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.
Picture Books to Break Stereotypes in STEM (and Beyond!)
Check out our favorite STEM and gender-equity-related picture books to kickstart your summer reading lists for young children!View Resource
Supporting Space STEM Education: Resources to Spark Curiosity and Inspire STEM Learning
Learn about space STEM priorities and how organizations across the country are developing solutions to the space-related STEM education and workforce…View Resource
Breaking Stereotypes through Children's Books
Learn about the power of children’s books to break stereotypes and promote a sense of belonging in STEM – and beyond!View Resource
2022 Annual Report
Through our Collaboratives, global partnerships, and diverse network projects, NGCP had deep and wide-reaching impact in 2022.View Resource
Our mission is to connect, create, and collaborate to transform STEM for all youth. Take a quick look at NGCP in this downloadable brochureView Resource
Transforming STEM: NGCP’s Reach and Impact
NGCP has significant impact on participants. Explore our reach and impact in this downloadable bi-fold flyer.View Resource
Exploring Paleontology to Spark Science Engagement from a Young Age!
Learn how to nurture your students’ interest in dinosaurs and increase science engagement beginning in elementary school in this webinar recording.View Resource
STEM Statistics: Higher Education
At the undergraduate level, science and engineering course-taking rates shift and gender disparities begin to emerge, especially for minority women.View Resource
STEM Statistics: Workforce
Women remain underrepresented in the STEM workforce, with the greatest disparities in computer science, engineering, and the physical sciences.View Resource