MITES is a six-week residential summer program during which students have the opportunity to experience a demanding academic atmosphere and to begin building the self-confidence necessary for success at America’s top universities. This program also stresses the value and reward of pursuing advanced technical degrees and careers while developing the skills necessary to achieve success in science and engineering.
- Session: Minority Introduction to Engineering, Entrepreneurship and Science (MITE2S)RecommendedStart Date: 06/10/2018End Date: 07/21/2018
- Session: Engineering Experience at MIT (E2@MIT)RecommendedStart Date: 07/23/2018End Date: 07/30/2018
E2@MIT is a one-week residential summer enrichment program during which students complete short project course in an engineering field, attend admissions and financial aid sessions, tour labs, meet with MIT faculty, students, and alumni and participate in social events. Through this program students are exposed to a demanding academic atmosphere, and are introduced to the value and reward of pursuing advanced technical degrees and careers while developing the skills necessary to achieve success in science and engineering.
- Session: MIT Online Science, Technology, and Engineering Community (MOSTEC)RecommendedStart Date: 06/28/2018End Date: 01/13/2019
MOSTEC is an online enrichment program that provides students with an engaging experience that extends from the fall into the early spring when they submit their college applications. Via this online community, OEOP staff provides students with exposure to MIT faculty and staff, information about admissions and financial aid tips, opportunities for discussions about science and engineering research, opportunities for mentorship and to share their own research with peers and professionals. MOSTEC students have also the opportunity to attend a week-long conference at MIT.
- Session: Women's Technology Program in Electrical Engineering & Computer ScienceRecommendedStart Date: 07/01/2018End Date: 08/10/2018
The MIT Women’s Technology Program in EECS (WTP-EECS) is a rigorous, fast-paced four-week academic and residential experience where female high school students explore electrical engineering, computer science, and discrete mathematics through hands-on classes, labs, and team-based projects in the summer after 11th grade.
- Session: Women's Technology Program in Mechanical Engineering!RecommendedStart Date: 07/01/2018End Date: 08/10/2018
The WTP in ME is a four-week residential summer program in the MIT Dept. of Mechanical Engineering to introduce high school girls to the basic principles and ideas of mechanical engineering in the summer after 11th grade. It was created in the summer of 2006 and modeled after the WTP in EECS. Classes taught by female graduate students in the MIT ME department provide an in-depth study of many of the subject areas used by mechanical engineers, such as fluid mechanics, materials, statics, heat transfer, thermodynamics, and engineering design. Hands-on work is combined with analytical calculations and the use of read more