The MIT Women’s Technology Program in EECS (WTP-EECS) is a rigorous, fast-paced four-week academic and residential experience where female high school students explore electrical engineering, computer science, and discrete mathematics through hands-on classes, labs, and team-based projects in the summer after 11th grade.
- Session: Women's Technology Program in Electrical Engineering & Computer ScienceRecommendedStart Date: 07/01/2018End Date: 08/10/2018
- Session: Women's Technology Program in Mechanical Engineering!RecommendedStart Date: 07/01/2018End Date: 08/10/2018
The WTP in ME is a four-week residential summer program in the MIT Dept. of Mechanical Engineering to introduce high school girls to the basic principles and ideas of mechanical engineering in the summer after 11th grade. It was created in the summer of 2006 and modeled after the WTP in EECS. Classes taught by female graduate students in the MIT ME department provide an in-depth study of many of the subject areas used by mechanical engineers, such as fluid mechanics, materials, statics, heat transfer, thermodynamics, and engineering design. Hands-on work is combined with analytical calculations and the use of read more
- RecommendedStart Date: 07/02/2018End Date: 08/12/2018
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.Each year, PROMYS and the Clay Mathematics Institute (CMI) offer advanced seminars for returning PROMYS students. Returning students also engage in original research under the mentorship of professional mathematicians. Counselors and returning students will also organize their own seminars.
- RecommendedStart Date: 06/25/2018End Date: 08/05/2018
LIFE AT RSIStudents begin their summer with one week of seminars highlighting current research topics in biology, chemistry, engineering, mathematics, physics, and humanities. RSI students gain access to the extensive computing resources of MIT, and receive the tools they will need to find current publications, to model complex systems, to prepare a scientific paper, and to make a conference-style presentation. The RSI evening lecture series begins the first week and continues throughout the summer and provides students with the ability to meet face-to-face with science and technology leaders such as Nobel laureates and technology entrepreneurs. Students receive their preliminary assignments read more
- Session: InternshipRecommendedStart Date: 07/01/2018End Date: 08/10/2018
With hands-on research opportunities in multiple fields, the Research in Science & Engineering (RISE) Internship track provides students an opportunity to explore, in depth, the many facets of university laboratory research. Take some time to peruse the faculty profiles on the departmental websites of your interest through the links above. Not only will these profiles give you a sense of the exciting research going on at Boston University, but you will be able to identify professors whose research interests match your own. In this six-week program, academically motivated rising seniors conduct research for 40 hours per week under the guidance read more