The MIT Alumni Association
The MIT Alumni Association enables nearly 120,000 former students to stay in touch with one another and continue their MIT connections. Under the direction of a volunteer alumni board, the Association staff engages alumni with the Institute and with one another through events held worldwide, web-based services, and involvement in fundraising for the Institute. Over 80,000 alumni are connected online, via the Association's popular suite of online alumni services, the "Infinite Connection."


             The MIT Public Service Center

The MIT Public Service Center exists to motivate, facilitate, and celebrate the ethic and activities of public service at MIT. The PSC models and encourages entrepreneurship and innovation, facilitates partnerships, integrates service with education and research, celebrates excellence, and cultivates confidence and imagination. Through innovative service learning curricula, the IDEAS Competition, our international fellowships program, and local and international grant-funded service opportunities, the PSC attracts and educates MIT students through reciprocally valuable community service work worldwide.

Lemelson-MIT Program

The Lemelson-MIT Program presents inspiring inventor/innovator role models through outreach activities, courses, and annual awards, including the world's largest for invention—the $500,000 Lemelson-MIT Prize. The Progam's mission is to encourage young people to pursue careers in science, engineering, and technology and celebrate leaders in these fields.