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PKG Summer Fellows: Summer 2022
We are pleased to announce and congratulate our Summer 2022 PKG Fellows! Read about their work below and keep an eye out on the PKG blog for updates about their…
PKG IAP Fellows: IAP 2022
We are pleased to announce and congratulate our IAP 2022 PKG Fellows! Read about their work below and keep an eye out on the PKG blog for updates about their…
IDEAS Alumni: Piction Health featured in MIT News!
At the age of 22, when Susan Conover wanted to get a strange-looking mole checked out, she was told it would take three months to see a dermatologist. When the…
We’re hiring! Apply to be our Assistant Dean for Community-Based Programs!
Assistant Dean for Community-Based Programs MIT PKG Center for Public Service Full Position Description Job Number: 21450 Functional Area: Administration Department: PKG Center School Area: Chancellor’s Employment Type: Full-Time Employment…
IAP Health: Sharon Jiang (’23)
PKG IAP: Health – I came for the program’s eye-catching, bright blue advertisement posters on campus, but I stayed for the collaboration with Boston Medical Center’s Autism Program to learn…
Social Impact Internships: Grace Yan (’25)
My name is Grace Yan, and I’m a rising sophomore studying electrical engineering and computer science (6-2). I participated in the Active Community Engagement Freshman Pre-Orientation Program (FPOP) several weeks…
IAP Health: Eren Shin (’24)
As an intern on the Autism Friendly Initiative (AFI) at Boston Medical Center (BMC) this IAP, I was the point person for the take-home Autism Support Checklist (ASC) project. Each…
IAP Health: Alana Chandler (’23)
Given that I’ve spent most of my prior IAPs doing indoor track practice, I had never explored the plethora of opportunities available at MIT for the January term. I’ve done…
Social Impact Internships: Rachel Zheng (’24)
My name is Rachel Zheng, a current sophomore at MIT in course 6-14. I am working with The Coding School this IAP, as a data analyst for its two programs…
IDEAS Alumni: OnePower featured in MIT News!
Matt Orosz’s mission for the last 20 years can be explained with a single picture: a satellite image of the world at night, with major cities blazing with light and…