Virtual STEM Camp for Girls

Friday, November 5th, 2021 4:00-5:30pm PT  

Join us for STEM Girls Change the World 2021, a virtual celebration highlighting girls and women in STEM who are changing the world and the companies that support them.

You'll meet leading girls and women in STEM, learn about innovative STEM companies and their programs that support girls and women in science, technology, engineering and math.

STEM Girls Change the World is for STEM girls and their families, women in STEM majors and careers, and anyone else passionate about the possibilities of STEM. The event includes a special fireside chat with Gitanjali Rao, Time's 2020 Kid of the Year. This year's event will be a one-of-a kind celebration of STEM girls and women changing the world. Learn More.

 

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Fall STEM Club  

Four weeks of STEM-tastic learning!

Registration Closes October 22, 2021.

  • Pricing: $245**
  • Focus theme: Space Exploration
  • STEM Club dates: November 3 - December 1, 2021 (No class on November 24, 2021)
  • STEM Club timings: 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM (PST, CST & EST) 

 

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375
Credentialed 
Teachers Trained

13,000
Girls Educated & Mentored

370
STEM
Expeditions Hosted

1200
Female STEM
Superstars Inspired

The Project Scientist Difference

  • We invest in credentialed teachers because we believe your child should receive quality STEM education from those who are highly qualified to teach.
  • Students have personal interaction with STEM Superstars, accomplished STEM professionals from organizations such as Google, NASA, and Duke Energy.
  • We provide virtual STEM enrichment through the Project Scientist Virtual Lab and STEM Club
  • Virtual expeditions to STEM companies give students an opportunity to see women excelling in STEM careers
  • Our outcomes and impact have been researched and validated by Harvard and UNCC
  • We are recognized as a Sci-Girls partner and trainer, which enables us to be one of the few organizations using PBS-created and National Science Foundation-funded curriculum.

Programs


This is a big opportunity for girls…It makes you think more about earth and about how many things you can change through science. I want to be a surgeon because I love helping people. I think everyone can change the world.

Grace, Age 10
Project Scientist Future Surgeon


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