CORE
program
http://web.mit.edu/core-program

MIDDLE SCHOOL PROGRAMS


MIT’s Office of Engineering Outreach Programs offers two unique enrichment opportunities free of charge to middle school students who attend public schools in the Boston area:


MIT Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) Program


The STEM Program is a year-round academic enrichment opportunity for talented middle school students from Boston, Cambridge, and Lawrence, MA, who want to explore their interests in science, technology, engineering and math.  The program includes a five-week Summer Institute, Mentoring Program and Parent Programming Series.


For more information about the STEM Program contact: stem@mit.edu



MIT Science of Baseball Program (MSBP)


MSBP is a four-week summer program aimed at improving the math and science skills of entering eighth grade boys in Boston and Cambridge by building on their interest in baseball. Starting in 2008, participants in MSBP will also have the opportunity to participate in an academic year mentoring program


For more information about MSBP contact: msbp@mit.edu

MITES

http://web.mit.edu/mites/www
SEED
Academy
http://web.mit.edu/seed
STEM
Program
http://web.mit.edu/stem
MSBP

http://web.mit.edu/msbp
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