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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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CryptoClub: Exploring Mathematics in a Playful and Engaging Way
The CryptoClub team and educators showcase how the project harnesses the allure of secret messages in this webinar recording.
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Making STEM Meaningful for Girls
Explore research findings and best practices about how to increase girls' interest in STEM in this webinar recording.
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Recognition: The Key Piece of Identity Development Framework
Learn about the role recognition plays in middle school girls’ STEM identity development from the SciGirls research team in this webinar recording.
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Participation in Structured and Unstructured Out-of-School-Time (OST) Activities
Drawing on research, presenters share STEM activities attractive to girls and other under-resourced youth in this webinar recording.
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The STEM Effect
Learn about creative approaches to study the mid- and long-term impacts of informal STEM programs for girls in this webinar recording.
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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.
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Women and Girls STEMming the Tide of Waste
Women have a critical role to play in using STEM to address waste issues and to create more sustainable and healthy societies.
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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.
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Connecting Out-of-School Time Activities and Student Interest in STEM
Learn what types of programs increase students’ interest in STEM and what barriers limit participation in this webinar recording.
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