A career marketplace
for students!

Are you an employer?

3 simple steps to get started!

Creating a profile on Meed is just few clicks

1. Create profile

  • Simplicity: A meed profile is simple to build by importing - LinkedIn, Github, Stackoverflow, Dribbble and other sources!

  • Consistency: A meed profile looks like your standard resume template vetted by several industry recruiters.

  • Meed score: Meed score is built from your profile, which is used to match jobs, people and content from Meed marketplace!

Tanya Parker I find it really easy to apply for jobs with simple clicks like never before!

Tanya Parker, USC

(Sample meed profile)

2. Meed Jobs!

  • Jobs: Meed's advanced ranking technology helps in accessing jobs that are most relevant for your interests and profile.

  • Insights: Track status of your applications and be in the know with information on profile visits, ranking in employer search etc.

  • Communicate: You can communicate with other students who are like you, your alumni and different employers.

Maximized my chances of getting into a company that suited my profile. Love it!

Berkeley CS Grad

3. Relevant social graph

Your pulse on the market: Updates from your alumni, people who are like you and content posted by companies allows you to stay recent with your career goals!

Meed is currently open to top 25 universities

University of Southern California

University of California, Los Angeles

University of California, Berkeley

University of Florida

Northwestern University

Stanford University

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Rice University

Brown University

Duke University

Harvard University

Columbia University

Carnegie Mellon University

New York University

Yale University

University of Washington

University of Pennsylvania

University of Massachusetts Amherst

The University of Texas at Austin

University of Waterloo

University of Michigan

University of California, San Diego

California Institute of Technology

Cornell University

Georgia Institute of Technology

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Princeton University

University of California, Irvine