NGCP maximizes shared resources and equitable access. We host webinars and events, participate in conferences, convey exemplary practices and current research, and showcase program models and tools for working with girls in STEM. NGCP also promotes, and sometimes co-hosts, events with our partners and Local Collaboratives.
Upcoming events, news, and professional development opportunities are listed below, as well as published in our monthly e-newsletter.
"Before working with NGCP, it was time consuming and exhausting to navigate the glut of information out there regarding STEM for girls. Because STEM is only a portion of what I do in my job, it really wasn’t time well spent. I place great value and get a huge return on the time invested in attending NGCP events."
Women Who Tell Our STEM Stories
National Women’s History Month is celebrating “Women Who Advocate for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion” this year. Join NGCP as we work to amplify the voices of women in STEM and create STEM experiences that are as diverse as the world we live in!
Cyber-Right: A Virtual Town Hall Event
Join us for Cyber-Right: A Virtual Town Hall Event, where we'll explore the vital role of cybersecurity in safeguarding privacy and human rights in today's digital age. With a central theme of "CS for Good," this event is relevant to all, appealing to a diverse audience interested in the intersection of technology and human rights.
Empowering Young Creators with Design Squad Latinx
Come and learn all about Design Squad Latinx (DSL), an exciting bilingual (Spanish–English) initiative that engages kids ages 10–13 in the engineering design process through fun-packed, high-energy, hands-on challenges. Guest Nicki Sirianni (Education Outreach & Marketing Manager for GBH Education) will share how the program was developed with and for Latinx communities in the continental United States and Puerto Rico.
NGCP Celebrates Citizen Science
Help us contribute to one million acts of science this April!
Citizen science is open to ALL and involves curious people whose individual acts contribute to a collective impact that is accelerating scientific research, discoveries, and local actions that improve the world. Join NGCP to learn how you can get involved with citizen science and join the One Million Acts of Science campaign.
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