There's no better way to learn about terminal velocity than to experience it yourself! As one of the oldest (and nerdiest!) college skydiving clubs in the country, the MIT Skydiving Club knows how to get down!
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Thursday, April 23 at 7:30pm
NEW ROOM: 34-101
Interested in learning more about skydiving? Want free pizza? Come to the MIT Skydiving Club info session on campus!
The weather is warming up, which means the MIT Skydiving Club is gearing up for a new season. Whether you're just looking to jump once or you're interested in getting your license, we can provide you with information and resources to make it happen. All are welcome, and pizza will be provided!
Congrats to club members Andrew Horning and Banks Hunter for both earning their USPA Coach ratings this year!
They can now both teach the general (non-method-specific) sections of the first jump course, conduct group freefall skills training, supervise students making group freefall training jumps (Cat F-H), and conduct re-currency training and jumps with licensed skydivers!
Check out club member Andrew Horning giving at talk at the MIT Museum!
The new 2014 club waiver is available! Anyone participating in a club event must sign our liability waiver each year.
The firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list is an email list for members of the MIT Skydiving Club. Subscribe if you want to try skydiving and want to keep abreast of what's going on.http://mailman.mit.edu/mailman/listinfo/skydive.
The email@example.com mailing list is a list for experienced jumpers in the New England comunity. You can subscribe or unsubscribe from it at http://mailman.mit.edu/mailman/listinfo/skydive-banter.
Some old club pictures.
Really old movies.
|Club Name||MIT Skydiving Club|
|Purpose||To encourage learning about physics first-hand by jumping from perfectly good airplanes!|
|Operational Ground||14,000 ft above the ground at various New England Dropzones!|