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The Big Idea 

Why SciGirls? Research has shown that even though young girls and boys sit side by side in educational settings all across the country, women are much less likely to choose careers in science and engineering than men. And demand for skilled workers in STEM fields continues to grow. Continue.

 

 

 

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Tips for Encouraging Girls in STEM

SciGirls is designed to spark girls’ curiosity in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) through activities that promote knowledge and discovery. From our research, we’ve compiled these basic steps to help ensure your daughter’s science success. Continue.


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