Coronavirus Update - Edgerton Outreach is able to offer in-person programming on-campus, in addition to offering Remote instruction for Flashlight Building or Quizboards.  MIT's campus is open to vaccinated and escorted visitors but has additional guidelines in place for in-person sessions.

Edgerton Outreach - Since 1996, our science and engineering field trips have provided primary and secondary school students with activities that cultivate curiosity and a sense of accomplishment in science and engineering.

How to participate

Our three-hour classes are available during the school day (which includes a 15-30 minute mid-point bio break). AT THIS TIME both virtual and on-campus sessions are available. (Not all content is available for virtual sessions, we are limited to Flashlight Building and Quizboards.)  Start times are determined through consensus with MIT and school instructors.  The program is available at no cost to public school classes, private school classes, homeschool groups, and community groups.

Lesson Content & Scheduling

STEP ONE:

We offer a number of in-person lessons covering a variety of topics.  For a listing of both our in-person as well as remote programs, click here.

 

STEP TWO:

All programs must be booked in advance.  Visit our calendar to see availability and register for a program.

Download the PDF icon MIT Media Release for Minors

Looking for a printable brochure of our offerings? Click here.

Amy
Fitzgerald
Outreach Program Coordinator
Course Administrator
617.253.7931