"Members" of the Summer Mathematics Programs Consortium are not individuals, but programs; each member program has representatives who participate in Consortium work. These are the Consortium Member programs for 2023–24:

- Bard Math Circle Creative and Analytical Math Program (CAMP)
- Bridge to Enter Advanced Mathematics (BEAM)
- Campersand
- Canada/USA Mathcamp
- Hampshire College Summer Studies in Mathematics (HCSSiM)
- Math Circles of Chicago
- {MathILy, MathILy-Er}
- MathPath
- √mathroots
- Mathworks Honors Summer Math Camp (HSMC)
- PROMYS and PROMYS Pathways
- Ross Mathematics Program
- SigmaCamp
- Stanford University Mathematics Camp (SUMaC)
- The Math Movement

All of our member organizations run in-person summer programs for middle or high school students in the US, at which all of their participants do intensive mathematics with a focus on enrichment, not acceleration. In an effort toward diversity, equity, and inclusion, member organizations provide need-based financial aid. Member organizations maintain non-profit status (independently or under the umbrella of a college/university/sponsor) and are structured to run programming on an ongoing basis. Members are admitted through an application process. Those who do not meet the criteria for membership may apply instead to be Affiliates. Learn more here [PDF].

*The fine print: all of the Consortium Members and Affiliates have been invited to be a part of our community by the Consortium's Steering Committee, and have affirmed their support for the mission and values of the Summer Mathematics Programs Consortium. Note that the Consortium does not explicitly endorse any of the Member or Affiliate programs themselves; conversely, participation by an individual need not imply endorsement by their employer, and participation of a program need not imply endorsement by their parent organization or institution.*

"Affiliates" of the Summer Mathematics Programs Consortium are fellow-traveling individuals and organizations whose interests are aligned with the Consortium's work. These are the Consortium Affiliates for 2023–24:

- Baa Hozho Math Camp and the Navajo Nation Math Circles
- Cambridge Math Circle
- Epsilon Camp
- Euler Circle
- GirlsxMRO
- LIVE, by Po-Shen Loh
- Maths Beyond Limits
- Michigan Math and Science Scholars (MMSS)
- Chris Peterson, Director of Special Projects at MIT Admissions (
*individual affiliate*) - Ilana Walder-Biesanz, CEO of National Math Stars (
*individual affiliate*) - Julia Brodsky, Founder and Director of Art of Inquiry and Earthlings Hub (
*individual affiliate*)

Each fall, a committee will review membership applications. Organizations who qualify for membership will then be invited to fill out a member agreement form. Membership renewal happens on an annual basis, and is a natural opportunity to update the list of individuals who will be representing your program in the Consortium.

We look forward to inviting new Members and Affiliates in fall 2024. If you would like to apply to attend this fall's conference, you can do so here.