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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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Reach Across the Stars: Meet Your Female Space & Science Heroes (Virtually!)
The app's creators share their challenges and motivations along with a behind-the-scenes look at their work in this webinar recording.
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EngineerGirl Ambassadors: Empowering High-Schoolers and Inspiring Young Girls
An EngineerGirl ambassador and her sponsor share their experiences with the program in this webinar recording.
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Town Hall: Energize Your Creativity
Women professionals from CS Energy share their stories of nurturing their interest in STEM into rewarding careers in this webinar recording.
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Orchestra, Business, White House, Hollywood ... but Science Drives this Darden Dynamo
Olivia has been involved with NGCP since she was a teen. "It’s shaped me significantly in terms of who I am and the causes that I care about."
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Brite: How a Virtual Summer Camp Made a Challenging Summer Brighter
Brite leaders share lessons learned and creative ways to approach informal online STEM learning in this webinar recording.
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From Girl Space Dreamers to Women Astronauts
How early do girls start imagining themselves as astronauts? For both Jessica Meir and Christina Koch it was age 5.
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A High School Female’s Perspective on the Importance of Engaging Girls in STEAM During the COVID-19 Pandemic
"I believe that authentic integration of the arts with STEM is important because it allows students to creatively solve problems."
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Brite 2020: Reflections on Our New Initiative
Participants from the first offering of Brite reflect on the experience and the value it brought to their girl-serving programs.
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Town Hall: JumpStart Your Creativity!
Youth Advisory Board members moderate a discussion about careers in AI, robotics, math, and visual arts technology in this webinar recording.
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