MIT OFFICE OF ENGINEERING OUTREACH PROGRAMShttp://web.mit.edu/oeop

In addition to the MITES Program at MIT, there are other summer academic programs offered throughout the USA. While the following list is by no means exhaustive, nor does it constitute an endorsement by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, it is provided to help you explore available opportunities. If you have any questions about any of these programs, please contact them directly.


Programs

  1. Boston University's Program in Mathematics for Young Scientists (PROMYS)
    Eligibility: High school students

  2. Cornell University's Summer College for High School Students
    Eligibility: Current sophomores and juniors

  3. Davidson's College's July Experience
    Eligibility: Current sophomores and juniors

  4. Duke University: Talent Identification Program
    Eligibility: High school students

  5. Harvard Medical School: Project Success
    Eligibility: Current Boston-area juniors and seniors

  6. LEAD Global
    Eligibility: Current freshmen and sophomores

  7. LEAD SBI
    Eligibility: Current juniors

  8. Mathematics & Science for Minority Students at Phillips Academy (MS)2
    Eligibility: High school students

  9. MIT Educational Studies Program
    Eligibility: High school students

  10. MIT Women's Technology Program
    Eligibility: Current juniors (women only)

  11. Morehouse College Upward Bound Math/Science Southeast Regional Institute
    Eligibility: Current southeast U.S. sophomores and juniors

  12. Morehouse College Upward Bound Math/Science State Center
    Eligibility: Current Georgia-area sophomores and juniors

  13. NASA Sharp
    Eligibility: High school students

  14. Northeastern University/Young Scholars Program
    Eligibility: Current sophomores and juniors

  15. Phillips Academy Summer Session
    Eligibility: High school students

  16. Research Science Institute at MIT (RSI)
    Eligibility: Current juniors

  17. Smith College Summer Science Program
    Eligibility: Current 8th graders, freshmen and juniors (females only)

  18. Sponsors for Educational Opportunity (SEO)
    Eligibility: Public high school students from New York and San Francisco

  19. Stanford University Mathematics Camp (SUMaC)
    Eligibility: Current sophomores and juniors

  20. Stanford EPGY Summer Institutes
    Eligibility: Current 8th graders, freshmen and juniors

  21. Stanford High School Summer College
    Eligibility: Current juniors and seniors

  22. Summer Science Program (SSP)
    Eligibility: Current juniors

  23. Syracuse University Summer College for High School Students
    Eligibility: Current juniors

  24. Tuskegee University Computer Science Summer ProgramEligibility: Current seniors

  25. University of Wisconsin's Engineering Summer Program
    Eligibility: Current sophomores and juniors

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Office of Engineering Outreach Programs

Building 1-123, 77 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge 02139

617-253-8052 oeop@mit.edu

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