RAK Week

Monica Orta

by Monica Orta

Dec. 6, 2016

Random Acts of Kindness (RAK) Week is a time dedicated to connecting the MIT community through small acts of kindness and spreading happiness around campus during one of the tougher times of the year. It is filled with chance meetings and an opportunity for students to connect with different resources on campus.

This year, RAK Week will take place March 6 - 10, 2017. 

Monday: Behavioral Interviewing (for students only)

Lily Zhang, Assistant Director for Career Counseling and Training at MIT GECD, will go over strategies for successful interviewing. 

Tuesday: The Book Nook

All Day, down the hall from E15-440

Visit the new community bookshelf in the hallway next to E15-440. Take a book you're interested in; leave a book you want to share with others.

Wednesday: LGBTQ Takeover

2 - 4 pm, 3rd floor atrium

Help spread LGBTQ visibility by gathering in the 3rd floor atrium with members of the Rainbow Lounge for snacks, games, resources and more!

Thursday: Ball Pit and Shout outs

9 am - 4:30 pm, 3rd floor atrium

Take a break with others in the ball pit while reading community shout-outs on the screen. Remember you still have time to submit shout outs.

Friday: Open Mic night

Silverman Skyline, 6:30 pm

Join the MIT community at an open mic night to share thoughts, struggles, support, and inspiration.

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