Texas Mathworks programs engage and inspire students of all backgrounds to do mathematics at a high level. Your support today ensures that students of the future have the opportunities to be inspired and engaged in doing high-level mathematics. Donations of any amount are greatly appreciated. If you are interested in establishing a named scholarship or corporate sponsorship, please contact us at (512) 245-3439.
If you prefer to donate via a check, please make it payable to "Texas State University - Mathworks" and mail to:
Mathworks' mission is to develop model programs and self-sustaining learning communities that engage K-12 students from all backgrounds in doing mathematics at a high level. Our interconnected programs are driving improvements in math education, setting new standards of achievement for all students. The pillars of Mathworks are:
As Mathworks celebrates more than 20 years of success, we invite you to join us in our efforts. The opportunities below offer you several ways to contribute! If you would like to support Mathworks, or have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com, or 512-245-3439.
The Junior Summer Math Camp (JSMC) and Honors Summer Math Camp (HSMC) offers several opportunities for guest speakers to give exciting math talks. We are always looking for inspiring role models who can encourage students in the math and sciences. If you are interested in giving a guest lecture, please contact us. The JSMC and HSMC are held June through July each summer.
If you know of job/internship opportunities in your area or company, please let us know. Mathworks alumni have a history of success in the math and sciences. Over 80% of alumns major in math, science, or engineering, with many continuing on to graduate studies. By recruiting Mathworks alumn, you are selecting from a pool of talented scholars who are the future generation of math, science, and technology leaders.
HSMC alumni go on to the top universities in the nation. Colleges with the most alumns include University of Texas at Austin, Stanford, MIT, Harvard, Rice, and Texas A&M. If you are interested in offering advice regarding your alma mater, department specific insight, or any sort of college admissions guidance, please contact us.
Enthusiastic learners require experienced mentors to guide them through the learning process. If you are interested in being a school year mentor for Mathworks alumns in your area, let us know! We will connect you with students who are eager to learn higher-level mathematics and science.
We would be interested in any other ways that we can partner with you to build the foundations for tomorrow's leaders in the math and sciences.