Techbridge Girls was highlighted in testimony at the U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies as an example of a STEM program that introduces girls, especially girls of color, to role models and mentors from STEM workplaces. Many thanks to Caroline King, Chief Policy Officer of Washington STEM for the shout out!
Techbridge Girls Greater Seattle Employee, Chanel Easley, Named WA Teacher of the Month
Nikole Collins-Puri on Urban View, Sirius XM - Giving Kids Exposure is Essential
Continue the conversation about ‘Hidden Figures’ with our Discussion Guide
Role Models Matter
The Role Models Matter Online Training Toolkit will help you develop skills to engage girls and underrepresented youth in STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) through readings, videos, questions, and more. Role models play a vital role in getting youth excited about careers in STEM.
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Techbridge White Paper, April 2016
Changing The Game for Girls in STEM
Findings on High-Impact Programs and System-Building Strategies