Outreach in EECS is defined by the broad opportunities for students to build experience and connections with industry and/or study abroad through the MIT International Science and Technology Initiatives (MISTI) or EECS International or the MIT SuperUROP. Outreach in EECS also includes opportunities for earning an MEng degree in the 6-A Program, which has an international component.  EECS offers the Women's Technology Program (WTP) which provides selected high school females (between Junior and Senior years) a four week program exploring electrical engineering and computer science in the summer. 

MISTI: MIT International Science & Technology Initiatives
Check out MISTI! MISTI connects MIT students and faculty with research and innovation around the world. Inspired by the MIT Mens et Manus tradition, MISTI is a pioneer in applied international studies.
EECS Rising Stars
Rising Stars is an intensive workshop for women graduate students and postdocs who are interested in pursuing academic careers in electrical engineering and computer science. Launched at MIT in 2012, the annual event now now rotates between MIT, the University of California at Berkeley, Carnegie Mellon University, and Stanford University.
Discover EE at MIT - A Course 6 Freshman Pre-Orientation Program
DiscoverEE is a five day opportunity for incoming freshmen to learn about EE at MIT - part of the Freshman Pre-Orientation Programs (FPOPs) at MIT. Go for it! (Aug. 24 to 28)
Welcome to EECS International!
EECS International provides all EECS students with opportunities to build their education internationally. In addition, the mission of EECS International is to engage with major academic centers globally, promoting international engagement for EECS students and faculty.
EECS Alliance
The EECS Alliance is a joint initiative between MIT’s Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science (EECS) and some of the most innovative and impactful companies and organizations in the world.
6-A Interview with Cyril Lan
Meet VI-A (6-A) student Cyril Lan to learn more about the options you have as a VI-A student.
WTP, the Women's Technology Program
The Women's Technology Program (WTP) was created in 2002 to encourage young women with strong math, science, and analytical abilities to pursue studies in engineering and computer science. The program provides young women with positive female role models, college-level computing and engineering experience, and an understanding of what engineers and computer scientists do and how they work.
WTP in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Welcome to WTP in EECS! Our goal? To spark high school girls' interest in future study of engineering and computer science.