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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.
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.View Resource
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."View Resource
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.View Resource
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.View Resource
Driving Home the Message: Girls Have No Limits
NGCP partnered with Mercedes-Benz and Matchbox, inspiring girls with replica toy cars and Ewy Rosqvist’s winning Grand Prix performance.View Resource
Career Girls Launches STEM Program for Girls in Rwanda
Using its African role model videos, Career Girls worked with Starlight Africa to develop culturally sensitive and relevant curricula.View Resource
STEM Career Information for Girls
NGCP curated this listing of high-quality STEM career information resources for girls and women to help you serve your programs and communities.View Resource
Suiting Up for Space and STEM
Find out how spacesuits keep astronauts safe in this Q&A with Sharon McDougle, former Space Shuttle Crew Escape Equipment Manager.View Resource
Scully, Sylvia, and the Girl Next Door
We know there are disparities for women in STEM. A new initiative offers resources to help level the playing field for every girl.View Resource