Cascade


Program Vitals

What: Learn anything at Cascade! At Cascade, you will take two classes every Saturday for five weeks. Classes are offered by MIT community members (undergraduates, graduates, or faculty) or members of nearby universities, and can be about anything the teacher cares a lot about. As a Cascade student, you will take a morning class, have lunch with your classmates, and end with your second class.
Classes: You will choose from several core classes. The schedule for Cascade 2017 has not yet been released, but last year's classes were: Crime Scene Investigation, Games, Numbers, and How to Win, Making Games with Gameblox, and The Words in Me.
When: Cascade 2016 will take place on Saturday mornings for four hours from October 7th through November 4th.
Who: Students are eligible if they attend ninth or tenth grade at local partner Boston schools. We are reaching out to students from a limited group of schools, so if you are a student interested in Cascade, please encourage your school or one of your teachers to contact us.
Cost: Cascade is free for all students, including lunch!
Where: MIT's main campus

If you are a student interested in Cascade, apply here or ask one of your teachers or school administrators to contact us. They can email us at cascade@mit.edu or call us at 617-253-4882.



Last modified on May 23, 2017 at 10:41 p.m.