The four-week program is conducted on the campus of Wright State University. Students are on campus six hours each day, Monday through Friday.The program starts in mid-June and ends in mid-July.


  • Hands-on STEM academic enrichment
  • Logic and applications to mathematics
  • Problem solving and study skills development
  • Role model speakers
  • Computer Science introduction
  • Communication skills
  • Mathematics
    • algebra
    • geometry
    • trigonometry
    • pre-calculus
  • Career opportunities awareness
  • Field trips/tours
  • STEM seminars


In 1988 and 1989 total funding was provided by Wright State University. Since 1990, additional funding of in-kind service has been received for one or more years from Standard Register, General Motors, Department of Energy, Mead Data Central, Ohio Board of Regents, American Association of Blacks in Energy, Corning Glass, Armed Forces Communications-Electronics Association, the Springfield Foundation, the Llewellyn Foundation, the Della Selsor Trust, and the National Science Foundation.