The MIT Women's League shares a commitment to women in the community with the following on-campus organizations:
MIT Work Life Center provides direct services in the areas of parenting, child care, school information, and job flexibility for the diverse mix of people and families who live, work, and study at MIT.
MIT Public Service Center works to enrich the educational and life experiences of students through leadership and service opportunities.
MIT spouses&partners assists and encourage spouses, partners, and children of MIT students, staff, and faculty to form their own personal and professional networks, and provides opportunities for those new to campus to meet one another, to learn English, and to explore Cambridge and Boston.
Hosts to International Students Program matches incoming international students with MIT faculty, staff, alums, and friends to help students make the transition to life in the US.
International Scholars Office facilitates the arrival and appointment of international visitors, who are invited to campus to teach, conduct research, observe, and collaborate.
The Honorary League, established in 1965 as the Honorary Matrons and later renamed, was created to provide League members (then Technology Matrons) whose husbands had retired, or passed away, an opportunity to keep in touch and meet in smaller gatherings. As guests of MIT's President, they are invited to two annual luncheon meetings featuring guest speakers.
For other groups serving women at MIT, visit the Women's Groups website.