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MIT’s STEM summer camp October 12, 2010

Posted by stem4kidsinfo in Uncategorized.

STEM at MIT is a year-long mentoring and enrichment program based off of, you guessed it, STEM.  They offer a 5-week summer program, and for the rest of the year they have a mentoring program that lets kids from 6-9th grade come in and meet with a mentor who shares their interests.  The kids come in once a month, and get to do all kinds of cool STEM activities, like visiting a museum, watch presentations on STEM-related projects students are doing, and even play a game of football or two.  The STEM summer institute has less available information, but it is only open to residents of Boston, Cambridge, and Lawrence, Massachusetts from 6-9th grade.



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