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Get paid to TA for IAP 2019: Momentum (16.682)
Get paid to TA for Momentum (16.682)! (Class participants are MIT first and second year UGs). This year’s focus: autonomous vehicles. Class will collaborate with General Motors.
Seeking experiences including (not limited to): Courses 2 and/or 6, vehicles/design, robotics, workshop (D-Lab). Position is 20hrs/wk beginning Jan 7, 2019 plus paid trainings in Nov and Dec 2018.