NGCP creates and shares resources and solutions. These include articles, exemplary practices, research findings, webinar recordings, and more. When programs are stronger and more sustainable, girls and youth are better served.
Search by resource type, topic, or keyword to find strategies, tools, and activities to advance STEM education for girls. This growing library includes resources for K-12 formal and informal educators, higher education faculty, industry and business leaders, and government.
The M in STEM: Math in Everyday Life
Learn how to recognize and embrace authentic math moments in everyday life in this webinar recording.View Resource
Families & STEAM: Strengthening Relationships & Building Partnerships
Presenters explore ways to work with families to create equitable and accessible STEAM learning for youth in this webinar recording.View Resource
Spotlight on STEM Changemaker: Mary Murrin
Mary, who serves on NGCP's Board of Directors, works in the energy industry. Find out what excites her most about her work.View Resource
Women's History Month Graphics
These free #WHM graphics feature STEM pioneers Katherine Johnson, Mae Jemison, and Rosalind Franklin.View Resource
Youth Advisory Board Interview with Patricia MacGowan
Patricia MacGowan shares her work as an advocate helping to build pathways for underrepresented and minority females in STEM.View Resource
The IF/THEN® Collection in Action...at Museums!
Program leads discuss how seeing diverse STEM representation impacted the youth in their programs in this webinar recording.View Resource
Meet the NGCP Youth Advisory Board!
YAB members explain how they support NGCP and answer questions about their experiences and involvement in this webinar recording.View Resource
2021 Annual Report
Through our Collaboratives, global partnerships, and diverse network projects, NGCP had deep and wide-reaching impact in 2021.View Resource
Youth Advisory Board Interview with Dr. Gabriela González
Dr. González shares her inspiring STEM journey, including how she overcame language, financial, immigrant, and sexist barriers.View Resource