Summer Programs

Elementary and Middle School

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Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (CTY)

1-3 week program, both day and residential. 2nd to 6 grade. 5/6th grade STEM topics include Inductive and Deductive Reasoning and Introduction to Robotics.

Awesome Math

3 week intensive summer camp for mathematically gifted students from around the globe. Four main topics include Algebra, Number Theory, Geometry and Combinatorics. The focus is on competition math and participants generally seek to improve their performance on contests such as AMC10/12, AIME, or USAMO. The program encourages participants to challenge themselves, and the amount of math learned in these 3 weeks is incredible. It is a co-ed camp but it provides a great opportunity spend time with other girls who are working on math at the highest levels.

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MathPath

4 week summer program for students ages 11–14. It is one of the few summer camps exclusively for math students of middle school age

High School

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Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (CTY)

3 week residential program. Math and Comp Sci topics include Cryptology, Probability and Game Theory, Mathematical Logic, Number Theory, Topology, Fundamentals of Computer Science and Data Structures and Algorithms

Awesome Math

3 week intensive summer camp for mathematically gifted students from around the globe. Four main topics include Algebra, Number Theory, Geometry and Combinatorics. The focus is on competition math and participants generally seek to improve their performance on contests such as AMC10/12, AIME, or USAMO. The program encourages participants to challenge themselves, and the amount of math learned in these 3 weeks is incredible. It is a co-ed camp but it provides a great opportunity spend time with other girls who are working on math at the highest levels.

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Program in Mathematics for Young Scientists (PROMYS)

A six week research based math camp at Boston University - a deep dive into the creative depth of mathematics. A typical day starts with a Number Theory lecture and then students work individually or in small groups on problem sets throughout the day and night.

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Stanford University Mathematics Camp (SUMaC)

A four week program at Stanford aimed at 10th and 11th grade students from around the world. Participants receives advanced math lectures and work in groups for guided research. Program 1 covers group theory and number theory and program II covers basic algebraic topology.

Ross Mathematics Program

An intensive 8 week summer program at Ohio State University campus is designed to inspire motivated pre-college students to explore mathematics. Most of the first-year courses are in Number Theory and a typical day consist of daily lectures, seminar groups, and rigorous problem sets.

USA Canada Math Camp

A 5-week-long summer program for mathematically talented high school students. Students have the freedom and flexibility to choose what classes and activities they wish to participate in. Many topics are undergraduate or even graduate level math.

Stanford University's AI4ALL - A 3 week program created by Professor Fei Fei Li at Stanford to increase diversity in AI. Modern Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning is a synthesis of math, statistics and computer science. Professor Li is a founder of modern AI, and it is an incredible opportunity to spend time with her, and amazing guest lecturers from across silicon valley. The success at Stanford has led to 10 other Universities to offer their own AI4ALL programs all focused on increasing diversity in AI, with Stanford's program having a specific focus on girls from under represented groups. Stanford's program included a diverse group of girls from every background, all across the US as well as international participants, typically with deep background in computer science and math.

This is a once in a lifetime program.