Who is OME

What is Momentum?

Momentum is a 6 unit IAP class that offers students an interdisciplinary perspective on solving some of the world's biggest challenges.

Detials about the theme for Momentum 2019 will be coming soon!

OME Ambassador Job Description

 

The Office of Minority Education is seeking an OME student ambassador who will help promote key OME programs and initiatives to the MIT student body.  The ideal candidate will be a sophomore or above who is familiar with OME programs and services. 

 

Responsibilities include:

 

The GRAD Lab is a symposium designed to encourage URM undergraduates to consider graduate school, to give them the tools to apply, and to make them aware of the free funding that is available to pay for graduate school. 

Date: Saturday, October 26, 2013
Registration: 8:30 AM
Program: 9:00AM – 4:00PM (Eastern Time)
Location: Northeastern University, John D. O’Bryant African-American Institute, Cabral Center, 40 Leon Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02115

Students – come relax, chat and enjoy refreshments on an informal basis with Raytheon. Raytheon's team will be available for you to network with. In addition, Raytheon will be sharing information about the company.

IACME Mixer event offers OME students and IACME Council Members to meet in an informal environment.

Here is a link to the potential companies who may be present at the IACME Mixer Event.

One or two Friday's a month, students gather to relax, chat and enjoy refreshments on an informal basis.  In addition, employers often sponsor and attend these events to increase networking opportunities for students.

Dear 2012 Interphase EDGE Ladies,

As prep work for our exciting upcoming retreat on August 26th, we would like you to share a significant experience you have had this past year as a freshman at MIT.

Examples of significant experiences can include, finding your voice, supporting a cause you are passionate about, establishing boundaries with friends and family, etc.

Your submission will be anonymous so please be as open and reflective as you can be.

Please type your response below and submit it by 5pm on Friday, July 19th.

Thank you!

 

Please complete this overall feedback form after Facilitator Training ends on Tues, June 19th but before the deadline of Fri, June 23rd.  Be as candid and specific as you are able. Your feedback is very valuable and important to us. You will help determine how future Interphase EDGE Facilitator Training weeks are planned, so we really want to know your thoughts!

The questions on this form are about your overall thoughts on the 1 1/2 weeks of facilitator training.

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Covered useful material *
Practical to Interphase EDGE *
Well organized *
Presented at the right level *
Effective activities *
Useful visual aids and handouts *
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Presenters' knowledge *
Presenters' presentation style *
Presenters covered material clearly *
Presenters responded well to questions *
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Length/Duration of sessions *
Spacing of sessions during the day *
Spacing of sessions during the 1 1/2 weeks *
Timing of breaks *
Overall spacing of workshop topics *
Progression of workshop topics *
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The amount of time spent with instructors for class preparation was correct. *
The instructors were organized and prepared to discuss course content/workload. *
The communications from the instructor regarding his/her expectations were clear. *
I have a better understanding of my role in the classroom after spending time with instructors. *
The two days spent preparing the course with instructors was beneficial. *
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Overall, how would you evaluate these 1 1/2 weeks of Interphase EDGE Facilitator Training? *

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