24.133 (Experiential Ethics) is a 3-unit class offered during the summer at MIT that can easily be taken alongside other MIT’s other experiential programs (UROP, PKG, MISTI, etc.). Experiential Ethics was created by the Office of Experiential Learning and the Department of Linguistics and Philosophy (the Philosophy Section specifically). In this course, students explore the ethical landscape of science and technology through discussing the ethical and social aspects of their summer experiences. This class gives MIT students the knowledge of how technology impacts various groups of people in a way that empowers them to pioneer change in the field of technology after they graduate. Experiential Ethics is a great supplement to any summer work, and introduces MIT students to embedded ethics education. Those interested in applying to enroll in Experiential Ethics for the summer of 2021 must do so by March 31, 2021. For more information, visit this link.