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IAP 2001 Activities by Sponsor

Alumni Association

Life After MIT: A Woman's Perspective
Christine Tempesta , Amy J. Fienup 98 EE
Wed Jan 24, 07-09:00pm, 10-105 Bush Room

No limit but advance sign up required (see contact below)
Signup by: 24-Jan-2001
Single session event

AMITA, the Association of MIT Alumnae, is sponsoring its annual "Life After MIT" event where students can network with MIT Alumnae. We will have informal roundtable discussions on a variety of topics including balancing a career and family, graduate school, entrepreneurship, and consulting. Current women students, both undergraduate and graduate, will have an opportunity to connect with alumnae and gain insight from their post-MIT experiences, challenges, and successes. Pizza and soda will be provided. To learn more about AMITA, check out the website.
Web: http://www.mit-amita.org
Contact: Amy J. Fienup '98, (617) 619-5576, ajfienup@alum.mit.edu

Openly Gay after Graduation
Christine Tempesta , Wilson Wong'89, Jeff Kommers PH '99
Thu Jan 25, 07-09:00pm, Bush Room, 10-105

No enrollment limit, no advance sign up
Single session event

The MIT Bisexual, Gay and Lesbian Alumni group (BGALA) sponsors a panel discussion on the topic of being "out" in the workplace. Local business and academic leaders are members of the panel. Discussion topics include general social challenges associated with being "out" at work, and the legal rights of gays and lesbians in the workplace. Refreshments will be served.
Web: http://alumweb.mit.edu/groups/bgala
Contact: Wilson Wong, wilson.wong@alum.mit.edu

Student/Alumni Externship Program
Christine Tempesta , Kathy O'Malley-Taylor
Mon-Fri, Jan 8-12, 15-19, 22-26, 29-2, 09am-05:00pm, Various

Enrollment limited: advance sign up required (see contact below)
Signup by: 06-Nov-2000
Limited to 125 participants.
Single session event

The Externship Program offers an opportunity for students to shadow alumni at their workplace. These unpaid externships take place during IAP, and may last anywhere from a day to the full month. Externships are available in Greater Boston, Washington, D.C., New York City, and Northern California. Alumni are Externship sponsors, and provide an experience that introduces the student to their career field. Over 100 Externships are available in fields from medicine to investment banking to computer software development.All externship descriptions and applications for program available on the website.
Web: http://web.mit.edu/alum/connect/students/externships/externship-students.html
Contact: Kathy O'Malley-Talyor, 10-110, x3-6378, externship@mit.edu


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