LGBTQ Community Leadership Retreat to Provincetown Sep. 25–27

September 18, 2015

There are still spaces for about 10 graduate students in the LBGTQ Community Leadership Retreat to Provincetown. The goal of the retreat is to foster relationships and plan initiatives among LBGT and Ally students and organizations on MIT’s campus. All students are welcome on this fun weekend of community-building, planning for the year ahead, and enjoying Provincetown. This retreat is for new and returning undergraduate and graduate students, people who have or who might not have been involved in programs or planning, or for people who have questions, ideas, hopes, and energy for making the most of the 2015–2016 academic year.

There is no cost for you to attend, and meals and transportation will be provided.

Take a break from classes, hang out with other grad students and undergrads, and reflect on issues of sexual and gender identity and how they relate to life and leadership at MIT. The retreat is free of cost to students, although bringing some money for down time is advised. The bus leaves from Rainbow Lounge at 5pm, Friday, September 25, returning to MIT around 6pm, Sunday, September 27.

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