The MIT THINK Scholars Program, part of MIT TechX, fosters student-led innovation in STEM fields. It offers mentorship and funding to high school students across the US to turn their research proposals into reality.
- Initiative of MIT TechX for promoting student-led innovation in STEM.
- Accepts project proposals from high school students across the US.
- Provides mentorship and funding to selected proposals.
- Finalists receive an all-expenses paid trip to MIT.
- Designated as MIT THINK Scholars upon successful project completion.
- Applicants must be full-time high school students.
- Must have permanent U.S. residency during the academic year.
- U.S. citizenship is not a requirement, but U.S. citizens living abroad are not eligible.
- Limited to one proposal per academic year, individually or in a group of two.
- Register for an account and enter personal information.
- (Optional) Partner with another student.
- Submit a written project proposal adhering to specific guidelines.
The MIT THINK Program is an opportunity for high school students to engage in STEM research with support from MIT mentors. It aims to inspire and nurture young innovators, providing the resources and guidance needed to bring their ideas to fruition.