Our partnerships with STEM companies are a core aspect of Project Scientist programs. We engage STEM company employees (particularly women) to celebrate their accomplishments and to give them an opportunity to inspire the next generation of women in STEM. Support from STEM companies also empowers us to offer our programs tuition-free, making them more inclusive and accessible to students from under resourced communities. 

Opportunities for a Project Scientist partner include:

VIRTUAL / IN-PERSON

SHARE YOUR STEM JOURNEY

Women employees share their STEM journey including family, childhood, education, and why they love their job. (Virtual or in-person)

IN-PERSON

VOLUNTEER

All employees can join a STEM session and help with hands-on projects and provide encouragement and connections.

IN-PERSON

HOST A SUMMER LAB

Host a Summer Lab session (one to three weeks) on your corporate campus or field offices.

IN-PERSON

HOST A TEACHING INSTITUTE WORKSHOP

Serve as a site host for a one-day Teaching Institute workshop that brings together local K-12 educators and administrators to upskill their racial and gender teaching techniques and math strategies.

VIRTUAL / IN-PERSON

PARTICIPATE IN A STEAM SESSION

A virtual or in-person after-school parent / caregiver engagement event where families can join in meaningful and supportive conversations with STEM Superstars about their education, childhood, and hobbies and learn about ways they can continue to nurture their child’s STEM curiosity.

VIRTUAL / IN-PERSON

BECOME A COMMITTEE MEMBER

Project Scientist works with category experts across a variety of sectors including education, science, finance, and marketing. Volunteering your time to augment Project Scientist’s knowledge and skills help ensure initiatives and outcomes align with the organization's mission and continue to maximize our collective impact on girls in STEM.

How to partner with us

Contact us at info@projectscientist.org to get started on supporting the next generation women leaders in STEM.

Our Partners

3M

Albemarle

Ally Bank

Annenberg Foundation

ASC

BASF

Blue Beam

Boston Scientific

Bristol Myers Squibb

Burroughs Wellcome Fund

Capital Group

Cargill

CoreLogic

C.H. Robinson

Cummins

Duke Energy

Edwards Lifesciences

F5 Foundation

Google Fiber

Joseph Drown Foundation

NASA

NASA

Nucor

nVent

PNC Bank

Pentair

PwC

QTS

Southern California Edison

State Farm

TD Bank

Trane Technologies

USC Good Neighbors

Takeda

Western Digital

Wingstop

What they're saying

"Seeing the girls’ eyes light up when they realize they are smart, they are strong, and they are beautiful is such a rewarding feeling,” Melany Hawkins

Salesforce COE Leader, Information Technology


“I thought the idea was brilliant and innovative. Our ability to come together not only as co-workers and employees of Trane, but also women who understand working in our male dominated industry. We realize that these campers are our future and that the work we are doing now is quite possibly cultivating our world’s next noble prize physicist or even Trane CEO. "

Paige Madison

IT Accelerated Development Program, ADP