MIT College Student Speaker Series-June 5th

Register by Thursday, May 27th, 3:00 AM

Hello Everyone! This conversation is intended for high school students in the United States that identify themselves with the African American Community, Hispanic/Latinx community, and LGTBQ community. There will be two talks on May 29th, June 5th, and June 12th from 2-4 pm Eastern Time. In order to attend, you must complete this short application form. Please check below for additional information.

Featured Speakers

Moises Trejo

Moises Trejo is a third-year student at MIT studying computer science. He is originally from Dallas, Texas, and is a proud Mexican. He has vast experience in coding and has interned for Facebook and will be working at Twitter this summer!

Tanner Bonner

Tanner Bonner is a third-year student at MIT studying Urban Planning and Computer Science. He originally is from Metro Detroit, Michigan. His academic interest expands from mental health advocacy, education policy, and Data visualization and communication.