Resource: MIT Women's Technology Program (Cambridge, MA)
Website: MIT Women's Technology Program (Cambridge, MA)
Sponsor: Various sponsors
University: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Description: The Women's Technology Program at MIT is a residential summer program in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science to introduce high school girls to EECS the summer between their junior and senior years of high school. Participants are selected from a pool of young women who have demonstrated talent in math and science. Admissions are academically competitive. We expect students to be able to handle college-level material, but no prior experience in computer programming, physics, or engineering is required.

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