How Do I...?

MIT values learning and growth both professionally and personally.

How do I find performance development resources?

Visit Performance Development to access information on Performance Reviews, the Performance & Development Review Tool (PDR), and the Schedule of Reviews. 

How do I find out about the seminars and support groups available through MIT HR Center for WorkLife and WellBeing?

The MIT HR Center for WorkLife and WellBeing Seminar Series and support groups provide research-based strategies to help you deal with a diverse array of work-life issues and life phases and changes. All programs are free of charge and open to all members of the MIT community, including students, staff, faculty, and their partners and families.

How do I find HR workshops designed to support my career growth?

Upcoming MIT HR workshops are announced each fall and spring. See learning opportunities in Learn & Grow.

How do I access learning information for Administrative Officer (AOs) and Financial Officers (FOs)?

MIT offers the Administrative Officer/Financial Officer (AO/FO) Learning Resource, which provides online access to an array of courses designed to develop the skills and competencies important to carrying out financial and administrative oversight at MIT.

How do I access learning & development programs to advance my skills and career?

Visit Learn & Grow to discover programs designed to support MIT employees at different stages in their careers.

How do I access career development resources?

Visit MIT Careers, click on Current Employees and click on Career Development to access individual career counseling and other resources.