Founded at MIT in 2004, Middle East Entrepreneurs of Tomorrow (MEET) brings together young Israeli and Palestinian leaders to create positive change through technology and entrepreneurship. MIT student instructors teach computer science and entrepreneurship over the summer and during the January winter session (IAP).

MIT instructors bring together more than 250 Palestinian and Israeli students to harness the power of technology and entrepreneurship to create social and political change in their communities. They have also enabled eight MEET graduates to join the MIT community as students.

Do you want to hear how to support? Contact mit-meet@mit.edu.

Are you an MIT student and want to: gain a unique teaching and leadership experience, share the excitement of computer programming with excelling high school students, and mentor tomorrow's most promising young Israeli and Palestinian leaders?

Discover more about the opportunity, requirements, and how to apply or hear directly from past instructors.  

Open to students with:

  • Some teaching ability
  • Strong teamwork capabilities
  • For computer science instructors, opportunities are available for students with knowledge of Python programming fundamentals, as well as advanced topics like web development, software design, and project management
  • For entrepreneurship instructors, applicants should have formal exposure to business and marketing fundamentals, with real world experience at a job or internship strongly preferred

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If you have questions, contact the Managing Director.
Managing Director
Faculty Director