Beaver Works Summer Institute: STEM at MIT for HS Seniors

Beaver Works Summer Institute (BWSI) is a rigorous, world-class STEM program for rising high-school seniors offered by MIT and Lincoln Laboratory. It’s free and runs July 6 – August 2, and this year it will offer ten courses:

  • Autonomous RACECAR Grand Prix
  • Autonomous Air Vehicle Racing
  • Autonomous Cognitive Assistance (Cog*Works)
  • Hacking a 3D Printer
  • Medlytics
  • Embedded Security and Hardware Hacking
  • Build a Cubesat
  • Unmanned Air System–Synthetic Aperture Radar
  • Remote Sensing for Crisis Response
  • Assistive Technology

There’s a multi-step process to qualify and apply. Students must first submit a nomination/reference from a STEM teacher or school administrator in order to receive an application for the free BWSI Online Education Program, which the student must complete in order to apply for the summer programs.