Upcoming Club Events

Bee Keeping 101 Sat, Apr 29

Bee Keeping 101

SOLD OUT!

Members and their guests only!

We are excited to have the opportunity to watch Kevin Koch '73 restock his bee hive. He will demonstrate how he inspects the hive (unfortunately last year's bees did not survive the winter) and then  he will transfer his new bee colony from their transportation hive to the permanent hive.

We will also sample some honey harvested from his hive last fall and from other local Massachusetts hives.


BSS Coffee: Shefali Oza-Learning from Ebola for Future Emergencies Mon, May 01

shefali-ozaThe 2014-2016 West African Ebola outbreak caught almost everyone off-guard, from local communities to multilateral organizations. Nearly 70 times more people were infected this time than the previous worst Ebola outbreak.

Can we use the lessons learned from this epidemic to be better prepared for future emergencies?  What role can the tech community play in all of this?

In this talk, Shefali (MIT '04) will discuss the unusual challenges her team faced at an Ebola Treatment Centre in Sierra Leone, where she led the design, implementation, and management of health information systems for paper and electronic patient records. Join us for coffee, tea, and snacks as we listen to Shefali's talk!

Drumlin Farm Sat, May 06

Come join fellow alums and family members for a fun volunteer activity at the Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary. Ages 7 and up are welcome. Drumlin Farm is both a wildlife sanctuary and working farm located in Lincoln, MA. Sitting on 206 acres, there are 4 miles of hiking trails with a view of the greater Boston area, as well as the Audubon Shop.

We will be pulling up garlic mustard, which is an easy plant to recognize and will be in bloom. This task requires volunteers to walk on uneven surfaces and bend to pull the plants.

Please wear sturdy shoes and bring gardening gloves and water. Meet at 9:15 am at the visitor center 208 South Great Road, Lincoln, MA 01773. Please bring a bag lunch to enjoy in the picnic area following the volunteer activity around noon.

Volunteers are welcome to visit animals in the farmyard after lunch.

Free for MIT Club of Boston members and members of their family; $5/person for non-members.

Space is limited to 20 people, so sign up now!

How to Find Your Passion and Reach Your Dream Tue, May 09

 Are you buried beneath the day-to-day grind, feeling like you’ve lost sight of your childhood dream in exchange for someone else’s? Lei Wang take you on a journey to discover yourself, to find the passion that is truly yours. Lei will show you—through sharing her own story—that to reach your dream, just drive and will are not enough. Lei’s methods can help you embark on your own path toward realizing your full potential.

Annual meeting 2017 Tue, May 16

Annual meeting of the MIT Club of Boston

We invite all members of the MIT Club of Boston to join for the Annual meeting at the Broad Institute, featuring a keynote talk by Kate Trimble, Sr. Director of the PKG Public Service Center.

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Volunteers Needed

The MITCOB is seeking volunteers for leadership positions. Please see information at Vacant Positions.


MIT Museum Director of Technology & Digital Strategy position

The Director of Technology & Digital Strategy is responsible for all aspects of technology operations, including strategic planning for the current Museum as well as the new Museum in the Kendall Gateway, technical implementation, and budget preparation and management. The Director of Technology & Digital Strategy reports to the Museum Director and is a member of the senior management team.

Summer positions at the MIT MUseum

Summer Educators @ the MIT Museum:

The MIT Museum is seeking middle or high school educators who, in collaboration with the Education & Public Programs team, will teach established science and technology workshops in an informal education environment. Teachers will also develop and implement an independent project that augments current workshops at the MIT Museum. This is an excellent opportunity to gain a behind-the-scene perspective of the Museum, explore current science and technology research at MIT, share your classroom expertise with our staff, and serve as a liaison between the Museum and your school.  

Public Programs Interns:

The MIT Museum seeks several outgoing, knowledgeable and friendly individuals to make the science and technology in our galleries come alive this summer. Learn about museum education, engage with children and adults about engineering, and explore current topics in science and technology. The interns will work in the Education and Public Programs Team leading and developing science and engineering demonstrations and group activities, organizing evening programs, interpreting exhibits and leading gallery tours, assisting with educational workshops, and researching background materials for Museum exhibits and programs. Each intern will develop and implement an independent project that augments current public programming in the MIT Museum.


MITCOB Scholarship Fund

The MIT Club of Boston Endowed Scholarship Fund was established on December 2, 1985 by an initial gift of the MIT Club of Boston on November 5, 1985.

The Fund shall be held as an endowment and additions to the Fund may be made at any time by the Club or members.  The annual net income of the Fund will be applied to undergraduate financial aid, except that first preference shall be given to undergraduate students who are club member relatives and second preference to Greater Boston residents, in accordance with the student financial aid policies of the Institute.

In establishing the Fund, the MIT Club of Boston recognized the importance of endowed scholarships to support the Institute’s commitment to providing need-based financial aid to undergraduate students. 

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Sat, Apr 08 2017
MIT All Sports Summer Day Camp Registration Open: June-Aug.
Amplify your child’s summer with MIT All Sports Summer Day Camp, where children are encouraged to learn a variety of new skills while working together in an inclusive environment.


Thu, Apr 27 2017
"Naija Beta" - a film about African MIT student experiences
Produced and directed by MIT alum Arthur Musah '04, this award winning movie follows a team of Nigerian and Nigerian-American MIT students as they head home one summer to teach technology to high-schoolers through a competitive robotics camp in Lagos.


Fri, Apr 28 2017
Hacking Discrimination Hackathon
On April 28 and 29, cross disciplinary students,  faculty and staff as well as interested individuals from the community outside of MIT will converge to participate in a hackathon in the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab.


Sun, Apr 30 2017
MIT Women’s Chorale, Spring concert, open dress rehearsal
Under the direction of Kevin Galiè, the MIT Women’s Chorale will perform as its featured work Hasse’s Laudate pueri, a lively setting of Psalm 113.


Sat, May 06 2017
MIT Women’s Chorale, Spring Concert
Under the direction of Kevin Galiè, the MIT Women’s Chorale will perform as its featured work Hasse’s Laudate pueri. On this occasion, the work by Hasse will feature an accompaniment of string quartet and organ.


Wed, May 10 2017
"Do you need a Career Coach?"
Traditional career coaching generally includes exploration of past employment, behavioral style assessments, and job-seeking tactics. This session will focus on a practical approach to addressing focused self-reflection and dialogues about personal values and sources of purpose, meaning, fulfillment, and joy. 


Sat, May 20 2017
Science on Saturday - The sound of silence
Children will witness the journey of a mad scientist who walks a struggling band through the very fundamentals of sound and music. Throughout their journey, audience volunteers will get involved with the demonstrations to aid in their understanding of the presented concepts.


Fri, Jun 09 2017
Tech Night at the Pops
This one-of-a-kind, interactive event features contemporary hits, timeless classics, and old favorites. Under the baton of one of the most compelling young conductors in America, Steve Hackman, the Boston Pops Orchestra will be joined this year by MIT graduate student and pianist, Sylvain Carpentier SM '17.


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