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  Home - MIT Educational Studies Program (ESP)
The Educational Studies Program is a forty-year-old MIT student activity committed to providing opportunities for learning in the greater Boston community.

Edgerton Center Outreach Program
The Edgerton Center provides opportunities for students to explore the puzzles of science and technology in a fun, hands-on environment.

Minority Introduction to Entrepreneurship, Engineering, and Science (MITE2S)
MITE2S is a rigorous six week residential summer course designed to introduce promising underrepresented minority high school juniors to careers in engineering and science.

Research Science Institute
The Research Science Institute (RSI) is an intensive 6-week-long summer session of lectures, research and discussion for high school students who are especially gifted in the sciences and mathematics. Applications submitted via the Center for Excellence in Education (CEE).

Splash
Splash is a weekend-long extravaganza of lectures, workshops, and seminars for students in grades seven through twelve.

Whitehead Spring Lecture Series for High School Students
The Whitehead Spring Lecture Series for High School Students offers students an opportunity to learn about cutting edge topics in biomedical research. The three-day program, held over spring vacation, features lectures from leading scientific experts, laboratory demonstrations, visits to local biotech companies, and opportunities to meet with young Whitehead scientists.

Women's Technology Program
The Women's Technology Program summer school brings outstanding young women from around the country to MIT for the summer to explore electrical engineering and computer science.