Useful Links to SWE's Collaborators
Volunteering with the MIT Public Service Center
Find out how you can get involved in the local community such as through programs to teach science to
younger students for both ongoing and one-time service opportunities. There is also a weekly community
service opportunities bulletin where you can check for new service events. You will also find
links for information about MIT Student Service Groups, working directly
with a community agency, and much more!
MIT Outreach Database Browse through and search for many different types of outreach programs available in a wide range of areas including educational programs!
Boston Children's Museum MIT SWE organizes fun engineering projects with young children during National Engineering Week! Find out more about the museum's programs and events at this link!
Museum of Science With over 500 interactive exhibits, this museum also holds different live presentations every day and it also has an IMAX theater!
MIT Program in Women's Studies Women studies at MIT is an interdisciplinary undergraduate program which offers 31 classes across many aspects of gender and sexuality. There is also a small lending library of women's fiction, contemporary women's studies non-fiction, feminist anthologies, and feminist magazines available for all students to borrow.
Student Support Services These staff members offer personal counseling and special support to undergraduate and graduate students including women. Lynn Robertson is the coordinator of support and services for women students and she offers support to undergrad and grad women students in many different ways. Student Support Services also offers access to the Margaret Cheney Room, exclusively for women students.
Graduate Women's Group Visit the sites below to learn more about the communities formed among women graduate students in different courses at MIT:
MIT Graduate Student Council
Mechanical Engineering Graduate Association of Women (MEGAWomen)
Graduate Women in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
Graduate Women in Physics
Women in Materials Science and Engineering