This year the MIT Club of Boston is sponsoring two teachers to participate in the Science and Engineering Program for Teachers (SEPT), a one week program for selected teachers to participate in a one-week program at MIT where teachers are exposed to a heavy dose of the latest and greatest science and engineering research delivered by MIT researchers and teachers.
These teachers are supported through charitable donations to the MIT Club of Boston SEPT Fund, account #3892653. For those who would like to make a donation to this fund to provide future support for local teachers to participate in SEPT, you can make an online donation here, or designate account #3892653, MIT Club of Boston SEPT Fund, when you send a donation to MIT.
If you know a teacher who would like to apply to the program next year and be sponsored by the MIT Club of Boston, please contact Inspirational Teacher Volunteer, Bonny Kellermann, at firstname.lastname@example.org. (Learn about the teachers participating in SEPT this year.)
As Director of Admissions for Sloan's MBA and MFin program and as a former associate director within MIT Professional Education, Dawna is well positioned to leverage her previous experience within the School of Engineering as well as coordinate events with Sloan. She has lots of great ideas for new professional development events. You may reach her at email@example.com
Mark has his own strategy consulting and market research company, so he can bring a lot of experience to the Boston Energy Series (BES). He already has lots of ideas of what to do and is incredibly organized. He will be re-energizing the committee and hopes to bring new ideas to the field of energy. I look forward to many BES events in the future. You may reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org
There are leadership positions available in the Club of Boston. Email Bonny Kellermann
- Assistant IM Sports Director - Coordinates IM sports
- K12 Volunteer Coordinator - Followup with existing and Potential K12 Volunteers, keep opportunities page up to date
- K12 Parent and Resource Coordinator - Advertise learning and competition opportunities for students and links for parents
The MIT Club of Boston Scholarship Fund was established in 1985 with donations from the MIT Club of Boston. Over the years, 14 different students have received support from the MIT Club of Boston Scholarship Fund. Like all students at MIT who receive need-based scholarship support, these students would not have been able to afford to attend MIT without financial assistance. The MIT Club of Boston is proud to support these students.
Ashley Santelises '16 is the newest recipient of support from the MIT Club of Boston Scholarship Fund. Ashley is a freshman from Roslindale, MA. Like about 13% of her classmates, she is the first generation in her family to attend college.
Ashley participated in MIT's Minority Introduction to Engineering and Science (MITES) program the summer before her senior year in high school. She relishes the upbeat culture at MIT with many intelligent and innovative people who want to make a positive impact in the world and is considering majoring in Brain and Cognitive Sciences along with Biomedical Engineering.
Ms. Santelises is very grateful for the scholarship support that will enable her to accomplish her dreams and make positive contributions to society. The MIT Club of Boston is very proud to be providing her with that support.
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