Browse Open Roles with a Startup from 77’s Portfolio

Job seekers can now easily find jobs at startups founded by Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) graduates thanks to 77's recently launched Consider Job Board.

77 is a dedicated pre-seed investment fund for companies founded by graduates of MIT. The firm writes pre-seed SAFEs of $10K-$100K — complemented by $250K to $1M term-sheet-match funding for companies further down their start-up journey.

The collective fund is backed by:

Explore Featured Startups

At jobs.77.xyz, job seekers will have an effortless avenue to search for and find roles at companies at the forefront of technological innovation such as:

  • Lightmatter, ​​building the engine that will power discoveries, drive progress, and redefine what computers— and human beings— are capable of.
  • Farmwise, building innovative systems and processes that allow farmers to streamline farm operations and increase food production efficiency.
  • Coral, improving drug development and deployment by utilizing genomic data from patients to determine how they will respond to a drug before they get treated.
  • Spatio Metrics, working towards a future in which every building makes us healthier.
  • Perch, using 3D cameras to quantify weight room performance without detracting from it.
  • Novo Space, bringing the pace of commercial innovation to space.

Apply for the Right Opportunity

In addition to the breadth of jobs, candidates can also optimize for granularity in their searches for instance:

More About 77’s Job Board

77’s new job platform automatically includes and updates open positions from its startups websites or any other job posting site they might use. Additionally, the portfolio companies can use the firm’s network to promote their open positions, helping them to hire more rapidly and allowing the firm to provide greater value to their investments.

If you’re interested in learning more about Consider Job Boards, we’d love to hear from you. Get in touch with us here.

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Disclosure: One of the firms that backs 77 is also an investor in Consider.