Cascade is a free program offered through MIT Educational Studies Program (ESP) for students in 9th or 10th grade from local partner Boston area schools. Students will choose two of six core classes which they will take every Saturday for five weeks. Class choices are:
The program includes free lunch and CharlieCards.
If you are interested in Cascade, please encourage your school or one of your teachers to contact Cascade@MIT.Edu or call 617-253-4882.
Who: 9th or 10th grade students at local partner Boston area schools
What: Cascade, Student Applications are now Open!
Where: MIT's main campus
When: Saturday's from 10:30-3pm, October 6th - November 3rd
Cost: Free for all students
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