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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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The Genius of Play's STEAM Playbook
NGCP partnered with The Genius of Play to bring you this collection of play ideas and ready-to-use activities to help you spark a child’s interest in…
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STEM Stories: Women's Experiences Advocating for Equity 
Hear from NGCP's Anniversary Fellows about their experiences working on diverse project in this webinar.
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#GirlsLeadSTEM Inspires Morgan
Hear from Morgan S. about her experience at a #GirlsLeadSTEM event in Los Angeles.
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How Toys Can Help Break Stereotypes and Support STEAM Learning
Learn how toys can help encourage playful STEAM learning in this interview with Anna Yudina, the Senior Director of Marketing Initiatives at the Toy…
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Spotlight on STEM Changemaker: Shihadah Saleem
NGCP Board Member Shihadah Saleem is the Director of Youth Programs and Pathways at the New York Hall of Science in Queens, NY. For over 10 years,…
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Addressing STEM Stereotypes with Young Children
Join us for this webinar to learn ways to combat STEM stereotypes with young learners.
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Addressing STEM Stereotypes with Youth and Young Adults 
Learn how to combat pervasive STEM stereotypes with youth and young adults in this webinar recording
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Getting Started With Connected Girls

Connected Girls is a free, curated directory of girl-serving…

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High School Student and Founder of Nano Labs asks, “What would happen if girls supported girls?”
Zhifan started Nanolabs for her peers who are just as interested in science as she is and for students who want to see if STEM is right for them.
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