According to their website, the organization’s purpose is to “create responsible and creative world-citizens… MITT is a stimulating, experiential environment where you can start to build the next level of your life.”
They call it the “Harvard for the mind,” but do not have any specific descriptions of what they do.
In an article for GQ, published in late 2018, one journalist describes his experience with the organization.
For newcomers, M.I.T.T. can seem like a sideshow barker, promising mind-blowing experiences once you get inside the tent, but you have to take their word for it and pay first… For the next hour, Aunt Lydia explained a set of “ground rules” we needed to obey through Sunday. No tardiness. No phones. No “side-talking” with others, which meant no conversing unless instructed, and no saying “bless you” if someone sneezed. Also, no alcohol or drugs, and no eating or drinking at any time in the ballroom.
Read a former member’s accounts of the alleged cult here.
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