from Long Wharf)

Trilogy invites you to learn more about its company and software while cruising down theCharles River on the Bay State. Spaces are limited so please RSVP at careerfair.mit.edu. The boat wil leave at 8 p.m. and will return to the docks at 11 p.m. Loading begins at 7:30.

The Trilogy E-commerce Lounge - The Trilogy Lounge

(All day Thursday and Friday)

Ever wondered what exactly Trilogy does? Here’s your chance to find out! Stop by the lounge for food, fun, and incredible demos of Trilogy’s products. There will be Trilogy experts and MIT alums on hand to answer all of your questions about the company, our products, and the recruiting process.

The Way Recruiting Should Be - The Collegehire Lounge

(All day Thursday and Friday)

Do you want to learn more about Collegehire and what they do? Well on Thursday and Friday, everyone should stop by their lounge where you can learn about their innovative recruiting processes that they have for their clients. There will many Collegehire representatives and MIT alums there to answer all your questions.

Friday

MIT Fall 2000 Career Fair -Undergraduate

(10-4 p.m., Johnson Athletic Center and Rockwell Gymnasium)

The Trilogy E-commerce Lounge - The Trilogy Lounge

(All day Thursday and Friday)

The Way Recruiting Should Be - The Collegehire Lounge

(All day Thursday and Friday)

Casino Night 2000 (Pre-registration required)

Presented by Akamai, American Management Systems, Cisco, Genuity, Goldman Sachs, Lockheed Martin, Microsoft, Teradyne and Texas Instruments

(7-11 p.m., Top of the Prudential)

The MIT Casino Night 2000 is open to seniors and graduate students and is free thanks to the generous support of our event sponsors. The event will feature numerous casino tables, a DJ, and an evening of conversation in front of a panoramic vista of Boston. Gourmet hors d’oeuvres, dinner and International dessert will be served. The evening will end with the awarding of prizes to the top casino winners. Semiformal dress is encouraged. Event Sponsors: Akamai, AMS, Cisco, Genuity, Goldman Sachs, Lockheed Martin, Microsoft, Teradyne, Texas Instruments