Nuestra misión es fomentar la excelencia académica, crear comunidades preparadas y exitosas y desarrollar la mentalidad profesional entre estudiantes de grupos minoritarios con la finalidad de preparar líderes en la industria, instituciones académicas y en la sociedad.
Our mission: To promote academic excellence, build strong communities, and develop professional mindsets among students of underrepresented minority groups, with the ultimate goal of developing leaders in the academy, industry, and society.
Our Vision: Imagine an MIT experience where all students are connected, happy, excelling, expanding their boundaries and inspired to follow and achieve their passions.
Nuestra Visión: Imagine un MIT en el que todos los estudiantes puedan fraternizar, estar felices, sobresalir, ampliar sus horizontes y sentirse inspirados a realizar sus sueños.
Faces of OME
Jonathon is a member of the 2015 Interphase Cohort, Class of '19, and a double-major in Course 8, Physics, and Course 18, Math.
Reece is a Senior in Course 6-3, Computer Science and Engineering.
Alaisha is a Course 2 Major of the Class of '18.
Involved with many OME Programs, Navil is in Course 7, Biology, Class of '18
Class of '17, Faben is a Course 10, Chemical Engineering, major.
A member of the 2014 Interphase Cohort, Chantal is a Course 15, Management, major.
Kolby is a Course 2-A/6 Major, Mechanical Engineering with Control, Instrumentation, and Robotics Track, Class of '18.
Ronald is a Double Major in Course 2, Mechanical Engineering, and Course 24-1, Philosophy, Class of '16
Part of the 2014 Interphase Cohort, William is a double major in Course 15, Management, and Course 17, Political Science.
Suan is an alumni of the Department of Chemistry.
Evelyn graduated in June 2013 from the Department of Materials Science and Engineering.
Polina received a SB from MIT in 2010 in Planning (Course 11) and a second SB in Civil Engineering (Course 1) in 2011.
Quinnton received his degree in Mechanical Engineering (Course 2) in 2011.
Geena received her degree in Brain and Cognitive Sciences (Course 9) in 2010.