Educational Resources at MIT

MIT has many outreach opportunities in addition to BWSI - we'd like to highlight a few here and hope that there is something that fits your needs whether a student or professional educator.

Outreach at MIT

Lots of links and descriptions to programs at MIT (including some of these)

Outreach at Lincoln Laboratory

Lots of links and brief descriptions, info on Science on Saturday too.


One of the biggest programs at MIT, run by MITES


Online and Teacher programs available, 2023 programs are in person!

Lemelson Foundation

Education and grant programs for teams of students to innovate solutions!

Scheller Teacher Education Program (STEP)

Tools and programs for teachers and programs for students


Coding activiities and resources


SEED Academy serves middle and high school students from Boston, Cambridge, and Lawrence.

Full Steam Ahead

A collection of resources that MIT is putting together for teaching and learning online from PK - Adults


Program sponsored by IEEE with teacher resources and student programs


MIT Media Lab with AI research and many AI focused resources for students

Women's Technology Program

Hosted by MIT Mechanical Engineering and Electrical Engineering/Computer Science Depts.

Open Course Ware for high school students

MIT OpenCourseWare now available at high school level
MIT OpenCourseWare (OCW), the free and open collection of material from thousands of MIT courses, can now be filtered to reveal high school-level courses. Check out courses that range from Thermodynamics and Climate Change to Girls Who Build Cameras.

MIT Haystack Observatory Programs

Focus on radio, radio telescopes, earth and atmospheric sensing.  Great material for teachers!

From MITRE: Quantum Software Online Course

This course will help you develop practicable quantum software engineering skills and enable you to implement and analyze quantum algorithms.