Who is OME

Tell me about your first encounter with MIT’s OME Office?
While I didn’t realize it at the time, my first encounter with the OME was the summer of my junior year at the infamous MITES vs Interphase challenge. And yes, my team swept both times I played and the one time I coached.

What were your initial impressions?
Since my first experience with the OME was when I was a rival MITES student, my first impression of them was that they needed to go down.

Tell me about your first encounter with MIT’s OME Office?
My first encounter with the OME was when I met with Dean Tammy Stevens (at the 2015 Ebony Affair). She talked to me about what the OME does and how its mission is to help students of all backgrounds. She talked to us about Interphase.

Tell me about your first encounter with MIT’s OME Office?

My first encounter with the OME Office was through my Interphase EDGE experience. We learned about the office itself, the people that were there to help us, and the types of resources available. I didn’t really think much of it at first.

What were your initial impressions?

The Office of Minority Education
Freshman Orientation 2015
Ice Cream Social

Please join us for an Ice Cream Social on Monday, August 31st, 2015 from 7:30pm to 9:00pm in La Sala de Puerto Rico in the Stratton Student Center, Building W20-202. Get to know the OME staff, faculty, and students over ice cream and conversation.

The Office of Minority Education
Freshman Orientation 2015
Parent/Student Reception

First Year Students and Parents please join us for our annual OME Parent/Student Reception on Sunday, August 30th, 2015 from 3:30pm to 5:30pm in La Sala de Puerto Rico in the Stratton Student Center, Building W20-202. Learn about OME programs and services and meet staff, faculty, and other minority first year students over refreshments.

Check out the MIT News Article "Mission: Space for All" by BWA Member Alyssa Napier about the OME and BWA event "Women in Space" on Tuesday, April 28th, 2015!

Did you attend "Women in Space" on Tuesday, April 28th, 2015 and take a photo with Dr. Yvonne Cagle?

Download your digital copy of your magnificent photo at the link below!

Feeling hungry between finals? Looking for a snack after a study break? Stop by the OME during finals and recharge with Fuel for Thought!

The OME will be open for extended hours from 9AM to 7PM Monday through Thursday to accommodate you and your snacking needs this Finals Season!

Please write a short essay explaining why you would like to be a protégé.  The essay should be 1-3 paragraphs.

Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: gif jpg png pdf doc docx.

Please join MIT's Black Women's Alliance and the Office of Minority Education for a special event with NASA Astronaut Dr. Yvonne Cagle, Tues. April 28th, 7:30 pm in 34-101.

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