MIT L.E.A.D. is an effort to provide intentional and easily accessible forms of leadership training for MIT students and student organizations. It exists as a leadership program for students to sharpen and hone their leadership skills and gain knowledge and experience about what it takes to make a student organization successful. L.E.A.D. was developed to promote the value of leadership as a way to gain new knowledge, explore new territory, and enable students to pursue shared interests.  

MIT L.E.A.D. offers multiple ways for students and student organizations to become involved:

LEAD. The go-to place for students looking to strengthen their student organizations! An online repository of trainings, resource documents, articles, and videos as well as a Speaker's Bureau and consultation services.

ENGAGE.  Want to connect with outstanding leaders? Both on- and off-campus? This aspect includes a Speakers Series and Spotlight.

ACT.  Looking to interact with other student leaders and grow your leadership awareness? Check out these multiple one-time opportunities to connect with students, faculty, and staff and to delve deeper into topics of leadership.

DEVELOP.  If you want to develop your skills and tools around leadership, make sure to take advantage of this series of workshops happening over the fall and spring semesters as well as L.E.A.D.’s drop-in hours!