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Come to the IDEAS generator

Do you want to help Haiti, turn around unemployment, curb the spread of influenza, or apply your ingenuity to other issues? Do you want funding for your innovative community service project?

Do you want to recruit teammates? Do you want to get involved, but don't yet have an idea?

Then come to the IDEAS Generator Dinner!

On February 24, at 6 p.m. in Walker Memorial, Morss Hall, you can learn about the annual IDEAS Competition, share information about issues and ideas for projects, and meet potential team members. All types of projects, including for-profit ventures, are encouraged as long as they address the needs of an under-served community. It’s a fun, casual environment where great projects are born.

Learn more about the Yunus Challenge, meet Monster Worldwide staff, hear about needs in Haiti, and forge ahead!

The MIT IDEAS Competition encourages teams to develop and implement projects that make a positive change in the world. Learn more at

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