Thank you to all the AEMs and AEOs who sent us links to STEM camps!
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Exxon-Mobil/Bernard Harris Summer Science Camps: http://www.theharrisfoundation.org/sitecontent/983/2015-camps/category/466/embhssc-universities.aspx
Invention Camps (those entering grades 1-6; also includes some after-school programs, and new programs for those entering grades 6-8): http://campinvention.org/
Stonehill College "College Gate" summer program: http://www.collegegate.org
Cool STEM sites (includes many camps): http://www.mastersindatascience.org/blog/the-ultimate-stem-guide-for-kids-239-cool-sites-about-science-technology-engineering-and-math/?utm_content=buffer79373
Cambridge Science Festival: http://www.cambridgesciencefestival.org/2015Festival/2015ScheduleOfEvents.aspx?day=4#Meet
Science Can Dance (workshops to explore science concepts through dance): http://gique.me/science-can-dance
Girls Who Code (7-week summer computer-science camp for girls): www.girlswhocode.com
U-Design (summer science/engineering camp for those entering grades 6-9): http://www.bu.edu/eng/u-design/
WPI Summer STEM programs (K-12): http://www.wpi.edu/academics/k12/day.html
Kids4Coding: one-week programs, from minecraft, to game design, to Raspberry Pi, to mobile app design. Ages 7-15. Held at Newberry College in Brookline, MA. https://www.kids4coding.com/boston
Not a summer camp, per se, but Microsoft runs a "Science Club for Girls" at a number of locations in Boston, Cambridge, Newton, and Lawrence: http://www.scienceclubforgirls.org/program-sites
And another club for girls, this one is "Girls' Angle: A Math Club for Girls" in Cambridge: http://girlsangle.org/index.html