Youth CITIES is a non-profit orgnization in Boston that runs two well-known programs for students, outside the traditional classroom.
L3 Innovation Challenge has students work with professionals in the field of medical technology development. Students design projects for seven weeks and present them in a competition before a panel of distinguished judges. March-to-May Boot Camp has students work with venture capital professionals and entrepreneurs to develop a new product over ten weeks, which is then presented competitively before a panel of judges. Weekly sessions for Youth CITIES programs are held near MIT, with presenters and mentors often part of the MIT academic community.
DECA Club is open to students who want to learn about business. Members compete in role-plays or tests written by the national organization. Competition is organized by states, and districts within states. DECA trains students in four main areas: Finance, Management, Marketing, and Hospitality. CATS DECA Club have been to DECA conferences at Harvard, MIT and other universities in the Boston area.
Model United Nations (MUN) Club
Model United Nations (MUN) Club is an exciting opportunity to think about and experience international diplomacy between nation states. In MUN Club students have the opportunity to take on the role of representing a nation as it participates in and negotiates agreements around current and historical international issues. This year MUN Club have been to conferences at Harvard, Princeton and MIT.
As part of math club you will have the opportunity to tryout and enter national math competitions such as the International Mathematics Competition. Weekly you will get together with like minded people to solve mathematical problems.
Situated in the CATS innovation lab. Robotics club uses technology and coding to create and experiment with robotic mechanisms.