The MIT Work-Life Center Seminar Series

What’s complicating your life these days? Are you juggling multiple responsibilities and looking for a new approach to handling the stress of everyday life?

Dealing with the possibilities and uncertainties of life as a young professional, including how to manage your finances and career? 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? Maybe you want to learn the best way to help an aging family member, or perhaps you are beginning to think about your retirement.

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

Our Offerings

Financial-Well-Being: Your lifelong investment
Young ProfessionalsParenting: A Little Help Figuring it All Out
The Teen Years and Beyond: Parenting teens and planning for college

Our Presenters

Browse our presenter biographies.


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.

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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.

Have Questions?

Get in touch with The MIT Work-Life Center.