## Summer Programs - Math and/or Computer Science

https://cogito.cty.jhu.edu/summer-programs/

Good selection of programs, especially math/science, for talented students

### Math Camps

A-Star Summer Math Camp - https://alphastar.academy/

Awesome Math runs for 3 weeks in July at UT-Dallas; its campers are ages 12-18. You can learn more at http://www.awesomemath.org

Mathcamp - http://www.mathcamp.org

Hampshire College (HS students) - http://www.hcssim.org

**Curie Academy (at Cornell University)-**The CURIE Academy is a one-week summer residential program for high school girls who excel in math and science. The focus is on juniors and seniors who may not have had prior opportunities to explore engineering, but want to learn more about the many opportunities in engineering in an interactive atmosphere. http://www.engineering.cornell.edu/diversity/summer/high_school/curie/index.cfm

**University of Florida-Student Science Training Program**-The SSTP is a seven week residential research program for selected rising juniors and seniors who are considering medicine, math, computer, science, or engineering careers. The program emphasis is research participation with a UF faculty research scientist and his or her research team.

http://www.cpet.ufl.edu/students/sstp/

Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth - http://cty.jhu.edu/summer/catalogs/os/oscatalog.html

MathILy - http://mathily.org (at Bryn Mawr, in PA) - "MathILy is an intensive residential summer program for mathematically excellent secondary students."

MathILy-Er - http://www.mathily.org/mathilyer/index.html (at Willamette, in OR) - "MathILy-Er is similar to MathILy, but is adapted for students who are slightly earlier in their chronology or mathematical development."

MathPath (Mt. Holyoke College, MA) - MathPath offered a two week option for the first time in 2009, although most students will probably prefer to do the full four weeks. You can read more at http://www.mathpath.org "Why should you consider a summer math camp, in particular, us? Because you will have so much fun! Fun because you will be with your tribe. Fun because of the math. Fun because of the leisure activities."

NASA SHARP (summer apprenticeships for high school students 16 yrs and older, 8 schools nation-wide) http://www.nasa.gov/audience/forstudents/9-12/learning/NASA_SHARP.html

NJIT (NJ)- Pre-college programs, designed to encourage and prepare students entering grades 5-12 to succeed int eh fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. http://www5.njit.edu/precollege/studentprograms/summer_programs.php

Program in Mathematics for Young Scientists (PROMYS) (grades 9-12) - http://www.promys.org

Sewanee (The Bridge Program for Science and Math)- http://sewanee.edu/bridgeprogram/apply.html

Stanford University Mathematics Camp (SUMaC) - https://spcs.stanford.edu/

Star League (multiple CA locations) - https://starleague.us

Texas Mathworks Honors Summer Math Camp - http://mathworks.txstate.edu/student/HSMC/description.htm

University of Michigan Math and Science Scholars High School Summer Program - http://www.math.lsa.umich.edu/mms

University of Vermont- HS Pre-college summer academy- http://www.uvm.edu/~summer/precollege/summer-academy/

Williams College - Math Camp - http://sites.williams.edu/mathcamp/http://sites.williams.edu/mathcamp/for-students/

The camp is typically in July, applications are due in April, and admissions is competitive.

Free, 9-day residential math camp for about 20 mathematically gifted high school students who have completed or are currently enrolled in Algebra 2 or its equivalent. Students will be exposed to several different areas of mathematics through colloquia and other activities. Focus will be Number Theory & The Art of Mathematical Thinking. Explore the theory of numbers: asking thoughtful questions, working out examples, looking for patterns, making conjectures, and finally, proving their results.

WCMC is funded by the American Mathematical Society, Carlow & Zepka Construction, and Williams College.

William and Mary - http://cfge.wm.edu/sep.htm

UVA - http://curry.edschool.virginia.edu/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=713&Itemid=67/index/home.html

### Computer Camps

Arizona State University Summer Institute- Computer science and computer systems engineering camp- https://eoss.asu.edu/summerenrichment

A-Star Summer Computer Science Camp - https://alphastar.academy/ (at Mission College in Santa Clara; day camp only)

Boston Leadership Institute (MA) - http://bostonleadershipinstitute.com

Cybercamps (Seattle, WA) - http://www.cybercamps.com

Education Unlimited-Computer (Berkeley, CA) - http://www.educationunlimited.com

Experience America's Gaming Camp (WA) - http://www.expamerica.net/summer/game/

University of Florida-Student Science Training Program-The SSTP is a seven week residential research program for selected rising juniors and seniors who are considering medicine, math, computer, science, or engineering careers. The program emphasis is research participation with a UF faculty research scientist and his or her research team.

http://www.cpet.ufl.edu/students/sstp/

iD Tech Camps (Campbell, CA) - http://www.internaldrive.com

Michigan State's MI St-MST (East Lansing, MI) - http://www.msu.edu/~gifted

Mt. Holyoke's Summermath (South Hadley, MA) (girls only) - http://www.mtholyoke.edu/proj/summermath

National Computer Camp (Orange, CT) - http://www.nccamp.com

PACT-Program in Algorithmic and Combinatorial Thinking-http://algorithmicthinking.org/registration/

The program is expected to run from June 27-July 29, 2016 (dates may change slightly) on the Princeton University campus. Meetings will take place each weekday during this period from 9:30am-4:30pm, except on nationally observed holidays.

University of Colorado, Boulder- High School Honors Institute, HS juniors & seniors interested in engineering, computer science, or applied math & physics- http://www.colorado.edu/engineering/k-12/high-school

U of IL-Girls' Math Camp - http://www.engr.uiuc.edu/wie/games

Catholic U-Engineering - http://engineering.cua.edu/activities

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