We have compiled a list of opportunities for pre-college students operated by other units within the University of Michigan, many with support from WISE.
Girls in Music and Technology (GiMaT)
The Department of Performing Arts Technology offers a 2 week commuter summer camp on the cutting edge of music technology. Campers use state-of-the-art labs to teach students to make, edit, program, and record their own music.
- Age: 9th-12th grade
- Application: Apply on their website.
- Need-based funding is available through the GiMaT program.
- Learn more on their website
Run by UM’s School of Music, Theater & Dance (SMTD) with support from UM WISE Program.
miRcore summer camps are available for academically motivated high school students (including incoming freshmen). Their camps offer intensive, cutting edge experience in Computational Biology, teaching coveted skills like coding for research, advanced lab techniques, and gene sequencing. Their programs are perfect for a student interested in the future of genomics, medicine, and finding cures for incurable conditions.
miRcore will have a huge variety of camps offered virtually, in Ann Arbor, and around the country including their new offering this year where campers will sequence their own genome! Learn more on their website: https://www.mircore.org/2024-summer-camp/
To find additional opportunities for pre-college students at the University of Michigan, please visit YouthHub.
The UM Center for Educational Outreach created YouthHub in 2018 as a searchable database of all UM outreach opportunities aimed at pre-college students.