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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 8 – August 4, and this year it will offer ten courses: Autonomous RACECAR … Continue reading

Sign Up by Feb. 14 for MIT’s Spring HSSP, Saturdays, Grades 7-12

MIT’s Spring HSSP is a six-week academic program for Grades 7-12, held at MIT on Saturdays, February 23 to April 6 (except March 16), 1PM-4PM.  All online registrations completed by February 14 will be considered equally in the course-assignment lottery, and registrations after that will be taken first-come/first-served until February 19.  The … Continue reading

Application Open for PROMYS: BU’s Summer Math Program for Young (Motivated) Scientists

Applications are now available for PROMYS, a six-week (June 30-August 10) residential summer program at Boston University for strongly motivated high-school students (ages 14-19) to explore in-depth the creative world of mathematics.  About 80 students are selected from a nationwide/worldwide pool based on online … Continue reading

Einstein’s Workshop Summer Camp at Lasell College, Grades K-9

Einstein’s Workshop will offer a summer STEM camp in Newton for students entering Grades K-9 in the fall, with four weekly themes: Coding, Robotics, Making & Inventing, Game Learning. It will be held July 22 – August 16, 9AM-4PM (with 6PM … Continue reading

Register Now for Tufts CEEO Summer Programs, Grades K-8

Registration is open for summer Design and Engineering workshops, running 9AM-3PM at Tuft’s Center for Engineering Education and Outreach (CEEO). Register ASAP, using the links below, as space is limited and will be assigned as paid registrations are received. Grade levels are as of Fall … Continue reading

ProjectCSGIRLS Competition for Middle School Girls

ProjectCSGIRLS is a non-profit run by undergraduate women aiming to close the gender gap in computer science by holding a national competition and regional workshops for girls in Grades 6-8. The 2019 ProjectCSGIRLS Competition is now open for individuals or teams of … Continue reading

Broad Institute Lecture: The Next Phase of Big Genetics, Feb. 6

The Broad Institute in Cambridge will offer a free lecture, The Next Phase of Big Genetics, open to the public, on February 6, 6:30-7:30PM. It’s part of the Institute’s Science for All Seasons series, which explores hot topics in genomics with leading … Continue reading

STEM Cooking Classes at Boston Public Market, Ages 7-10, Feb. 18-22

The KITCHEN at the Boston Public Market (100 Hanover Street, Boston) will offer STEM cooking classes with Little Chefs Labs for ages 7-10 during February school vacation, 10AM-noon. Tickets are $40 (or $32 for members of The Trustees of Reservations), … Continue reading

CSRecitations: Summer Computer Science Classes

Enrollment is now open for summer computer-science classes at CSRecititations in Natick (4 Mechanic Street, Suite 102). Their small classes draw students from a wide area. Introduction to HTML (Web Design): Grades 9+ SAT Math Prep: Grades 9+ Advanced Scratch Game Studio A (Grades 5-6) … Continue reading

BioBuilder Workshops for Ages 10-14: Kids Who Clone

BioBuilder Learning Lab will offer the following workshops at LearningLab (700 Main Street, Cambridge) for students in ages 10-14. There is a cost per student ($35 for the 3-hour workshops and $400 for the four-day workshop) and no charge for chaperones attending … Continue reading