Press & Media Coverage

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The U.S. Department of Education and the Women's Sports Foundation (WSF) hosted a 'Title IX 50th Anniversary Field Day' for Washington D.C. and Baltimore-area students (ages 8 – 14 years old) to try new STEM activities, play new sports, hear from champion athletes and leaders, and learn how Title IX impacts their lives. The event’s interactive stations featured soccer, running, basketball and STEM stations. The soccer station included Gaby Vincent, midfielder for the Washington Spirit, and the basketball drills were led by Howard University’s women’s and men’s basketball team. The STEM activities were led by Techbridge Girls and the Smithsonian Science Education Center. STEM activities included making sports drinks!
#GirlsLeadSTEM represents a collective, multi-sector effort to address these persistent disparities. #GirlsLeadSTEM will tap our most valuable stakeholders - the girls themselves - who will illuminate what’s still needed to ensure persistence in their STEM journey. This national effort will elevate the voices of young women and girls in STEM to transform the overused narratives in the space and celebrate the girls who lead their own STEM journeys, in their own voices, with their own communities and on their own terms.
Techbridge Girls' CEO Nikole Collins-Puri was invited to speak on a panel at "Water Unites Us: A Celebration of Women & Girls of Color Who Lead In Science & Technology", the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) and The Smithsonian Institution hosted this virtual celebration to mark the International Day of Women and Girls in Science and Black History Month.
On April 28th, from 12-1 pm CDT, Techbridge Girls' CEO Nikole Collins-Puri, will be featured during the 2nd Annual 1954 Project Luminary Awards celebration! The 1954 Project is a philanthropic initiative of The Cleveland Avenue Foundation for Education Group (The CAFE Group) that champions Black leadership to fulfill the promise of quality education for ALL. The 1954 Project exists at the intersection of education, leadership, and giving.
Techbridge Girls has long encouraged STEM programs for Black Indigenous (BIPOC), and all girls of color from marginalized communities, and 2020 was a crucial year for the organization. From a direct service model in three cities to a national leader in developing STEM equity education across 20 states, Techbridge Girls aims to use strategic partnerships and digitization to scale up and expand its reach and impact.
The Golden State Warriors have announced that the Warriors Community Foundation will donate $1.85 million in grants this season, Techbridge Girls has been selected as one of the beneficiaries of this grant. Click the link to read the official press release.
For every goal scored by the San Jose Sharks during the 2021-22 season, Goals for Kids will make a donation to Techbridge Girls, click the link to read the Sharks Foundation's press release.
KTVU is recognizing the work of Oakland-based Techbridge Girls, which helps create opportunities in science, technology and other related fields for girls and non-binary young people, especially those who are Black or from another community of color.

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