Opportunities for Math Students
    Summer programs, conferences, internships, study away from GT, and more!

1.  Programs targeting women
2.  Study Math away from GT
3.  Summer programs
4.  Conferences
5.  Other

Here are a few of the many opportunities for math majors.
1.  Programs targeting women
Annual Nebraska Conference for Undergraduate Women in Mathematics, usually last weekend in January (Friday - Sunday).
Registration opens late September/Early February
Deadline:  usually late November or earlier if all available spaces are filled.  This national showcase for research of undergraduate women in the mathematical sciences reaches capacity quickly.  Read comments from past participants:  http://www.math.unl.edu/~ncuwm/16thAnnual/pastpartcomments.php
Apply early!

Summer Mathematics Program for Women at Carleton College - Northfield MN
This month-long (4 week) intensive program is designed to encourage talented first- and second-year women to continue their study of mathematics. 
Deadline: Usually mid-February

Program for Women and Mathematics.  Usually mid to late May.
This two-week (11-day) event is a program of the Institute for Advanced Study and Princeton University for undergraduate students at the junior and senior levels.  Since 1994 with the support of the National Science Foundation, the Institute, together with Princeton University, has hosted an intensive 11-day mentoring program for undergraduate and graduate women in mathematics.The program brings together research mathematicians with undergraduate and graduate students on the campus of the Institute for Advanced Study and is designed to address issues of gender imbalance in mathematics. Activities include lectures and seminars on a focused mathematical topic, mentoring, discussions on peer relations, an introduction to career opportunities and a women in sciences seminar.
Deadline Usually mid/late February.

EDGE Program:  A Mathemtics Program for Women
Early June - Early July
Deadline:  Usually late Februay/early March
The Enhancing Diversity in Graduate Eduation (EDGE) Program invites women to participate in a post baccalaureate summer enrichment program designed to enhance their ability to successfully complete graduate programs in the mathematical sciences.
The summer program provides:
    Courses in analysis and slgebra/linear algebra
    A mini-course in pure or applied mathematical research
    Guest lecturers from academia and industary
    Graduate student mentors   
    Problem solving sessions
    Travel, living accommodations and a stipend.
The EDGE Program is sponsored by Morehouse and Pomona Colleges with the goal of strengthening the ability of women students to successfully complete PhD programs in the mathematical sciences and place more women in visible leadership roles in the mathematics community. Along with the summer session, EDGE supports an annual conference, travel for research collaborations, travel to present research and other open-ended mentoring activities.
Eligibility: Applicants to the program should be women who:
1) have applied to graduate programs in the Mathematical Sciences (and have been accepted to a program before June), or
2) have completed their first year of graduate school in the mathematical sciences.  NOTE: Applicants DO NOT have to have been accepted to a graduate program at the time of their EDGE application. 
See the application and eligibility page.

2.  Study Math away from GT

Budapest Semester in Mathematics  

Math in Moscow - A Mathematics Program in English for Undergraduates and Graduate Students
The Independent University of Moscow, the State University - Higher School of Economics, the Moscow Center for Continuous Mathematical Education invite foreign students (undergraduate or graduate students specializing in mathematics and/or computer science) to spend a semester in Moscow in the framework of our MATH in MOSCOW program.
Support for some individual US participants in the MIM program is available from the American Mathematical Society (with funding by the National Science Foundation). Each semester (Fall and Spring) five students may get an NSF support through the AMS, in order to participate in this program. Check out the Grants link:  www.mccme.ru/mathinmoscow/index.php?page=6

Mathematics Advanced Study Semesters (MASS) at Penn State University

3.  Summer programs

Summer Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU)
NSF (National Science Foundation) funds a large number of research opportunities for undergraduate students through its REU Sites program. An REU Site consists of a group of ten or so undergraduates who work in the research programs of the host institution. Each student is associated with a specific research project, where he/she works closely with the faculty and other researchers. Students are granted stipends and, in many cases, assistance with housing and travel. Undergraduate students supported with NSF funds must be citizens or permanent residents of the United States or its possessions. An REU Site may be at either a US or foreign location.
For REUs in the mathematical sciences see  http://www.nsf.gov/crssprgm/reu/list_result.cfm?unitid=5044

For REUs  in other disciplines see

The IAS/Park City Mathematics Program (PCMI) is an outreach program of the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS), Princeton, NJ.
This 3-week residential Undergraduate Summer School program Summer Session program is held at Park City Mathematics Institute (PCMI) Salt Lake City, UT usually very late June - mid/late July.
Undergraduate mathematics majors interested in an intensive research experience in mathematics are encouraged to apply. This program is open to undergraduates at all levels, from first-year students to those who have just completed their undergraduate education.  A modest stipend will be awarded to participants who are U.S. citizens or U.S. permanent residents.  
Deadline: Usually late January.   (Late applications may be accepted at the discretion of the organizers.)


4.  Conferences
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5.  Other

National Security Agency
General information and resources:  https://www.nsa.gov/
Resources for Students including Internships information: https://www.nsa.gov/resources/students/index.shtml
Student Programs:  https://www.nsa.gov/resources/students/programs-internships/index.shtml
Careers and Programs:  https://www.nsa.gov/careers/index.shtml
Careers in Intellegence:  https://www.intelligencecareers.gov/nsa/

Internship & Co-op Opportunities for Undergraduates - Websites - published by the American Mathematical Society

Mathematical Association of America (MAA) Regional Undergraduate Mathematics Conferences  http://www.maa.org/rumc/
MAA Resources for Students:  http://www.maa.org/programs/students/student-resources
MAA Resources for Undergraduate Students - including informatin aout Research Experience for Undergraduates, Careers Information:  http://www.maa.org/programs/students/student-resources/undergraduate

National Science Foundation Specialized information for Undergraduate Students - a list of programs that provide either direct (e.i., from NSF) or indirect (i.e., from an awardee institution) funding for students at this level or identify certain programs

Georgia Tech Center for Career Discovery and Development C2D2