Women's Technology Program


Massachusetts Institute of Technology


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Message to Sponsors and Supporters:

The Mechanical Engineering track of WTP will be an in person day program for summer 2023, requiring students to commute to MIT each day. Housing will not be provided. The program will be completely FREE two the 20 student attending from around the country

The Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) track of the Women's Technology Program will be taking a hiatus so will not be offered in the summer of 2023.

Each year the Women's Technology Program must generate significant funding to continue. WTP would not be possible without the generous support of our sponsors:



Why we need your help

We have continued the policy started during the two virutal WTP progras of offering WTP to be  FREE to all high school students who attend.

Unfortunately we do not have sufficient funding to house the students in the MIT dorms, so non-local students had to find their own accomodations. 

We would like to continue to make WTP free for all students and want to return to a residential program (in the dorms) in 2024.  In order to make a residential WTP available to all students we seek donations from our sponsors to help cover their program costs.

Gifts and grants of all sizes are most welcome! Here are some ways you can become a contributor:

Individual Donors

Click on one of the links at the top of this page to support the Women's Technology Program through a designated gift to WTP-ME.

Corporations and Foundations

The Women's Technology Program welcomes funding from corporations and foundations. Representatives from sponsoring organizations are invited to our final banquet to meet the students, and engineers from sponsor companies often participate as guest speakers.

To learn more, contact: Barbara Hughey , WTP Director, at wtp@mit.edu.

Thank you for helping us continue this important outreach to inspire future engineers and computer scientists!