MIT undergrads: IS&T wants you to be a BeaverTech!
February 6, 2018
Phil Johnson
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If you’re an MIT student, odds are you love to solve problems. If you’d like to put your problem-solving skills to work helping others at the Institute and make some money doing it, then apply to work for Information Systems and Technology (IS&T) as a BeaverTech.

BeaverTechs are student workers with IS&T’s Service Desk who help MIT community members with their computer problems. This can mean fielding help requests over the phone or via email in our call center, or helping people in person at the Atlas Service Center.

In addition to flexible hours and $16/hour pay, being a BeaverTech offers other great benefits:

  • A chance to improve your soft skills, such as communications, time management, and working as part of a team
  • A great addition to your resume
  • Working with friendly and knowledgeable co-workers
  • Learning more about MIT
  • Free coffee, tea, and snacks!

MIT students from any major are encouraged to apply and no prior computing support experience is required. What IS&T is looking for is curiosity, a love of solving problems, and a desire to help people. Service Desk staff will train you in the skills you’ll need to succeed.

Interested? Learn more and apply on the BeaverTech website.