Get Involved

Get involved

Get involved

with Dialogue@MIT


There are several ways to get involved with Dialogue@MIT (see below). For more information on ways to get involved, email


Attend an Info Session

Want to improve your skills for engaging in difficult conversations? Want to learn more about how you can use dialogue to support your communities through conflict and difficult conversations? Attend a Dialogue@MIT info session!

  • Oct. 26 @ 8pm - W31-110 (SPXCE)
  • Nov. 2 @ 7pm - W31-110 (SPXCE)
  • Nov. 7 @ 6pm - W31-110 (SPXCE)


Tell Me More Skill Sessions

Tell Me More skill sessions will focus on introducing a basic dialogue framework and one dialogue skill per session. These bite-size sessions are intended to introduce students to dialogue and equip them with skills they can apply immediately.

Session schedule coming soon!


Become a Moderator

Another great way to build dialogue skills is to become a moderator! Once moderators complete the SD moderator training, they can propose dialogue topics. Moderators are compensated for leading a dialogue group.

The next MIT student moderator training is being held January 16 - 19, 2024. Register here.

Check back for additional training dates!


Custom Workshops and In-services

Is your student group looking to find ways to more effectively work through conflict and difficult conversations? Would your student group benefit from learning some dialogue basics? Reach out to discuss a workshop or in-service that can address

  • Different ways of approaching conflict
  • Foundational skills for dialogue
  • Brainstorming how to incorporate dialogue into your role or organization
  • Creating a culture of dialogue at MIT

Custom workshops can be developed to address your groups specific needs for incorporating dialogue.