Ab7G Summer Program

The inaugural 2020 Ab7G Summer Program

The inaugural 2020 Ab7G summer program presents an excellent opportunity for new 3rd grade families to engage, and for year-round engagement for our rising 4th, 5th, and 6th-grade participants. The camp presents various opportunities for students such as:

  • Students will engage in an artificially intelligent assessment and learning system to reach math mastery.
  • Students will be matched with a Purdue Student Mentor. In conjunction with their mentor, students will establish weekly and summer learning goals.
  • Students will work with their virtual group mates to hone their math skills through fun activities and games.
  • Students, parents, and siblings too, will participate in weekly project time; designed to engage families in fun STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) concepts.

Register here for the online Ab7G Summer Program today!


What are the 2020 program dates?

June 2 - July 9, 2020

Are the Ab7G sessions daily?


Student/Mentor sessions: Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 5:30 to 6:15 pm

Family Project Sessions: Thursdays, 5:30 to 7:00 pm

Is Ab7G-2020 a virtual program?

Due to Covid-19, the Ab7G summer program in 2020 will be virtual.

What is the deadline for the application?

Application Deadline: Friday, May 22, 2020

When will we be notified about the decision?

Parents will be notified as applications are received.  Program acceptance occurs on a rolling basis. We will accept participants in the program until student slots have been filled.

What is the cost to attend the Ab7G Summer Camp?

The fee to attend the program is $0.  Thanks to our corporate donor, Chevron Corporation, and community partnerships, this math supplemental program is provided at no cost to our families.

My child is not a minority. Can he/she participate?

While the programs offered through the Minority Engineering Program are focused to increase interest and representation of underrepresented minorities in engineering and STEM-related fields, our programs are open to all students and we welcome all students. 

What do the students need to participate in the online camp?

  • Reliable Internet Connection (High-Speed Internet Recommended) 
  • Access to an Electronic Device (Desktop, Laptop, Tablet)
  • Work Space (A space to work during students sessions, as well as space for hands-on family projects, where things could get messy)
  • Traditional School Supplies (Notebook, Pens, Pencils, Etc.)
  • Projects will require inexpensive household items (MEP will provide you with this list of items)
  • A “CAN DO” attitude and a desire to have fun.


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