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Gifts of members of the Class of 1992 to establish an endowed fund to support the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program with a preference for students working in the area of K-12 education.
Gifts of alumni/ae and friends to support the MIT Edgerton Center’s ongoing work including its K-12 STEM outreach programs, MIT Student Clubs and Teams, the Edgerton Student Shop and Edgerton Center classes.
Gifts from alumni/ae and friends to support the Edgerton Outreach (K-12) Program at MIT.
Gifts of alumni/ae and friends to support the distribution of the MIT Edgerton Center's hands-on, LEGO-based, science curriculum sets to middle schools and high schools with limited resources.
Gifts to support InvenTeams, the Lemelson-MIT Program's nationwide grants initiative to foster inventiveness among high school students. Teams composed of students, teachers and mentors identify a problem to address with an invention and receive grant and other support to develop a prototype and learn the invention process.
The Lincoln Laboratory Director's Fund for STEM Education is an expendable fund which supports the Lincoln Laboratory STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Education Program. STEM is a year-round academic enrichment program including mentoring and a summr institute for high-school students from Boston, Cambridge, and Lawrence.
An expendable fund to support the cost of attendance of Boston area teachers, as nominated by the MIT Club of Boston, in the MIT Science and Engineering Program for Teachers (SEPT).
Gift of members of the MIT Club of Cape Cod to support the cost of attendance of Cape Cod area teachers, as nominated by the MIT Club of Cape Cod, at the MIT Science and Engineering Program for Teachers.
Gifts of members and friends of the MIT Club of Hawaii, including businesses, to help encourage and support participation in the MIT Science and Engineering Program for Teachers (SEPT) by teachers from the Hawaii State Department of Education School (DOE) or the Hawaii Association of Independent Schools (HAIS). The fund shall be used to defray a portion of the teachers' expenses and to support SEPT follow-up and related initiatives addressing STEM education improvements in Hawaii.
To help meet the cost of attendance of San Diego, California-area teachers, as nominated by the MIT Club of San Diego (MITCSD), at the MIT Science and Engineering Program for Teachers (SEPT).
Gift of members of the MIT Club of Southeastern Mass to support the MIT Science and Engineering Program for Teachers (SEPT).
Gifts to support attendance costs for teachers in the MIT Science and Engineering Program for Teachers as nominated by the MIT Club of Southwest Florida.
To support education and public programs for adults, Grades 4-12 students, teachers, and families, including underserved audiences.
Gifts to support the programming and activities of the MIT/Wellesley Upward Bound Program. The MIT/Wellesley Upward Bound Program is a year-round, coeducational, multicultural college preparatory program for high school youth who reside in and attend school in Cambridge.
Gifts from alumni/ae and friends to support MITxplore, a math and science mentorship program, formed by MIT graduate students, offering after school programs in which elementary school children explore the vast and fascinating world of mathematics.
Gifts of alumni/ae and friends to support the Office of Engineering Outreach Programs (OEOP). OEOP's mission is to diversify the science and engineering community by serving students from underrepresented and underserved backgrounds and empowering these students to develop the skills and confidence needed to pursue careers in technical fields.
Gifts offer general support for the MIT Science and Engineering Program for Teachers (SEPT), which brings outstanding teachers to MIT for a weeklong program focused on current research in science and new teaching technology developed at MIT.
Scratch Fund2741488
Scratch Labs supports the continuing development of Scratch software.
Gift from Shirley Resnick to support the participation of teachers in workshops, conferences, and other educational endeavors organized by Lifelong Kindergarten Group in the Media Lab.
Gifts for an endowed fund for scholarship assistance with preference for the Minority Introduction to Engineering (MITES) program.
Supports a four-week summer residence program at MIT to introduce female high school students to Mechanical Engineering (ME).
Gift to support the Abdul Latif Jameel World Education Lab. The lab with help further learning, knowledge and employability at the PK12, Higher education and Working population levels around the world.