Bridging Islam and Education
Summer 2012 - Students from Harvard, Tufts, Simmons College, and MIT began the MSA Mentorship program for local high school students, aiming to bridge Islam and education in Muslim communities. As college students we wanted to use our experience to mentor high school students on ways to succeed both academically and spiritually in ways their parents and imams may struggle to provide. So we decided to build an innovative platform to teach both in the classroom and online, not as professors, but as big brothers and sisters our mentees can identify with.
See how MSA Mentorship all began, the ideologies that motivate our present work, and the vision that shapes our future goals.Learn More
Expanding the Community
Learn about the most recent steps we’ve taken in developing a flexible and scalable curriculum to progress a Muslim culture of academic excellence and how you can help!Learn More
Meet Our Mentors
Read about who is currently involved with the effort and the meet the mentors offering their valuable time and knowledge to help you!Learn More