STEM

STEM II students choose from a range of two-week courses in the STEM disciplines. Each course contains rigorous academic content, laboratory or field exercises, and a research project or design challenge that serves as a focus for their academic work throughout the program. Students also have the opportunity to meet Brown graduate students and learn about graduate-level research projects. The program culminates with a final presentation to their instructor, peers, and family.

The Summer Academy for Math and Science (SAMS) is a six-week residential summer program at Carnegie Mellon University for minoritized student groups interested in pursuing STEM-related undergraduate majors. The program offers two distinct cohorts for rising seniors and a smaller cohort for rising juniors. Admitted students engage in a rigorous curriculum taught by our world renowned faculty and staff who are deeply committed to student success. Selected students have an opportunity to choose from two different academic tracks; Science and Engineering, and Computer Science. Both tracks allow students to develop deeper understanding in areas such as mathematics, physics and computer programming via traditional classroom instruction and hands-on projects.

The Women in STEM program leverages hands-on, experiential learning opportunities to introduce students to STEM careers and role models. During this three-week residential program, students will explore traditional and non-traditional STEM careers, take part in hands-on STEM experiences, research STEM pioneers, and experience college life. Broaden your understanding of the diverse fields which constitute STEM through hands-on experiences with STEM and interactions with STEM professionals. Take part in hands-on STEM research, projects, and experiences. Experience college life while you live in CWRU residence halls, study in the libraries, and walk the campus.

The Summer STEM Program is a six-week intensive that immerses current high school sophomores and juniors in hands-on engineering design and problem-solving. Faculty and teaching assistants from the departments of civil, chemical, electrical, and mechanical engineering provide students with foundational knowledge and expert guidance to address real-world problems in their respective disciplines of expertise.

P.E.A.K.S. (Programs for Enrichment and Accelerated Knowledge in STEM) are hands-on, interactive learning experiences. Summer P.E.A.K.S. give participants the chance to enhance learning during the summer in experiential activities on campus at Georgia Tech. P.E.A.K.S. cover many different Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) concepts. Our programs are one to two week-long day camps for students in rising 4th-12th grade.

The ASPIRE program at APL is the opportunity for juniors and seniors in high school to get hands-on experience in STEM and to explore career opportunities before committing to an area of study in college. The ASPIRE program is a learning experience that exposes students to the real-world applications of what they are learning in school as well as to what it is like to work in a professional environment.

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.

The Michigan State University High School Honors Science/Engineering/Mathematics Program (HSHSP) is a seven-week, intensive summer research program designed for motivated students from across the United States who wish to gain more experience conducting research while living on the campus of a major research-intensive university.

ExploreAg introduces students to the various careers in science, engineering and technology in the food and fiber industry and engages them in actively pursuing career paths that can help them become a part of the sustainable future of agriculture. ExploreAg is open to students from varied backgrounds, with diverse skills and interests, and provides them with an opportunity to explore and understand available career paths in the agriculture and food industries. Our goal is that your student's time at ExploreAg will lead them to discover a passion they may not have considered yet.

Students will explore cutting-edge interdisciplinary topics and career paths that integrate disciplines in science, technology, engineering, art, mathematics, and medicine. This is an inventor's studio, project-based program that combines hands-on discovery with classroom learning.

It's tasty taco of science, engineering and math awesomeness, with layers of savory STEM opportunities in a delicious shell of fun that lets rising high school seniors reach into robotics, or do cool things like brew biodiesel or make a machine from scratch.

Are you motivated by math? Stoked for science? Do you like bending your brain to figure stuff out? Then we've got the perfect summer experience for you! Project SELECT is a week-long science and engineering camp that's exclusively for students between their sophomore and junior years of high school. In Project SELECT, you'll build on your existing science and mathematics knowledge as you connect it to modern engineering applications, get hands-on experience working with Rose-Hulman professors to explore how science can be applied to solve difficult problems, and you'll test your designs using state-of-the-art equipment.

The Smith Summer Science and Engineering Program (SSEP) is a four-week residential program for exceptional young women with strong interests in science, engineering and medicine. Each July, select high school students from across the country and abroad come to Smith College to do hands-on research with Smith faculty in the life and physical sciences and in engineering.

Thinking of a career as a coder, game developer, designer, or robotics engineer? Then start with the experience of a world-class program like the Naval Academy’s Summer STEM Program. STEM is all about exploring, creating, building, and making things better, and at our Summer STEM Program, you’ll do just that. You’ll work with students from all over the country as you test your problem-solving, creativity, and collaboration skills.