After School STEAM ClubAfter-School STEAM Club 

Project Scientist's after-school STEAM Club offers girls aged 4-12 an opportunity to discover the magic of hands-on science, technology, engineering, arts, and math. The club meets once a week in your location, and it is tailored to each age group and available in English or Spanish. Thanks to generous donors, we can offer STEAM Club at little to no cost to many schools and organizations.

STEAM Club helps build girls' confidence through engaging activities that they love, in a supportive environment with exciting subject themes. Girls also get to visit leading STEM employers and meet diverse female STEM professionals and inspiring role models.

To bring STEAM Club to your girls, Project Scientist partners with school districts, schools, libraries, and non-profit organizations. Our credentialed teachers provide virtual instruction, and we train your staff and volunteers to be facilitators in your setting. We also supply lab kits with everything you need for success.

Our teachers use equitable STEAM teaching strategies, and the club content is aligned with Next Generation Science Standards. Join the fun and empower your girls to explore the wonders of STEAM!


Summer STEAM Lab 

Give your group of girls a dynamic, fun-filled summer with Project Scientist's STEAM Lab. STEAM Lab runs for a week or more in your location. It features half-day or full-day programs with curriculum tailored by age for girls aged 4-12.

Girls enjoy hands-on experiments and activities exploring science, technology, engineering, arts and math. Each STEAM Lab is built around a theme, such as climate change or materials engineering.

Many of our STEAM Labs take place on-site at STEM companies. Project Scientist partners with companies, school districts, individual schools, non-profits, and library systems to offer STEAM Lab. Girls meet diverse female STEM professionals and inspiring role models.  

STEAM Lab strengthens girls' self-assurance and sense of belonging. They see the relevance of STEM in their own lives and feel empowered to make an impact.

Is your company, school, or non-profit ready to give girls a life-changing experience this summer?



Project Scientist Scholars is a program that offers a safe and inclusive space for girls between the ages of 13-18 to develop their STEAM career skills and learn about the various pathways available in the field. Our program is designed to engage and inspire Black, Indigenous, and other girls of color who are often underserved in STEAM as well as girls from under-resourced backgrounds.

Through our program, girls have the opportunity to build mentoring relationships with our Rising Stars, who are college-level interns, and interact with STEAM Superstars, who are female professionals in science, technology, engineering, arts, and math. Scholars will develop their STEAM, leadership, and collaboration skills, which will help them gain confidence in their abilities and nurture their sense of self as future STEAM leaders.

Selected participants receive a full scholarship to cover the cost of attendance. We encourage you to share this opportunity with any girls who would benefit from being a Project Scientist Scholar.


STEM Sessions 

STEM Sessions is our free web series for all aspiring scientists and anyone interested in science / technology / engineering careers! STEM Sessions are life meet-and-greets over Zoom, where you have the opportunity to meet with scientists and engineers from science and technology companies. During each STEM Session, our featured speakers share their STEM story — their career path, obstacles they may have faced, what they do in their current role, and more. You also get the opportunity to ask them any questions you may have. We offer STEM Sessions in English and Spanish.


Teaching Institute

At Project Scientist’s Teaching Institute, we partner with educators to help you create a culturally competent STEAM curriculum for your classroom, school, or program. Participants discover how to define, implement, and integrate gender and racially equitable STEAM teaching strategies that can improve student outcomes and boost educator confidence. 


STEM Girls Change the World 

This annual program features exemplary women in science, technology, engineering, and math across the U.S. as they share stories about their journey, the obstacles they’ve overcome, and the tools and techniques they’ve applied to pave their way toward success.




Want to bring our programs to your school, school district or nonprofit? Whether you’re a parent interested in this program for your child or a school/nonprofit representative, fill out our program interest form and a member of the team will contact you.