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Summer STEM for Girls

Women In Resource Development Corporation St. John’s, Newfoundland This project will deliver summer STEM and trades programming to girls living in low-income neighbourhoods who attend the day camps sponsored by an affiliated community centre. Participants aged 9-15 will be able to “try on for size” trades and technology activities in a supportive environment. Activities include […]


Girls Count

SuperNOVA                                                                                        Halifax, Nova Scotia  The Girls Count program combines weekly educational programming with continued mentorship to target gender disparity within mathematics through an exploration of STEM fields for girls in grades 6-8. The program will empower girls and women to be passionate, informed, and confident in their mathematics abilities by connecting participants with positive female […]


Girls Can … 

Mini University Brandon, Manitoba Girls Can … engages participants in science through interactive, fun, and non-judgmental activities. Projects include programming robots, 3D printing, cooking, digital music, media literacy, floor hockey and more – all with a science twist. Girls can also participate in equine-assisted learning that uses horses in experiential learning. The overall aim is […]


Power Girls – A Migrant Girls STEM Project 

DIVERSEcity Community Resources Society                                           Surrey, British Columbia  In partnership with Science Alive, this collaborative program takes a feminist and experiential approach to engaging girls in STEM. Designed specifically for racialized girls who have migrant experiences, Power Girls encourages participants to shape and lead programming according to their needs and interests. Participants will develop empowering skills in […]


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