We facilitate MIT's relationships with governmental agencies, public officials, civic leaders, and community-based organizations with the goal of implementing win-win results.
The Cambridge community is invited to learn about MIT’s activities and to participate in campus programs and events — including lectures, tours, exhibits, and performances.
We support local nonprofits that deliver direct services to Cambridge residents by providing meeting space, financial resources, volunteers, and expertise.
We are a resource for questions about Cambridge, the Commonwealth, and the Federal government - including elections, public officials, nonprofits, civic associations, politics, and protocol.
We believe that a strong “Town-Gown” relationship benefits all stakeholders. We work collaboratively to support our neighbors and identify mutually beneficial solutions to urban policy challenges.
Facts and figures that detail MIT's population, economic impact, and campus planning activities in Cambridge.
A collection of data points that tell the story of MIT's impact in Cambridge.
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