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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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Partner Spotlight: Girls STEAM Ahead with NASA
Learn about NGCP's work on Girls STEAM Ahead with NASA
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Partner Spotlight: Leap into Science
Learn more about NGCP's partnership with The Franklin Institute to lead Leap into Science.
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Partner Spotlight: Million Girls Moonshot
Learn more about NGCP's work on the Million Girls Moonshot.
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Choosing Toys to Inspire Young Girls in STEM
In this webinar recording, learn about research, resources, and innovative new toys that can be used for supporting STEM play with young girls.
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Choosing Toys to Break STEM Stereotypes
Check out this list of six types of STEM toys that will delight, engage, and inspire young girls – and all young children – in STEM play.
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Girls STEAM Ahead with NASA Resources in Action
In this webinar recording, hear from GSAWN stipend recipients who are using the resources and get ideas to implement in your own programs.
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Meet STEM Picture Book Author and Founder of Let’s Engineer! Sheryl Haft
Meet STEM Picture Book Author and Founder of Let’s Engineer! Sheryl Haft in this webinar recording.
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#GirlsLeadSTEM Toolkit
Let’s celebrate the diverse voices in STEM to inspire others and share what is still needed to close gender and racial equity gaps in STEM. Download…
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How Two High School Students Are Advocating for Women of Color in STEM
Srinija and Jahnavi have written a book that introduces readers to women of color who became successful in STEM.
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