Math Corps Summer Camp 2023

Math Corps Summer Camp is returning in 2023 and we are currently accepting applications! This year, camp will run from June 26 to July 28, 2023.

Middle school students click here to apply as campers.

High school students click here to apply as Teaching Assistants (TA).

In summer 2022, the Math Corps at Cleveland State University returned to a live, in-person program after a two-year period of being online due to Covid19. We started with 32 high school Teaching Assistant (TA) applicants and 81 middle school camper applicants. Here is some academic data:

7th graders improved from 66.25% to 88.75%.

8th graders improved from 17.5% to 67.5%.

9th graders improved from 13.75% to 32.5%.

Our attendance for the five weeks of the program was 94%

Check out some of our best moments from Summer 2022 here!

Super Saturdays 2023!

Applications are now open for the Math Corps Super Saturdays 2023 program (Saturdays from January 21 to March 11, 2023) Click here!

  • Our Mission

    The mission of the Math Corps is to empower and inspire children from under-served communities through the teaching of mathematics and the fostering of self-worth, strong values and a sense of family to build good lives for themselves and a more just society for all.

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  • About Math Corps

    The Math Corps Cleveland is a combined academic enrichment and mentoring program that brings middle and high school students from the greater Cleveland area together, with college students, to learn mathematics from each other, as well as to interact with professional mathematicians in a university setting. We are a branch of the Wayne State University Math Corps, seeking to replicate the tremendous successes of the model they have developed over the course of 20+ years.

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  • Student Testimonials

    "What I like most about this program is that you really have people that care about you. My thoughts of Math Corps are that you have people that really care about you and your education and your future."

    -7th Grader

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