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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.

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Ukrainian STEM Program Supporting Girls
STEM is FEM is an educational project in Ukraine that aims to foster girls’ STEM interests and skill sets.
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Youth Advisory Board Interview with Dr. Siobahn Day Grady
Dr. Siobahn Day Grady advocates increasing the number of women and minorities in computer science and is an active STEM mentor.
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STEAM Resources for Libraries
Presenters share resources and opportunities that support STEAM programming at libraries in this webinar recording.
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Girls STEAM Ahead with NASA Free Resources
Presenters showcase NASA's Universe of Learning free resources, including computer-based and paper-based activities, in this webinar recording.
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Spotlight on STEM Changemaker: Andrea Brooke
Andrea, who serves on NGCP's Board of Directors, helps to equip people unreached or displaced by technology with computing and AI skills.
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The M in STEM: Math in Everyday Life
Learn how to recognize and embrace authentic math moments in everyday life in this webinar recording.
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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.
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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.
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Women's History Month Graphics
These free #WHM graphics feature STEM pioneers Katherine Johnson, Mae Jemison, and Rosalind Franklin.
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