Splash! 2017 will be on November 18–19. Check back closer to the date for more updated information! The below information is about Splash 2016. Click here to view your scheduled class information if you registered. If you are a first-time teacher, there is important information about a teacher orientation! If you did not register to teach for us, you can look at some of our other programs, such as Spark and HSSP.
Are you a high school student? Unfortunately, you're not eligible to teach for Splash yet. Click here to be redirected to the Learn page or email us at splash@mit.edu to discuss options!

Welcome to Splash!

What? Teach anything you want to high school students.
When? November 19-20, 2016, the weekend before Thanksgiving.
Who? You!
How? Registration for classes is now closed, but if you missed it, keep an eye out for information about more volunteering opportunities.

Splash is a two-day program that happens in the fall and will attract more than 2500 students from the 9th through 12th grades. As a Splash teacher, you get to pick any subject that interests you and teach a one-session class. Your class can be from one hour to nine hours long and can be anything from a hands-on walk-in activity to a discussion-based class with 10 students to a lecture with 200 students. Splash is run as an entirely volunteer-based program.

Don’t know what to teach? Check out What Should I Teach? for suggestions and old course catalogs.

Want more information on how to teach? Check out Teaching Advice for some teaching tips.

For more detailed information, check out the program details page, or send us an email at splash@mit.edu.

Last modified on March 07, 2017 at 09:48 p.m.