NGCP offers many resources to strengthen Collaborative networks and advance STEM education for girls.
Mini-grants. Mini-grants are awarded to girl-serving science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) focused programs to support collaboration, address gaps and overlaps in
service, and share promising practices.
Newsletters. The National Girls Collaborative Project™ newsletter seeks to support efforts on gender and diversity-related issues in the fields of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics). Members of the NGCP listserv receive information about NGCP activities as well as information from other resources that may be valuable for STEM -related programs, including funding opportunities, resources, and upcoming events.
Webinars. The National Leadership Team organizes and hosts Webinars that showcase the work of NGCP participants and provide resources from other related initiatives and organizations. The Webinars enable participants from across the country to connect, collaborate, and learn. The webinars are archived on the NGCP website for people to access at their convenience.
Statistics. NGCP provides statistics on the role of Women and Girls in STEM careers and education pathways.
Stories. An archive of NGCP success stories illustrate the power of collaboration.
Brochure. Download a PDF of the NGCP brochure which is available in two formats.
Exemplary Practices. Designed to build the capacity of girl-serving organizations to provide high-quality informal learning environments for girls in STEM, exemplary practices are strategies, practices, curricula and resources that have research and/or evaluation data to support their effectiveness and are disseminated via the NGCP website, in-person events, and webinars.
Relevant Links. NGCP provides web-based links to organizations and high-quality resources relevant to girl-serving STEM practitioners, categorized by content area and type of organization.
"I feel empowered with techniques and resources to design, organize and execute a sustainable program knowing that I am using exemplary practices."
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