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Join us at camp to learn about the answers to questions like these and more!

  • How does Instagram know what advertisements and accounts you will like?
  • How does Facebook know what friends to recommend for you?
  • How does your phone know what to suggest in your next text?

By training computer models to identify shapes, trends, and preferences, you can:

  • Predict winners in a game
  • Generate custom designs
  • Diagnose dangerous diseases
  • Make suggestions about purchases

Why an All Girls* Camp?

According to a 2021 report by the US Census Bureau, women represent nearly half of the US workforce, yet only 27% of all STEM workers.  Educators believe this gap starts in early education through gender stereotypes.  Despite similar achievement scores among children of all genders in math and science, men represent the majority of students studying STEM fields in higher education.  Offering an all-girls science camp provides the chance for girls to take intellectual risks and reduce implicit bias in a setting where they can just experience science and try their best without other distractions.  

Interested in our All Genders Camp? Learn more here! 

Girls = girls, girl-identified, non-binary and transgender girls

Camp Details:

Camp will run from from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday. Students will need their own transportation to and from campus. However, Metro bus passes will be provided upon request. 

Camp will take place at the University of  Minnesota – Minneapolis campus, East Bank. This area is served by the Green Line and Metro. Transit bus routes 2,3, and other express routes.


  • You should be entering 11th or 12th grade. 
  • You have to be interested in exploring the area of machine learning!

Cost: Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors, the Camp fee is $75 per session, charged upon confirmation of admission.  A fee waiver is available upon request.  

Advanced Math Biology Camp - July 25 through 29

Students that participate in the All Girls Camp are invited to participate in the Advanced Math Biology Camp taught by University of Minnesota's Dr. Jasmine Foo and Dr. Anna Kraut. 

In this camp you will learn to predict the impacts of dangerous viruses using mathematical modeling and machine learning.