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With over 60 companies and 30 student projects, this year's student-run expo is bound to be the largest yet.

MIT students, drop your resume by February 4th or visit http://techfair.mit.edu/

This year's theme: "Standing Out & Fitting In: Navigating MIT's Cultural Landscape".

The event is free and open to all MIT students. This year, MC^2 will be 2 days long (Friday-Saturday) with students spending the night at the luxurious MIT Endicott House.

February: Friday 24th-5pm to Saturday 25th-5pm
MIT's Endicott House Admission: Free!

Come enjoy the refreshments and learn about the exciting news, events and updates the OME, OMESAC and the Institute will be undertaking during the fall semester!


The Tutorial Services Room will be holding tutoring services Mondays – Thursdays from 7-11pm during the academic year.

Join us for the first TGIF of the Spring and don’t forget to submit your RSVP!

The OME would like to invite you to the first TGIF of the Spring. Come out and enjoy great food, music, games, and fun!

Want to earn credit for studying? Come to the Info Session to learn more!

Tell me about your first encounter with the MIT OME Office?

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

Tell me about your first encounter with MIT's OME Office?
My first encounter was when I met Associate Dean Tammy Stevens and Sekazi Mtingwa during a Campus Preview Weekend (CPW) ’10 info session for Interphase as a pre-frosh.

What were your initial impressions?
Tammy and Sekazi were very helpful in answering the questions I had. I really liked the friendliness and enthusiasm.   

Did those impressions change over time?


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