What advice do you have for MIT’s newest alumni? Slice of MIT reached out to several alumni on Twitter for their words of wisdom for the Class of 2015. Advice shared in the week leading up to commencement ranged from a reminder graduates to stay close to their MIT classmates to warning young alumni not to be afraid of failure. To see more advice and get a social media recap of commencement and Tech Reunions, search for the hashtags #MIT2015 and #TechReunions on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
Nancy Hua ’07 recommends reaching out to alumni in your class and others. Find alumni near you.
@MIT_alumni This includes older alumni (such as me :P) in addition to everyone in your class
— Nancy Hua (@HuaNancy) June 1, 2015
Noramay Cadena ’03, MBA ’11, SM ’11 shares some of her experiences and advice.
John Hasar ’10 recommends a change of scenery. Connect with international alumni.
— John Hasar (@cankutan) June 1, 2015
You can do anything, says Lilly Kam ’04.
— Lilly Kam (@lillykam) June 3, 2015
Hold on to MIT, good advice from Jeremy Butler ’98.
Hanna Starobinets ’09 shares her best lesson learned at MIT.
— Hanna Starobinets (@hannastarobin) June 3, 2015
Gregory Moore SM ’88, PhD ’92 advises a humble approach.
Lastly, Dianna Cowern ’11 offers good advice for alumni and students alike: get some sleep!
— Physics Girl (@thephysicsgirl) June 5, 2015
What advice do you have for the Class of 2015?