College essays stalling? Don’t panic! Sign up for the Writing Rescue’s College Essay Help Sessions where you can find your voice, promote yourself, and avoid common mistakes. Bring your Chromebook or laptop, at least an initial draft of an essay (or beyond), and prompts from individual colleges. Barbara Rose of Writing Rescue is an Ivy grad and writing professional.
College Counselor, Abby Van Geldern from Collegewise Greater Boston will help families separate college admissions fact from fiction and enjoy the college process a little more. We’ll discuss grades, test scores, activities, and everything else colleges evaluate. Attendees will get straight answers about what college admissions committees really look for and how they ultimately decide who gets in.
With education costs rising year after year, paying for college is a concern for most families. Additionally, the financial aid process can be confusing, intimidating, and often frustrating. Here’s what you will learn at this 60-minute workshop:
Get outside and celebrate Earth Day with MIT Environmental Solutions Initiative! Learn about the environment and how we impact our planet through hands-on, interactive activities for all ages.
Each year Girls Scouts and Boy Scouts have a special day to "think" about other scouys all over the world. Celebrated on the birthday of Lord and Lady robert Baden-Powell, the founders of the Boys Scouts and Girl Guides; millions of men, women, boys and girls learn about how people from all parts of the world live.
Terry Greene Clark is a born and bred Boston native and mother of four. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Northeastern Universtiy. She subsequently earned her Masters in Business Administration from the University of Massachusetts while attending night school.
MIT's Open House is a chance to see some of the amazing things going on at MIT Museum in Cambridge Massachusetts!
On the public tour of MIT, tourists and locals will learn about the recent tech boom in the area as well as MIT’s history and culture while visiting the main MIT campus, tour inside several buildings and experience the surrounding Kendall Square area in the 70-minute walking tour.
Welcome to the 2016 MIT Open House! Your visit Under the Dome will be fun, educational, and exciting—and give you an idea of the amazing things that go on at MIT every day. There are more than 350 activities planned to enlighten and inspire—whether you're a child or an adult, a student or a teacher. There’s plenty to see and do for everyone!
MIT Spark is a one day event on the MIT Campus where kids in grades 7-12 are invited to take part in classes taught by MIT students and other community members. They can select from a wide range of courses that range from Origami to Theoretical Spacecraft Propulsion to Magic to the Stagecraft of Dueling and everything in between!
Monday, November 19
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