NGCP curated this listing of high-quality resources with STEM career information for girls and women to help you serve your programs and communities.
Inspirational and educational videos of real women from diverse backgrounds who have made it in their chosen fields — paired with other useful tools for girls, as well as for the educators, parents, mentors, and other adults who are guiding them. Career Girls also holds Town Halls, where girls are able to meet and chat with women from a variety of STEM careers.
Carnegie STEM Girls+
Comprehensive site with activities, resources, and links designed to get teenagers excited about science, technology, engineering, and math. There are areas for students, teachers, and parents. Visitors can read about cool careers, learn about STEM programs and competitions, and link to a variety of other sites that help to provide a rich learning experience.
This website is designed to bring national attention to the exciting opportunities that engineering represents for girls and women. The site offers information on what engineers do and how to prepare for college, as well as include an Ask an Engineer feature and an annual writing contest.
Digital library with photos, videos, posters, and more, featuring diverse women STEM innovators — all available for educational and other non-commercial use. You’ll find 3,000+ assets showcasing inspiring women whose jobs include shark tagging, fashion design, producing video games, creating cosmetics, and fighting viruses and climate change.
Institute for Women in Trades, Technology, & Science (IWITTS)
Promotes women in the trades, technology, and science careers. Clip art section where you can download both clip art and pictures of women in non-traditional occupations.
The nation's first print magazine showcasing women in STEM is created by and for girls. Reinvented has a single mission in mind: to reinvent the general perception of women in STEM fields while inspiring interest in STEM for young women worldwide.