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Outreach Programs

Workshops/Seminars for Middle School Students

Stanford Science Circles

The Stanford Middle School and High School Science Circles are academic enrichment programs for students in the Stanford area who are interested in the sciences. Activities take place in the evening during the academic year. Program fee of $250 or $375 per quarter.


Stanford Math Circle

Math circles are weekly gatherings of high school, middle school, and elementary school students working on problems involving complex and advanced mathematical topics, guided by mathematicians and educators. Fee of $250 per quarter.

Girlz Gone Wireless

July 27 - 31, 2015

Girlz Gone Wireless (GGW) is a program hosted by Professor Ada Poon and her lab members in Stanford’s Electrical Engineering (EE) department. This new one-week summer workshop will introduce high school students to the wonderful world of EE, teaching them basic concepts about electricity and electronics and how they are being used to create tiny implantable medical devices.

The workshop is free and open to local rising 9th and 10th graders with a minimum 3.5 GPA and an interest in engineering. There are no prerequisites other than a desire to learn about EE. Priority will be given to those members of groups who are the most underrepresented in EE today: women, African Americans, Latinas/Latinos, and Native Americans. Girlz Gone Wireless especially targets students from low income families or those who will be the first generation in their families to attend college.


The application deadline has passed and we don't make exceptions.