Scarlitte Alameda | National Math Festival
Scarlitte Alameda

Scarlitte Alameda

The Young People's Project

Scarlitte Ponce Alameda is a native of Salinas, California. She attended California State, Monterey Bay for her undergraduate degree and Iowa State University for her masters in mathematics. She interned at The Young People’s Project for Spring 2020, and she loved it so much that she decided to stay.

2021 Festival

What’s the Big Idea: A Game Show Featuring Students and Mathematicians

Join elementary, middle, and high school students for a whirlwind presentation of big ideas in math — presented by mathematicians — and judged by students! Students will assess the mathematicians’ explanations based on fun and clarity. Audience members participate in voting too, so come ready to listen and vote on your favorite big math ideas. This show is presented by the Young People’s Project, which uses a near-peer mentoring model to support student achievement in math.