Matthew J. Baldwin

Matthew is a rising junior studying Physics and Mathematics, who is originally from Britain. At MIT, away from classes, he likes reading, running, being a member of the Undergraduate Energy Club, and working with the Particle Physics Collaboration. Matthew enjoys travelling, which he is able to do many times a year to visit his family in the UK. Matthew has worked at MIT’s Research Laboratory of Electronics, where he developed a quantum computing device; at a high school in Italy, teaching Physics; and at CERN in Switzerland, producing particle collision simulations to support the construction of a new particle collider. This summer, he will return to CERN to continue this work, as well as visit Nepal to build low cost greenhouses for poor rural farming communities, and plans to kayak around Norway.


Suki Zhang

Suki is a rising second-year student from New Jersey studying Computer, Economics, and Data Science. On campus, she is involved with TechX xFair, MIT Mock Trial, and an admin for the Waste Watchers. In past summers, Suki has interned with JP Morgan as a project admin, and as a strategy intern for a boutique fitness gym. Most recently, she is conducting research on cybersecurity with MIT Sloan. In her free time, Suki enjoys reading, hanging out with friends, exploring restaurants around Boston.

Why Did You Decide to Become a Director?

I wanted to become a director because organizing Fall Career Fair seemed like a very complex and challenging task. I also love data and the chance to analyse and optimise the fair for the student body is something I am very excited by. With so many moving parts that come together for just five days of events, I expect this to be the most challenging event I have ever organised but also one of the most rewarding. The impact this event has on students’ futures drives me to ensure the fair is a success, which I hope will leave a positive impact on all of the student’s professional endeavors.
— Matthew J. Baldwin

Why Did You Decide to Become a Director?

One of the most overwhelming experiences in my first year was the MIT Career Fair. It was foreign, exciting, nerve-wracking... I want to make this experience as smooth and rewarding as it can be for all students at MIT.
— Suki Zhang