Math Camps & Summer
- A* Summer Math Camp
- These two-week long camps use national and international competitions to challenge talented students. Hosted at California State University - Northridge (CSUN), the A* Summer Math Camp includes lectures, problem solving hours, fun activities, field trips, and social events.
- AwesomeMath Summer Program
- A three-week camp, held at the University of Texas at Dallas, designed to hone middle and high school students' mathematical problem-solving skills up to the Olympiad level.
- IDEA MATH
- Two week-long workshops that help students develop systematic methods for problem-solving and build a solid foundation for their future mathematics study. Available around Boston and California's Bay Area as residential or day format.
- Math Zoom
- For 2013, Math Zoom takes up residence at Yale University (New Haven, CT) and Cal State Fullerton. Geared towards preparing students for mathematics contests -- such as AMC 8/10/12, AIME, ARML, MATHCOUNTS, USAMO (USA Math Olympiad), and IMO (International Math Olympiad) -- Math Zoom also offers two full curriculum day camps at both residential camp sites.
- MathPath offers middle school students who are extremely talented in mathematics the opportunity to learn and develop at a pace and to a depth that matches their abilities while also providing them the rich social and recreational experience of a residential summer camp.
- Summer Program in Mathematical Problem Solving
- This free, residential, three-week-long summer camp targets underserved New York City middle school students with talent in math "who think they might like math, like solving puzzles, and want to see what else is out there."
- University of Minnesota Talented Youth Mathematics Program (UMTYMP)
- ITCEP administers the University of Minnesota Talented Youth Mathematics Program (UMTYMP), Saturday morning enrichment programs, and summer enrichment programs, which provide mathematically promising K-12 students with opportunities to learn and enjoy mathematics and introduce them to the role of mathematics in society through meeting and working with scientists, engineers, and mathematicians. Kids' University programs include MicroWorlds, Orienteering, Math in Motion, Geometric Art, Gear It Up, Numeric Patterns, Function Junction, Prove It! and Go Figure!