•  Summer STEM Camps

            A list of Texas Camps for all ages can be found online here

            The list of camps below is sorted into four categories:

            1. Engineering Camps
            2. Research-based Camps (Science)
            3. Technology Camps
            4. Math Camps

            Most camps cross over into other categories but are only listed once.

            If you know of other exciting camp opportunities that do not appear on this list, please let me know by sending me an email.


          Math Camps

          • Awesome Math

            It is an intensive summer camp for mathematically gifted students from around the globe. It is designed for bright middle and high school students who wish to hone their problem solving skills in particular and further their mathematics education in general. Many of our participants seek to improve their performance on contests such as AMC10/12, AIME, or USAMO.

            What makes this camp different? We emphasize collaborative problem solving and provide enriching activities within a community of gifted mathematicians from all over the world.

            Our camp balances a rigorous mathematics curriculum and program, with a wide-range of activities that allow our campers to connect on multiple levels. Sports, games, and our talent show, are a few examples at the residential camps. AwesomeMath campers are so much more than their math abilities. They are scientists, musicians, engineers, and, of course, mathematicians with multiple worldviews, cultures, and backgrounds. This creates a unique experience: Collaboration, connections, and community – our campers find mentors and peers who can make a positive impact on their future.



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          • Idea Math

            The IDEA MATH program has been created to help able students to excel in learning math (with much more depth and breadth). We offer the following programs to for students entering 5th to 12th grade

            In our programs, students will be able to expand their knowledge and to learn powerful mathematical tools that can be applied to many subjects. More importantly, they will develop the ability to think independently, the techniques on how to approach difficult problems, and how to apply their skill effectively to solve the problems.

            IDEA MATH brings together students who take pleasure in tackling difficult math problems. Not only can students learn a great deal of math through our classes, but also they will have an opportunity to form friendships with students who, like themselves, enjoy math.

            What makes IDEA MATH different

            The unique strengths of IDEA MATH can be summarized as follows:

            1. Comprehensive and well-tested teaching materials, modeled after the training material of the Phillips Exeter Academy math team

            2. Strong team of instructors, consisting of front-line teachers, coaches, and top former students

            3. Emphasis on student leadership and the development of attitude conducive to learning

            4. Focus on schools and the local math community



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          • Program in Mathematics for Young Scientists (PROMYS)

            PROMYS is a six-week summer program at Boston University designed to encourage strongly motivated high school students to explore in depth the creative world of mathematics in a supportive community of peers, counselors, research mathematicians, and visiting scientists.  Professor Glenn Stevens, the Director of PROMYS, founded the program in 1989 together with other members of the current faculty.

            The Clay Mathematics Institute (CMI) and PROMYS are offering new advanced seminars for returning PROMYS students. Returning students also engage in original research under the mentorship of professional mathematicians.



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          • Prove It! Math Academy

            You can solve it…but can you prove it?

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          • Summer Math Camps from AMS

            Summer programs that help gifted students explore the world of mathematics research (most are residential programs accepting applications nationwide).

            • Links to individual programs.
            • These are programs for the pre-college years. 



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          • Texas State Mathworks Honors Math Camp

            The Mathworks Honors Summer Math Camp (HSMC) is an intensive multi-summer program for high school students. The goal of the program is to develop talented students of all socioeconomic backgrounds through immersive and in-depth experiences in a unique learning environment.  Students develop important skills for future degrees and careers in math, science, engineering, and many other fields.



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          • The Summer Program for Verbally and Mathematically Precocious Youth (VAMPY)

            VAMPY assembles some of the brightest and most enthusiastic seventh through tenth graders from counties around Kentucky, states across the nation, and countries all over the world. The VAMPY community reflects the diverse backgrounds, interests, and pursuits of its students who all have at least one thing in common: a love of learning. For gifted and talented students who crave knowledge and academic challenge, VAMPY offers a life-changing world of both learning and friendship.

            The primary emphasis of VAMPY is academics. VAMPY’s rigorous educational environment reminds students that learning is an enjoyable process. Students spend six hours a day immersed in a topic of their choosing that ignites their curiosity. VAMPY instructors are veteran teachers, college professors, and experts in their fields. When not in class, students are playing sports, participating in cookouts, dances, and talent shows, or hanging out on the lawn in front of their residence hall, playing music, making crafts, and getting to know one another.

            Since 1984, The Center for Gifted Studies through a cooperative agreement with the Duke Talent Identification Program (TIP), has made the VAMPY experience the centerpiece of summer for hundreds of students.



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          • Wolfram High School Summer Camp: Mathematica

            The Mathematica Summer track is an intensive 12-day program geared toward advanced science, technology, and mathematics students entering grades 11 and 12. Students will use Mathematica to learn Wolfram Language programming skills and higher math through projects and lectures. The camp combines hands-on training with Wolfram Research employees and instructors, peer collaboration, expert speakers on topics of interest, and individual exploration. Homework and individual projects will be assigned based on programming skill and subject interest.



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          Research Camps

          • Archaeology Camp

            Brush away the dirt to uncover a piece of ancient pottery—and be the first person to touch that artifact in nearly a thousand years. Work alongside archaeologists, learning from them as you dig, map, and document your finds. Every summer at Crow Canyon, teens join our research team in southwestern Colorado, helping to discover the history of the ancestral Pueblo Indians (Anasazi) of the Mesa Verde region.

            At this academic/science camp, high school students learn excavation and lab techniques, then work alongside our archaeologists. You’ll dig at an archaeological site inhabited by ancestral Pueblo people nearly 1,000 years ago. You’ll also wash, catalog, and analyze ancient artifacts in the lab. It's an authentic, hands-on introduction to archaeology at the pre-college level.

            At archaeology camp you'll also learn about American Indian cultures, past and present. Explore the cliff dwellings of Mesa Verde National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site. And try your hand at ancient technologies, like weaving, throwing wooden spears with an atlatl, and making fire with a bow drill.

            In 2015 USA Today named our archaeology summer camps one of the 10 best adventure camps for kids.

            Educational Focus

            • Introduction to archaeology and Pueblo Indian history
            • Science, math, and critical thinking

            Incoming high school freshmen through graduated seniors; must be 14 years old by program start date.



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          • Clark Scholars Program

            The Clark Scholar Program is an intensive seven week summer research program for highly qualified high school juniors and seniors.

            • The Program at Texas Tech University helps the Scholars to have a hands-on practical research experience with outstanding and experienced faculty.
            • The Scholars will receive a $750 tax-free stipend and room and board.
            • The Program includes fun activities, weekly seminars and field trips.
            • This Program provides opportunities for research in all academic areas in the university. (click on Research for list of all research areas).
            • International Students are eligible/welcome to apply.
            • You must be 17 years of age by the program start date.
            • Program date is June 18 - Aug 1, 2018
            • Application Deadline: February 9th, 2018



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          • Summer Honors Program at Cook Honors College

            • The Cook Honors College hosts IUP’s Summer Honors Program (SHP), where talented rising high school juniors and seniors get a first-hand look at life on campus. It’s a unique opportunity to explore college classes. You’ll make new friends, learn more about higher education, and feel a connection with other scholars.

              The living-learning environment in our residence hall will bring you together with students from across the country, giving you a sense of what your first year of college will be like. Our peer counselors will be there with you to share their experience in single-gender wings of Northern Suites.

              Attend classes that are dynamic, motivating, and interactive. Sessions are taught by experienced IUP faculty who will guide your explorations and give you a sense of what college will be like.

              Half of your day will be spent in the interdisciplinary Honors Core Course. 

              All students will tackle some of the most basic and debated questions of human existence, such as “How do we discern the good from the bad?” or “What do we know? What do we believe? Is there a difference?” in the Interdisciplinary Honors Core Course. Working with professors from literature, philosophy, history, biology, and the fine arts provides a unique opportunity for a synthesis of ideas. You will be challenged to develop critical thinking skills through the analysis of great scholars’ arguments, group discussions, writing, and group presentations. 

              The other half of your day will immerse you in the field you find most exciting. 

              Choose from Discipline-based Courses such as: 

              • Biochemistry
              • Business
              • English: The Science and Nature of Shakespeare Through the 21st Century
              • Electro-optics
              • Mathematics
              • Nanochemistry
              • Political Communication
              • Psychology
              • World War II in America

              You will find there is more to student life than going to class. Check out the planetarium, the music hall, library, local pizza places, and coffee shops. Plus, find out about campus clubs and organizations. This is your chance to explore the university and town of Indiana in a fun and supportive setting. 

              Even if IUP is not the right college for you, SHP will help distinguish you as a student who pursued a college experience while still in high school. 


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          • High School Field School

            Our High School Field School is your opportunity to be an archaeologist. Join our summer field crew and participate in real archaeological research alongside professional archaeologists. With our staff, you will learn how to do fieldwork, laboratory work, identify artifacts, and more as we investigate the Golden Eagle site.

            Golden Eagle

            HSFS 2015 students excavating at Golden Eagle.

            HSFS 2015 students excavating at Golden Eagle.

            In 2018, we will continue fieldwork at the Golden Eagle site, the only prehistoric site in the Illinois River Valley with a geometric enclosure. In 2013 and 2014, CAA archaeologists conducted large-scale remote sensing surveys across the site, revealing intact archaeological deposits, as well as geophysical evidence of the ditch-and-embankment structure enclosing the site. Excavations of Golden Eagle began in 2014 with initial testing of the ditch-and-embankment, revealing evidence of building sequences. Excavation in 2016 tested mound 2 and the surrounding area. By participating in High School Field School, you will help archaeologists understand what people were doing at this site thousands of years ago and how the site was formed.

            Check the results from our 2015 and 2016 field seasons.


            Students 13-17 may enroll for one to four weeks. Weeks enrolled need not be consecutive. No experience is necessary. High school seniors may enroll, but graduated seniors should enroll in Adult Field School.

            Program Weeks
            June 10-16 June 17-23
            June 24-30 July 1-7

            High School Field School 2017 students washing artifacts.

            While in Kampsville, students participate in field and laboratory work with CAA archaeologists. Students learn excavation techniques, including shoveling, troweling, mapping, measuring, soil description, and flotation sampling. Lab work includes artifact washing, identification, and flotation. These activities are supplemented by occasional evening lectures by CAA archaeologists and guest archaeologists on various archaeological topics. Evening activities may include hikes and activities related to prehistoric lifeways. The day usually begins at 7 am with breakfast and ends by 9 pm.

            Please see the High School Field School Schedule and Gear List for program details.

            Students staying for more than one week can do laundry, visit local cultural sites, and relax on the weekends. Weekends are fully supervised. While we do not have regular food service on the weekends, breakfast and lunch foods are available. We cook out or eat at a local restaurant for dinner. Students should bring spending money.

            HSFS 2017 students screening soil.

            Students should arrive on the Sunday and depart the Saturday after their program ends.

            Parents are responsible for arranging their child’s transportation to and from Kampsville. Shuttle service from Lambert-St. Louis International Airport (St. Louis, MO) or the Alton, Illinois Amtrak station is available for an additional cost


            Tuition includes room; all meals Monday through Friday; supplies, and instruction. Students may enroll for any number and combination of weeks.

            Weeks Price
            One $850
            Two $1675
            Three $2500
            Four $3300

            Scholarship support for girls is available through our Women in Archeology Scholarship program.

            Scholarships are also available to all through our Kampsville Legacy Scholarship program.




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          • High School Honors Science, Math, and Engineering Program

            The HSHSP provides its participants with a unique opportunity to “live and breathe” research in a university environment. Its goals are not only to educate individuals about the research process but to provide the right kind of social context for such knowledge and expertise to flourish. Our goal is not to produce award-winning projects (which often happens, I am pleased to note), but to provide opportunities to enrich one’s knowledge about intellectual work in science and mathematics and to make new and, hopefully, lasting friendships.



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          • JAMP

            The Joint Admission Medical Program (JAMP) is a special program created by the Texas Legislature to support and encourage highly qualified, economically disadvantaged Texas resident students pursuing a medical education.

            Funded through the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, JAMP is a unique partnership between all nine Texas medical schools and sixty-seven public and private four-year undergraduate institutions.

            Since 2003, JAMP has been helping Texas students achieve their dreams with guaranteed admission to one of the state's nine medical schools, financial, and academic support to help them get there, and access to resources that allow them to excel.

            JAMP provides:



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          • MIT MITES

            Minority Introduction to Engineering and Science (MITES) is a rigorous six-week residential academic enrichment program for rising high school seniors – many of whom come from underrepresented or underserved communities – who have a strong academic record and are interested in studying and exploring careers in science and engineering. 

            This national program stresses the value and reward of pursuing advanced technical degrees and careers while developing the skills necessary to achieve success in science and engineering. In 2016, MITES served 80 students hailing from 26 states and Puerto Rico.



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          • REAP

            Research & Engineering Apprenticeship Program (REAP) is a summer STEM program that places talented high school students, from groups historically under-represented and underserved in STEM, in research apprenticeships at area colleges and universities. REAP apprentices work under the direct supervision of a mentor on a hands-on research project. REAP apprentices are exposed to the real world of research, they gain valuable mentorship, and they learn about education and career opportunities in STEM. REAP apprenticeships are 5-8 weeks in length (minimum of 200 hours) and apprentices receive a stipend.



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          • Research Science Institute

            At the core of the RSI academic program is an intensive, six-week introduction to scientific research. 

            In fields ranging from category theory to cancer research, participants gain first-hand experience with open-ended, scientific inquiry in leading laboratories in the Boston area.  Academic, corporate, and government-sponsored research teams invite RSI students to join in their ongoing projects, providing students an opportunity to make an original contribution.

            Many RSI students use their RSI research projects as a basis for entry to science competitions, garnering top awards in the annual Intel Science Talent Search, International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF), and the Siemens Science and Technology Competition. Some are recognized by their labs with co-authorship credit on journal articles, and a few rejoin the labs as undergraduate or graduate students.

            Students invited to the program receive free tuition, room, and board. Their only expense is transportation to and from MIT. This allows CEE to select RSI students solely on the basis of academic records and their accomplishments.

            RSI is made possible through the support of individuals, parents, alumni, corporations, and U.S. government agencies.



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          • Sigma Camp

            SigmaCamp is a week-long math and science sleepaway camp for students 12-16 years old. SigmaCamp gives campers a unique opportunity to learn math and science from professional scientists. Our faculty include leading specialists from Stony Brook University, Brookhaven National Lab and Harvard Medical School.

            The goal of SigmaCamp is to ignite a spark of interest and curiosity in students. At Sigma, campers spend time around scientists who can give a first-hand account of what real science research is like. We want to show them the interdependence of the sciences: Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology, and Computer Science. We hope not simply to interest our campers with cool facts and exciting demos, but to give them a profound understanding of why and how things work. We will leave it to them to make observations and rediscover the laws of Nature, following in the footsteps of scientists from the time of ancient Greece to the present day. 
            You may say, in disbelief, that we won’t be able to teach so much in a week! Surely not, but we will plant the seed of interest. The rest is up to you, the parents - and to the SigmaCampers themselves.



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          • Summer Internship Program in Biomedical Research

            Summer programs at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) provide an opportunity to spend a summer working at the NIH side-by-side with some of the leading scientists in the world, in an environment devoted exclusively to biomedical research (At the NIH "biomedical sciences" includes everything from behavioral and social sciences, through biology and chemistry, to physics, mathematical modeling, computational biology, and biostatistics). The NIH consists of the 240-bed Mark O. Hatfield Clinical Research Center and more than 1150 laboratories/research groups located on the main campus in Bethesda, MD, and the surrounding area as well as in Baltimore and Frederick, MD; Research Triangle Park, NC; Hamilton, MT; Framingham, MA; Phoenix, AZ; and Detroit, MI.  NOTE: the number of positions in Hamilton, Framingham, Phoenix, and Detroit is limited.

            Internships cover a minimum of eight weeks, with students generally arriving at the NIH in May or June. The NIH Institutes and the Office of Intramural Training & Education sponsor a wide range of summer activities including lectures featuring distinguished NIH investigators, career/professional development workshops, and Summer Poster Day.



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          • Summer Science Program

            SSP is an immersion into experimental science, designed to challenge and inspire talented rising seniors from around the world. Working in teams of three, participants complete a research project from beginning to end: either in Astrophysics – near-earth asteroid imaging and orbit determination – or (new in 2017) Biochemistry – fungal enzyme inhibition and drug discovery. Each team acquires its own original data and performs its own analysis. Field trips and guest speakers round out an intense 39-day schedule. The experience changes their lives, and the benefits continue for life.



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          • Welch Summer Scholar Program

            The Welch Summer Scholar Program (WSSP), sponsored by the Robert A. Welch Foundation of Texas, has been active for 30 years now. To date, the WSSP has given more than 1,500 students across the state of Texas unique opportunities to emerge in the field of science engaging them in hands-on, college-level research projects using state-of-the-art equipment and modern technology not typically found in high-school classrooms.

            Selected students from various  high schools across Texas participate in a five-week summer residency program engaging in one-on-one mentoring and first-hand research training with professors and graduate students at one of five Texas universities. Participating institutions include The University of Texas at Austin, The University of Texas at Arlington, The University of Texas at Dallas, The University of Houston and Texas Tech University.

            The primary goal of WSSP is to expose talented and inquisitive students to professional researchers in professional laboratories giving them a glimpse into research and life on a college campus. Through assignments, authentic research projects, guest speaker series, tours of chemistry-based research facilities and presentations of personal research findings, students leave the program with a better understanding of basic chemistry and many with a desire to pursue science and engineering degrees in college.

            Students selected for the WSSP are chosen on a competitive basis, evaluated by a selection committee made up of program coordinators at each of the participating universities. The committee considers various factors in their selection including the students’ SAT scores, their academic standing, leadership potential and teacher recommendations.



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          Technology Camps

          • Aggie STEM Camp

            The 9th annual Aggie STEM Summer Camps (ASSC 2018) for high school students provide students experiences in STEM education. If you are a rising high school student or student who has experience in STEM topics, then one of these camp options is for YOU!! In Option A; you will have the opportunity to research renewable energy concepts tied to creating a hydroponic, explore discrete mathematics topics, and tour various STEM labs on the TAMU campus. In Option B; you will have the opportunity to prepare for the Math section on the ACT test, undertake advanced coding exercises, research the physics behind Fidget spinners, and tour various STEM labs on the TAMU campus. This camp is a first come-first serve and is mostly geared toward students entering 9th – 12th grade.

            Students will also participate in nightly social events from among the following but not limited to: pool nights, game nights, and local entertainment activities.

            These camps are residential camps, all students will receive the following: 

            • Materials & Supplies
            • Camp Shirt
            • All Classes
            • Breakfast
            • Lunch
            • Dinner
            • Transportation during camp
            • Same Gender Dorm Room

            Students may participate in other campus activities such as: 

            • Physics and/or Chemistry Show
            • Other Local Field Trips
            • Astronomy Night
            • Movie Night



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          • Code at TACC: DesignSafe CI Camp

            CODE @ TACC DesignSafe CI is an innovative and exciting summer program to exposes students to the nation's civil infrastructure and communities to prevents natural hazard events from becoming societal disasters. Students will foster their talent and creativity by being introduced to the principles of high performance computing and engineering that utilizes cloud computational tools from the natural hazards research community.

            All current 9th through 11th grade (rising 10th - 12th) high school students are welcome to register. We encourage the participation of underrepresented students.



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          • Code at TACC: Wearables Camp

            CODE @ TACC Wearables is a innovative and exciting summer program that incorporates a project-based learning approach to expose students to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) innovation. Students will foster their talent and creativity by being introduced to the principles of high performance computing, life sciences, electronics and Internet of Things.

            All current 10th through 12th grade high school students are welcome to register.



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          • First Bytes

            First Bytes Summer Camp is a one-week residential camp program for high school girls. It is designed to dispel myths about computer science and intrigue young women with the potential of computing and the excitement of problem solving.

            Is Computer Science for you?

            • Do you like taking a large problem and thinking through how to break it up and make it solvable?
            • Do you like to organize things, e.g. the soccer team dinner, the post-prom party?
            • Do you like learning new ways to solve old problems?
            • Do you like puzzles, math, and using logic to figure things out?
            • If you’ve had a chance to take a computer science or programming class, did you enjoy it? Were you good at it?
            • Are you creative?

            If you answered "yes" to some of these, the First Bytes Summer Camp may be just what you're looking for this summer. No advanced math or prior programming experience is required. What is required is curiosity about the most powerful artifact the human race has ever built.

            Through First Bytes You Can:

            • See how computers solve real-world problems in medicine, the arts, and more.
            • Use your problem-solving and reasoning skills to explore real computer science.
            • Get hands-on programming experience and feel the thrill of getting a computer to do what you tell it to do.
            • Visiting research labs and learning abut the newest technology.
            • Work in a team.
            • Find out about the wide variety of jobs you can have as a computer scientist.
            • Enjoy a taste of university life and,
            • Have a week of computer science fun!



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          • HPRC Summer Computing Academy

            The Summer Computing Academy held by Texas A&M High Performance Research Computing seeks to enable aspiring computer scientists, developers, and engineers in their pursuit of computing fields. The academy will host two week long (five day) computing programs at Texas A&M University campus. Participants will arrive in the morning each day before the start of the program and will leave each day after the activities for that day are completed. By combining exceptional Texas A&M University facilities with the versatile Raspberry Pi and over 100 years of combined computing experience between camp coordinators, we hope to inspire attendees to succeed within code-related fields. Attendees of the Summer Computing Academy will also be able to experience Texas A&M University with commentary and guidance from our academy coordinators.



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          • iD Tech Camp

            At iD Tech, you’ll enjoy a one-of-a-kind summer experience, alongside peers and faculty who share your love for tech. Whether you’re just starting your tech journey or you're looking for your next challenge, gain a competitive edge for college and beyond with real-world tech skills and portfolio-ready projects.



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          • IMACS

            At the Hi-Tech Summer Camp designed by the Institute for Math and Computer Science (IMACS), we do for the mind what sports does for the body!

            Our program consists of logic puzzles, computer programming, virtual robotics, electronics, and an element of competition. Working solo and in teams, kids learn how to think logically and creatively while having fun. Every participant is motivated to come up with their own solutions, yet IMACS also encourages collaboration among kids with similar interests, creating a sense of belonging, as well as accomplishment.

            Advanced high school (and highly advanced middle school) students attending the IMACS Summer Camp will benefit from programs such as:

            • University-Level Logic for Mathematics – Based on the world-renowned Elements of Mathematics curriculum, it is the envy of university-level mathematics courses everywhere. Designed for the most talented secondary school students, Logic for Mathematics is an unparalleled course in pure mathematical logic.
            • University-Level Computer Science – A true university-level course in computer science, students go well beyond the traditional introductory courses. Designed for talented secondary school students, its graduates are several steps ahead of their peers in college.
            • Electronics – Student design and construct fun electronics projects, using resistors, diodes, LEDs, capacitors, integrated circuits, and more. Students are able to keep all the devices they build.



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          • MIT Women's Technology Program

            The MIT Women's Technology Program (WTP) is a rigorous four-week summer academic and residential experience where female high school students explore engineering through hands-on classes, labs, and team-based projects in the summer after 11th grade .

            Students attend WTP in either:

            Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS)
            Mechanical Engineering (ME).



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          • STEM Camps at UHD


            Students aged 10 to 17 who are not content just to use a computer but need to understand the guts of applications and programming will find satisfaction at CompuCamp. This high level, hands-on training is so complete that participants with a working knowledge of an operating system like Windows (Mac and Unix users welcome, too!) will leave with a thorough understanding of the ins and outs of computers. Three sessions let us limit class size so each student gets personalized attention from our skilled instructors. Register early for this one – spaces go quickly!


            Given the growing interest in STEM, we’ve partnered with Engineering for Kids to present a week-long camp of fun, engaging, and rewarding challenges that explore several engineering dis-ciplines such as Aerospace, Biomedical, Chemical, Civil, and Environmental Engineering. Students learn how engineers impact society, and experience engineering activities through inter-active hands-on projects and design activities. While the focus is on academics and project based learning, the social experience that results from bringing these students together is an integral part of the program which creates a summer to remember!


            Students with a curious nature are primed to experience ScienceCamp, where cutting-edge content lures them into the intriguing world of science. Working with American Robotics and Mad Science, we are proud to present a week-long assortment of up-and-coming science concepts using experiments, hands-on projects, and several scientific games. It’s a grand science adventure that leaves students wide-eyed and breathless!


            Summer is an excellent opportunity to get a head start on the coming academic year with Pre-AP/AP courses, healthcare, money management or an intensive ACT/SAT prep course to get ready for college. SummerAcademy offers courses according to grade level, with small classes for maximum gain.



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          • UHD Scholars Academy

            The UHD Scholars Academy (SA) is an academically competitive program in the College of Science and Technology (CST) that promotes scholarship and student success for UHD undergraduate students majoring in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). A major part of our mission is to increase the number of academically capable students graduating with degrees in the STEM fields, and to increase the number of those choosing to further pursue graduate and professional degrees. This competitive program is made possible by The Brown Foundation, Inc., National Institutes of
            Health, National Science Foundation, U.S. Army Research Office, U.S. Department of Education, Welch Foundation, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. and UHD Donors.

            Camp Scholarship Recipients

            Consideration to receive this scholarship/Stipend requires submission of:

            • A completed application
            • Proof of citizenship or permanent residency (WIA eligibility)
            • Recommendation forms from a science and math teacher
            • One-page student essay
            • Parent letter of recommendation
            • Unofficial transcripts
            • Signed Informed Consent Forms

            All application information DUE by: Feb.1 2018

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          • Wolfram High School Summer Camp: Tech Innovation

            The Tech Innovation track is an intensive 12-day program geared toward advanced technology and entrepreneurial precollege students. Students will learn Wolfram Language programming skills through projects and lectures. The camp combines hands-on training with Wolfram employees and instructors, peer collaboration, expert speakers on topics of interest, and individual exploration. Each student is expected to conceptualize and develop an innovative technology project.



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          Engineering Camps

          • Advanced Space Academy

            Learn real-world applications of STEM principles as you fly pilot simulations, test your mettle in engineering design challenges, tackle the high ropes course or SCUBA dive in our Underwater Astronaut Trainer.


            • Train like an astronaut on the 1/6th Gravity Chair and the Multi-Axis Trainer.
            • Design, build and launch a team rocket, and safely recover its payload.
            • Learn teambuilding skills on the high elements at our Area 51 Challenge Course.
            • Experience neutral buoyancy while SCUBA diving in the Underwater Astronaut Trainer! (Pending physician approval)
            • Test your skills in our Engineering Challenges by constructing a heat shield and building a Rover.
            • Fly jet aircraft simulators!
            • Discover the role the International Space Station plays in our global community.
            • Prepare for every contingency as you go to Mars on an extended-duration mission simulation!
            • Earn one credit hour of freshman-level general science from University of Alabama in Huntsville in this college-accredited program!



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          • Camp BUILD

            Camp BUILD is a one-week summer camp designed for high school juniors and seniors. Students are given the opportunity to explore Civil Engineering as a major at Texas A&M University and experience the Aggie culture!

            Some of the camp activities:

            • Work on fun design projects, guided by civil engineering faculty and students.
            • Learn how engineers use the engineering design process.
            • Tour department facilities and labs like our structures and materials testing facility and the Texas A&M Transportation Institute.
            • Enjoy recreation: Scheduled opportunities on-campus as well as off-campus. Stay in a dorm: Dorm life is part of the Aggie experience!
            • Learn about the A&M admissions process: Students and parents will receive information about Texas A&M admissions as well as financial aid opportunities.



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          • Computer Engineering Summer Camp

            Understand how consumer electronics, automobiles, and robots are made “smart” by using microcontrollers embedded in these products. Design, build, and program Arduino-based robots. You will learn how to wire sensors to the processor and implement programs to make your robot intelligent. You will also write Android apps for remotely controlling your robot. This camp is suitable for students with some previous introductory level concepts or experience in programming or robotics. Participants of Camp-I will have the necessary background for Camp-II.



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          • Lives Improve Through Engineering (LITE)

            • Classes and labs taught by Kettering faculty in exciting subjects: biomechanics, engineering for a sustainable society, vehicle collision analysis and occupant protection, and biochemistry.
            • Field trips to places where you will see firsthand what engineers do.
            • Opportunities to make new friends from around the United States who love math and science as much as you do.
            • Chances to meet and hang out with Kettering students, including upper-class women who will mentor you throughout the program.



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          • LSU Architecture Camp

            Do you think you want to be an architect?  This is an exciting chance for high school students entering grades 10–12 to explore the world of design and architecture.  Explore basic design principles and techniques to create hands-on building and model-making activities. Interact with faculty and LSU Architecture students on real life projects. Tour the unique architecture and landscape architecture of LSU campus and visit construction sites and local architecture firms. This one-week, residential workshop on the LSU campus is sponsored by the LSU College of Art & Design and the LSU School of Architecture.


            • Get a taste of college life – live and eat on campus! (workshop includes dormitory accommodations and meal plan)
            • Explore architectural ideas through hands-on studios and field trips
            • Attend seminars and lectures; participate in critiques
            • Meet professional architects – learn how they work, and how they prepared for their careers.



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          • Rutgers Pre-Engineering Summer Academy

            The Pre-Engineering Summer Academy at Rutgers University is an intensive one-week certificate program (July 8-14 or July 15-21, 2018) that will introduce participants to aerospace, biochemical, biomedical, chemical, civil, computer, electrical, environmental, forensic, industrial, material science, mechanical and systems engineering through an integrated program of lectures, demonstrations, hands-on projects, tours, and field trips. 



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          • Summer Opportunities in Aerospace Research (SOAR)

            Camp SOAR is a six day summer camp designed to expose upcoming high school juniors and seniors with an interest in Aerospace Engineering to the research and facilities at Texas A&M University’s Department of Aerospace Engineering (AERO). During the week at Texas A&M, students will be able to explore the field though design projects and departmental tours. They will have the opportunity to interact with current students as well as world renowned faculty.

            Students will get to visit many of our facilities including but not limited to the Vehicle Systems and Control LaboratoryLand Air and Space Robotics Labthe Oran W. Nicks Low Speed Wind Tunnel and many more. They will be given the choice of pursuing an airplanes, rockets, helicopters or air ships track and then will participate in a fly off event at the conclusion of the week. Throughout the week, campers will be exposed to the engineering design process and the importance of teamwork.

            Participants will stay on campus in modern residence halls and will have use of the university’s recreational facilities, the university library and the university’s computer facilities.



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