Partners

The National Girls Collaboration Project values collaboration and with the support of our partners we are able to grow and sustain our network. Partners align with our vision of bringing together organizations that are committed to encouraging girls to pursue careers in STEM and may provide time, expertise, in-kind, and financial support as a way to support our goals of building the capacity of programs that serve girls in STEM. For partnership inquiries please complete this form: http://www.ngcproject.org/partnerships.

The Manufacturing Institute is a Washington, DC-based organization dedicated to improving and expanding manufacturing in the United States.

SciGirls is a television show for kids ages 8-12 that showcases bright, curious real tween girls putting science and engineering to work in their everyday lives. Each half-hour episode follows a different group of middle school girls, whose eagerness to find answers to their questions will inspire your children to explore the world around them and discover that science and technology are everywhere! Videos and supplemental curriculum activities are archived on the show's interactive Web site.

The Smithsonian Latino Virtual Museum (LVM) is a cross-platform immersive education initiative based on bilingual mixed media experiences created to enhance visitor's knowledge, understanding and appreciation of Latino Cultural Heritage through innovative and engaging online experiences. The LVM created an Educator Toolkit designed to guide educators in integrating their collection of transmedia and virtual exhibits into existing STEM programming.

The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) is a not-for-profit educational and service organization that empowers women to succeed and advance in the field of engineering, and to be recognized for their life-changing contributions as engineers and leaders. Founded in 1950, SWE is the driving force that establishes engineering as a highly desirable career for women through an exciting array of training and development programs, networking opportunities, scholarships, outreach and advocacy activities, and much more.

Techbridge launched in 2000 as a program to expand the academic and career options for girls in science, technology, and engineering. Since their founding, they have worked with over 4,000 girls in grades 5-12 through their after-school and summer programs in the San Francisco Bay area. They believe every girl needs personal and consistent support to succeed, and to that aim they have created resources for educators, families, and role models who make up her support network.

 

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