Whether you are a member of the faculty or staff, a student or postdoctoral associate or postdoctoral fellow, call on us whenever you need a solution, big or small. Whatever your phase of life, whatever your challenge, we're here to lend support and connect you to resources and support systems, no matter where you are located. In addition to one-on-one consultations, we offer a wide range of programs that address specific life issues and events.
What’s complicating your life these days? Juggling multiple responsibilities and need a new approach to handling the stress that life inevitably puts in your path? Perhaps you’re adjusting to life as a new parent? Wondering how to support your school-age child, or how to help your high schooler plan for college? Dealing with the possibilities and uncertainties of life as a young professional, including how to manage your finances and career? Maybe you want to learn how to help an aging parent—or maintain your own well-being as you balance your professional and personal goals?
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, and support groups to choose from this spring, you’re sure to find the issues that matter most to you.
Your Newest Work-Life Benefits:
Planning and Paying for College: Take advantage of personalized guidance, online resources, seminars, and webinars designed to help you navigate the complex college admissions process, plan and pay for your child’s college education, and develop a repayment strategy for your child’s student loans.
Student Loan Repayment: Access timely information on repaying your student loans. Receive expert guidance on your unique student loan situation by signing up for a personalized consultation session or by attending a seminar or workshop.
Senior Care Planning: Experienced Senior Care Advisors provide in-depth consultations, share tips and resources, facilitate family meetings, and generate customized action plans to address your unique short-term and long-term caregiving needs.
Special Needs Resource: Parents of children who are struggling with developmental, emotional, or learning challenges—from birth through young adulthood—gain access to a range of expert online tools, seminars, and webinars, which offer a comprehensive roadmap to support success in school.