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Partners and Families

Partners and families are very much integrated into the fabric of MIT Sloan. They bring a welcome balance to the community. Partners and children participate in many student events and have their own robust roster of activities and a full-time support system. Partners and families form lifelong bonds, strengthened by the shared MIT experience.

Significant Others of Sloan

The Significant Others of Sloan Club helps partners and families acclimate to life at MIT Sloan. This active network provides community resources and plans family-friendly activities throughout the year. The club also provides opportunities to be involved in activities or work experiences at MIT and in the greater Boston community.

Meet the Significant Others of MIT Sloan

What is it like to be a Significant Other (otherwise known as an SO) here? Like our students, they represent a range of backgrounds and interests. They experience MIT Sloan in their own way, yet create a cohesive community.
 

Bianca Tedmori, Significant Other Profile

Bianca Tedmori🔗

  • Hometown

    Newport Beach, CA

  • Interest/Hobbies

    My personal hobbies are rock climbing, playing squash and the ocean. I am happiest on the water with my friends and family on a sunny day.

Julia Geller, Significant Other profile

Julia Geller 🔗

  • Hometown

    Boston, MA, although I was living in NYC for the last five years before moving for Sloan.

  • Interests/Hobbies

    I work in Financial Services, but in my free time I love running, traveling, dancing, spending time with friends, and trying all the great restaurants in Boston. I'm also very involved in the Significant Others of Sloan (SOS) Club and the SO Bookclub.

SO Profile

Kyle Langley🔗

  • Hometown

    Amanzimtoti, South Africa

  • Interests/Hobbies

    Interested in making and tinkering with things, for instance am a member of the hobby shop and have a passion for metalwork.


MIT Spouses & Partners Connect

Serving the entire MIT community, MIT Spouses & Partners Connect is a dedicated network for the significant others of MIT students, postdocs, staff, and faculty who have relocated to the Boston area. This resource also helps the community secure childcare, access wellness services, and provides career workshops. Whether you’re looking for the best grocery store, beach, or art museum, the Newcomers’ Guide helps ease the transition to life at MIT.