Fostering Equity in STEM Webinar

Computing skills are the most sought-after and highest-paying in the US job market, with demand growing 3X the national average. Yet fewer than 1 in 5 computer science graduates are women, and that number is declining. To close the gender gap in technology, we must teach girls and boys not only how to positively impact their community through code, but also how to be brave, resilient, and inclusive.
Amanda Souza, Manager of Community Partnerships & Outreach at Girls Who Code, will uncover how to inspire and equip youth in your community with the skills they need to succeed in college and career. During this webinar, you’ll learn a) how to foster an inclusive environment within your STEM programs, b) how to increase female role model representation, c) how to create holistic STEM programming for building important life skills, d) how to access free and customizable Girls Who Code Clubs curriculum and resources for 3-12th graders of all genders, and e) learn about real stories from Girls Who Code Clubs to help you build your own programming.
Check out the clip below of Arizona's former Regional Partnership Coordinator to see a sneak peak of Girls Who Code's coding resources.
This hour-long webinar will be offered three times throughout the month of July:
  • July 6th
  • July 21st
  • July 27th

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At Girls Who Code, we believe that all girls are capable of making a positive impact on the world through computer science. Since 2012, we have reached over 300,000 girls across all 50 states, Canada, the United Kingdom, and India, but that's just the beginning!

Our Clubs are free computer science Clubs for 3rd-12th grade girls to learn computer science and join a sisterhood of supportive peers and role models. Sign up to access the free and customizable curriculum and resources (like the mini-grants of $300) by filling out the quick Clubs Application today! ✨