Technology Children’s Centers (TCC), both at Lincoln Laboratory and on-campus, are developmentally based. Children learn in creative, imaginative environments where they can pursue their natural curiosity through age-appropriate activities and challenges. Activities include music, art, stories, sensory-motor experiences, make-believe play, care of animals, cooking, creative projects and games. Excellent teacher-child ratios ensure that children get personalized attention throughout their learning day.
The MIT Center for Work, Family and Personal Life oversees TCC programs and administers a Child Care scholarship program for income-eligible families; information about the scholarship program is available through the TCC web site. Centers are professionally managed by Bright Horizons Family Solutions.
For more information about the TCC Linc center and programs, or to arrange a tour, call 781-861-3850 or visit http://hrweb.mit.edu/mitchildcare/centers/lincoln. For more information about The MIT Center for Work, Family and Personal Life Child Care, please contact Anne Yu, Child Care Coordinator, at email@example.com or 617-715-4324.