There are currently no open faculty positions.
Currently, ACT has a position for Technical Instructor-Media. (requisition #19902) for the 2021-2022 academic year.
To apply, visit MIT’s career website at https://hr.mit.edu/careers.
The fields of architecture, city planning, media, design, real estate, and art are first and foremost dedicated to improving the human condition and quality of life for all people. This credo applies in all the varied communities in which we are engaged, including our own here at MIT. We value each member of our community—students, faculty, postdocs, staff, and visitors—as human beings, with all our wonderful differences. These differences in culture, life experience, and opinion, fuel creative ideas and actions, which are the core of our School’s educational mission.
ACT is always looking for reliable student workers! To apply for student jobs, including Teaching Assistant, and AV Checkout, Office Support, and Events and Communications Assistants, visit the Architecture student jobs page (log in and VPN connection required).
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, genetic information, veteran status, ancestry, or national or ethnic origin.
Opportunities, grants, and related resources
grants & awards for the MIT community
At MIT, the primary available artist funding is the Grants Program of the Council for the Arts. Since 1974, the Council has awarded funding totaling over $1 million to over 1,000 proposals submitted by MIT faculty, staff, and students. Only currently registered MIT students, MIT staff, and MIT faculty are eligible to apply.
Louis Sudler Prize in the Arts
A $2,500 award is presented to a graduating senior who has demonstrated excellence in the arts.
Laya and Jerome Wiesner Student Art Awards
Two awards worth $2,000 each are presented annually to students for outstanding achievement in, and contribution to, the arts at MIT.
Student Art Association juried award. Student work is judged by a panel from the MIT arts community. Three prizes are awarded ranging from $5,000 for first place to $1,500 for third place.
The Graduate Student Life Grants program is a request-for-proposal process inviting graduate students, spouses, faculty, or staff to submit creative, community building ideas for possible funding.
Supports conference-related travel expenses of MIT graduate students in all Schools throughout the Institute.
Related MIT Resources
- Arts at MIT
- Council for the Arts
- Student Art Association
- Student Loan Art Program
- List Visual Arts Center
- MIT Museum
Grant programs for Massachusetts-based artists
Visiting researchers and artists
- Visiting Artists Program
The Arts at MIT’s Visiting Artists Program brings internationally acclaimed artists to engage with MIT’s creative community in ways that are mutually enlightening for the artists and faculty, students, and research staff at the Institute.
- ACT research fellowships and affiliations
ACT has a limited number of research positions in fields connected to ongoing research by ACT faculty. These positions are not funded by ACT and outside funding must be demonstrated by applicants.