The Garden State Girls STEM Collaborative is the New Jersey initiative of the National Girls Collaborative Project, a program focused on providing high quality STEM activities to girls. Their primary goal is to strengthen the capacity of girl-serving STEM programs to effectively reach and serve underrepresented girls in STEM by sharing promising practice research and program models, outcomes, products and by connecting formal and informal educators, business and industry in order to maximize the resources that can positively influence our girls. Contact Mike MacEwan for more information how you can become involved.
In their latest issue, the Garden State Girls STEP Collaborative Project spotlights:
- Join us for TEDx Youth@MT Olive Fri 4/11/14
- Five-Minute Film Festival: 8 Videos to Encourage Girls in STEM
- Check out NJ’s Statewide Youth Advisory Boards via Rutgers
- Take Advantage of this Valuable FREE Resource: Is your program listed?
- Super-Cheap Paper Microscope Could Save Millions of Lives
- Female Scientists Share Research and Career Stories with Teenage Girls
- Bullying Victims’ Video Strikes a Chord
- Reminder to Register for TeenTech 2014 Thurs 5/29/14