Empowering Girls in STEM

Empowering Girls in STEM

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    Bonnie Ross | She Can STEM

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    Lucianne Walkowics | She Can STEM

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    Lisa Seacat DeLuca | She Can STEM

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    Danielle Merfeld | She Can STEM

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  • Nicki Palmer | She Can STEM
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    Nicki Palmer | She Can STEM

    Nicki Palmer | She Can STEM
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  • Maya Gupta |She Can STEM
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    Maya Gupta |She Can STEM

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Girls with female role models in STEM are more likely to stick with it.

Overview

Research shows that young girls enjoy subjects like science, technology, engineering, and math, but as they get older, they start to feel that STEM isn’t for them, based on outdated stereotypes. 

The new campaign, She Can STEM, inspires middle school girls to stay in STEM by showcasing female role models across a variety of STEM fields. PSAs give girls ages 11-15 the inspiration they need to see themselves in STEM and reinforce that STEM is cool, creative, and inspiring.

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