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Mentoring InTo Engineering (MITE)

MITE Summer Program participants standing in front of the Booker T. Washington statue

Mentoring InTo Engineering I (MITE) is a one-week summer program designed for motivated minority rising juniors in high school to introduce them to the exciting world of engineering. MITE offers an in-depth, on-campus opportunity that allows students to participate in lectures, laboratory demonstrations, and facility tours, as well as to perform hands-on engineering projects with Tuskegee faculty, students and alumni.  MITE I session will be offered June 16-22, 2019.

Mentoring InTo Engineering II (MITE) is a one-week summer program designed for motivated minority rising seniors in high school. The purpose of the program is to introduce them to the exciting world of engineering. The program offers an in-depth, on-campus exposure for rising high school seniors. This great opportunity allows students to participate in lectures, laboratory demonstrations, and facility tours, as well as to perform hands on discipline oriented engineering projects with Tuskegee faculty, students, and alumni.  MITE II session will be offered July 14-20, 2019 (tentatively).

All MITE participants are required to pay a $50 application fee. Upon acceptance to the program, the participants will be responsible for an enrollment fee and any personal expenses.

How Can You Participate in MITE?

  • Be a rising High School Junior or Senior with a 3.0 GPA or better
  • Complete and submit the MITE application by the April 10 deadline
  • Letter of Recommendation
  • Official Transcript
  • Include a Non-Refundable Application Fee of $50 (Cashier Check or Money Order Only)

For More Information Contact:
Toya Dean
Tuskegee University
Coordinator of Student Activities
200 Luther Foster Hall
Tuskegee, Alabama 36088
Phone: 334-727-8946 or 334-727-8355
Email:  tdean@tuskegee.edu

Apply to the MITE summer program!