Registration is open form MIT Splash, a program for 7th & 8th grade students taught by MIT students. Introductory classes are on a large array of topics including Learn How to Compose Music using Noteflight, an online composing software; Everyday Physics Experiments; and Fashion, GenZ and the Future Marketplace. Browse the course catalog and select 3 courses per period. Classes are assigned by lottery.
Who: 7-8th Graders
What: Take a bunch of short classes on a huge variety of cool topics.
Where: MIT campus, Cambridge, MA
When: March 16 (10 am - 5 pm) and 17 (9 am - 5 pm)
Cost: $40 (includes 2 days of classes and lunch on both days). Financial aid is available.
Click here to register
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