MIT’s Women in Science and Engineering (WISE)

Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE) is a free year-long program funded by MIT’s Society of Women Engineers. We hold monthly sessions on campus exploring different careers and fields of science and engineering. Our sessions feature hands-on activities like LED circuits, tours of MIT labs, and speaker panels with current MIT students and professors. The program is intended to help high school girls discover and explore their passion for STEM.

Below is a link to register for WiSE 2019-2020. The application deadline is Friday, September 20 at 11:59 PM. Acceptance to WiSE is on a lottery basis, and participants will be notified by September 23rd. Our sessions this semester are on the following Saturdays ( 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM ): Sept 28, Oct 26, Nov 16.

To apply, click WiSE.

Girls, Inc. Peer Leadership Program

City of Lynn’s Walk for Peace

LEDA Scholars Program

Boston National Portfolio Day

Sunday, October 13, 2019

12:00-4:00 PM — Free and Open to the Public

Who should attend? – Visual artists and designers interested in pursuing education in the visual and related arts.

What will you do? – Meet with representatives from the National Portfolio Day Association (NPDA), who will review your artwork, discuss their programs, and answer your questions.

Where is it located? – Hynes Convention Center – 900 Boylston Street – Boston, MA 02215.

Who can I contact with questions? – 617-879-7222 or [email protected]

For more information (including participating institutions) and pre-registration, visit massart.edu/boston-national-portfolio-day

AmeriCorps Job Opportunities

The United Way is currently recruiting 30 full-time AmeriCorps Members for the 2019-2020 school year to provide direct support to English learners in grades K-12. Members in the program gain first-hand experience working in public schools and community organizations across the North Shore in the cities of Lynn, Salem, and Gloucester MA. A year of service is also a year of professional development. Members have access
to monthly professional development opportunities, supportive coaching from our staff, experience forming partnerships and relationships, and most importantly, the joy of working with young people both inside and outside the classroom.

What’s required to serve as an AmeriCorps Member?
· 17-29 years old
· High School Diploma or GED (or higher)
· Proof of US Citizenship

To learn more, click AmeriCorps.

To view a flyer, click AmeriCorps Flyer

For an application, click AmeriCorps Application