African American History Month

In recognition of African American History Month, resources that serve to promote African American students in STEM are highlighted below:

 Black Girls Code is designed to increase the numbers of young women of color in the field of digital and computer technology by providing skills, exposing them to technology role models, and increasing self-confidence to become tech creators and entrepreneurs.
The Black Inventor Online Museum. Focuses on the ingenuity and accomplishment of the top black inventors over the last 300 years. Inventors are profiled with a section dedicated to female inventors.
Science NetLinks has developed a number of resources that help honor the achievements and scientific work of African Americans.
SEEK (Summer Engineering Experience for Kids) This three week program is designed to expose black children to STEM fields (grades 3-12). The program utilizes student mentors, the majority of whom are black and majoring in STEM fields. The 2019 dates and locations are now available.