Areteem Institute Summer Camp Programs
The Areteem Institute Summer Math Camp Programs are designed for middle school and high school students (ages 10-17) to help improve their problem solving skills. The focus of this program is on problem solving, exploration of mathematical knowledge, and improvement of analytical skills. The program aims to help students improve their performance in math competitions, as well as their general mathematical skills if math competitions is not their main goal.
Areteem Institute Summer Camp Programs 2015
The Areteem Institute Summer Camp Programs 2015 will be held in three locations:
University of California, Los Angeles, from June 21 to July 10. Boston College July 12 to July 31. University of Chicago August 2 thru August 15.
The Areteem Institute Summer Camp, the home for Math Zoom, is a residential program for those students looking to brush up on competition skills or get ready for higher level math classes in the next school year. The MathZoom Camp also has a day camp option for those local to the venue.
The residential students and staff will be living in the residential halls on campus to maximize the collegiate experience. They will have access to the schools many amenities; computer lab, high speed internet access and recreational facilities (swimming pool, tennis court, etc.). Meals are provided at on campus for all residential students. Day campers will be provided with lunch. Besides daily lectures and problem sessions, the Camp also provides evening seminars, work shops and guest speakers on topics such as math-related careers. There is also plenty of fun for the campers as well. The highlight of every camp is the student talent show where your fellow students can perform for the entertainment of all. And of course plenty of outdoor activities and field trips. With the variety of locations that are offered this year the field trip possibilities are endless; maybe a museum tour is what you are looking for, a trip to the beach or a chance to see the worlds biggest celebrities, anything is possible.
www.areteem.org or www.MathZoom.org
for full details