Jill Bassett appointed Director of PKG

She will leverage decades of expertise in community engagement for government, policy, health, higher ed, and human services organizations.

The PKG Center is the epicenter of public service at MIT. Public service is a springboard to take your learning beyond the classroom and into communities around the world through internships, fellowships, and public service projects.

Photo: Employment and Internships

Earn while you learn with PKG programs designed to harness your unique skills. Tackle issues like climate change, food insecurity, and community health.

Employment and
Internships

Photo: Funding

Discover how PKG can fund your next public service project or venture!

Funding

Photo: Trainings and Networking

Come to a PKG event to meet and network with nonprofits, government agencies, and the MIT community or register for a workshop to hone your skills.

Training and
Networking

Photo: Short-Term Experiences

We understand your free time is limited — so PKG has designed its public service programs to fit in when you have the most flexibility: summer, IAP, and spring break.

Short-term
Experiences