You GO Girl! - a program for girls entering 9th grade
  • group photo of all attending girls
    2015 You Go Girls
  • Girls measuring liquids into beakers
    Creating just the right formula
  • Two girls with LEGO car
    Building the 'perfect' LEGO car

You GO Girl turns 18 this year! Our four-day summer program is an on-campus introductory science and engineering program for girls entering ninth grade in the fall. The camp provides an introductory sampling of hands-on science and engineering activities mixed with high school preparatory sessions. Girls build motorized LEGO® cars, experiment with strobe-light photography, “breed” LEGO fish cells to understand the relationships between genes and traits, and more. Any girl who can commute to our program on the MIT campus is eligible to attend. There is a suggested materials donation of $40.00.



The 2016 program dates are Tuesday, July 5 - Friday, July 8.

 

We are no longer accepting new applications for the 2016 program, and will begin reviewing those already in-house in the next week.  An acceptance/ waitlist/ or a no-space notice will come from our Office by early April. 

We plan on accepting 24 students, and will maintain a short waitlist.

If you or your daughter have not heard from us by Friday, May 1st, please e-mail amyfitz@mit.edu.