MIT’s Women’s Technology Program is an intensive, four-week summer residential academic program for girls currently in Grade 11 to explore engineering through classes, labs, and projects. Separate programs are available for Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (40 students) and Mechanical Engineering (20 students). Applicants must have strong curiosity about one of these fields (but no direct experience in it yet) and also excel in math and science. Applications are available online and are due January 15. There is no fee to apply. The cost for attendees is $3,500 and is waived entirely for families earning less than $120,000. Financial aid may also be available for other families in special circumstances. For more information, first check the program’s FAQ and then email email@example.com.