MISTI is committed to enabling every MIT student to make an impact in the world.
MISTI internships are made possible through the visionary support of individuals and organizations who share this goal. With additional funding, MISTI could ensure that this vital learning abroad experience is available to every student.
Global Experience Fund
A $10,000 gift would create an opportunity for at least one student.
A $100,000 gift would create opportunities for at least ten students.
A major gift commitment of $500,000 over five years would fund ten students per year for five years.
These funded internships might be focused on specific fields (i.e. energy, health, environment) or geographic areas. Give to the MISTI Global Experience Fund.
A $250,000 endowment would fully fund at least one MIT student each year in perpetuity.
A $1M endowment would fully fund a cohort of students each year in perpetuity.
These funded internships might be focused on specific fields (i.e. energy, health, environment) or geographic areas. Contact MISTI to find out more about making an endowment to the program.
The Carroll L. Wilson Fund provides an opportunity for one or more MISTI students to pursue a challenging international activity aimed at making a tangible and transformative impact in society. The Fund particularly, but not exclusively, supports projects that with challenges in energy, health, technology, the environment, sustainability, and/or science. Give to the CLW Fund.
The fund honors the legacy of the late MIT professor Carroll L. Wilson who throughout his career sought solutions to important global problems through the application of scientific, engineering, economic, and political analysis to programs of action.
Originally launched over 30 years ago as the MIT-Japan Program, MISTI has expanded to include opportunities for students and faculty through dozens of location-specific programs.
A transformational endowment of $5M would ensure the capacity to run a country program, serving dozens of students each year, in perpetuity.