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Explore GSGSC’s exciting April newsletter! #STEM

Tuesday, April 30th, 2013

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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. Our 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:

  • Take Advantage of this Valuable FREE Resource: Is your program listed?
  • National Girls Collaborative Project: PA STEM Girls Collaborative Project Role Models Matter – The Franklin Institute Forum 5/10/13
  • Spring 2013 Afterschool Matters Journal features GSGSC’s own Mike MacEwan
  • Summer Learning Day With The NY Liberty, in partnership with NJSACC, The Afterschool Alliance and the National Summer Learning Association 7/18/13 11am

Garden State Girls STEM Collaborative (GSGSC) Issues Exciting February Newsletter

Friday, February 22nd, 2013

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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. Our 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:

  • Montclair March Mathness: Empowering Girls Through Math! March 3 – 16, 2013
  • RSVP: 100 Women Leaders in STEM TownHall Conference Call 3/6/13
  • Newark Museum Position Announcement
  • Design It! Afterschool Engineering Program – Now enrolling afterschool sites
  • Save The Date! ELO/Summer Learning Symposium 4/24/13
  • L’Oreal USA Launches STEM ‘For Girls In Science’ Website and Contest
  • STEM Should Be a Natural Extension of Literacy Education, says National Math and Science Initiative