Seminar Series and Support Groups

What’s complicating your life these days? Adjusting to a new role at work, or to life as a new parent? Dealing with the possibilities and uncertainties of life as a young professional? Figuring out how to help your grade-schooler navigate a complicated friendship, or how to support your teen? Maybe the challenge is how to help an aging parent—or maintain your own well-being as you balance your professional and personal lives.

The MIT Work/Life Center's popular Seminar Series provides research-based strategies, tips, and information to help you deal with a diverse array of work-life issues. 

With more than 25 seminars, workshops, support groups, and events to choose from this fall, you're likely to find the issues that matter most to you.

Explore Our Fall 2014 Offerings (Click on the buttons below to learn more)

Caring for Aging Parents:What Worries You the Most? Teens and Beyond
Parenting: A Little Help Figuring it All Out Work-Life:Taking Out (Some of) the Stress
Young Professionals

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Registration is required for all seminars, briefings, and discussion groups. All programs are free of charge and open to all members of the MIT community, including students, staff, faculty, and their partners and families. Some programs are open to the public as well; contact the Center for details.

Please see Our Seminar Policies for further information.

For seminar related questions, you can reach us by phone at 617.253.1592 or And of course, you’re always welcome to drop by the Center.  We are located in Building E19-611. Visit us anytime Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.