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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.

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"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."

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New Youth Advisory Board Members for 2023

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The Youth Advisory Board (YAB) is a collective of high school students who identify as girls. The board members are from diverse regions, backgrounds, and have a passion for STEM.


Fire of Love Screening & Conversation


Join NGCP and National Geographic for a screening of ‘Fire of Love’ and a conversation on the extraordinary work and story of intrepid French scientists Katia and Maurice Krafft, who died just as explosively as they lived — capturing the most spectacular imagery ever recorded of their greatest passion: volcanoes. 

Watch ‘Fire of Love’ with your friends, families, or on your own anytime between April 7-12th using a special screening code from NGCP. 


Breaking Stereotypes through Children's Books

The books we read and share with students should be diverse and reflective of the world we live in. Join NGCP for this webinar during National Library Week 2023 to learn about the power of children’s books to break stereotypes and promote a sense of belonging in STEM – and beyond!
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Latest Resources

Have you seen these strategies, tools, and activities to advance STEM education for girls?

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Gender and STEM Inter-governmental and Global Happenings
Every year, thousands of women (and men) from around the world gather in New York for the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW). This year’s theme is Innovation and Technological Change and Education in the Digital Age for achieving gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls.
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