Cast your vote to ensure that MIT’s diverse group of recent graduates is represented at the highest level of MIT leadership. This election is only open to those who graduated in 2021, 2022, and 2023. Vote today!
What am I voting for?
You're voting for a recent graduate to represent your cohort (grads from '21, '22, and '23) on the MIT Corporation, the Institute's Board of Trustees.
Why does it matter?
The Corporation's role is to see that the Institute adheres to the purposes for which it was chartered and that its integrity and financial resources are preserved for future generations as well as for current purposes. You're voting to ensure that you and other recent alumni are well-represented in this conversation.
Who is running?
The Corporation Screening Committee narrowed down the nominations from last fall to seven excellent candidates.
I'm still not sure.
It will take only a few minutes to read each candidates' profile, check out their statements, and rank your choices on the preferential ballot. This small investment of time contributes to having your voice heard at all levels of Institute governance.
I'd like to tell all my friends to vote!
In the spirit of fairness, campaigning for a specific person is not allowed, and could lead to that candidate's disqualification. However, please do spread the word about the election and encourage people (only those graduates in '21, '22 and '23) to vote!