National Mentoring Month: Strategies for Mentoring Girls in STEM

Public event
Date: 
Thursday, January 24, 2019 - 11:00am - 12:00pm
Time Zone: 
Pacific
Location (optional): 
Online Webinar (instructions emailed after registration)

The National Girls Collaborative Project is celebrating National Mentoring Month by highlighting the importance of role models and mentors in empowering girls and young women to actively pursue STEM education and careers. Join us for this one hour webinar, as we cover tangible takeaways for educators seeking to utilize mentors in their programming, in addition to concrete strategies mentors can use to engage girls.. We will also take time to hear from participants and discuss methods for promoting the mentoring work that inspires girls to pursue STEM.

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The American Institute of Architects advocates for the value of architecture and gives architects the resources they need to do their best work. They are actively engaged in furthering and supporting multiple initiatives and goals such as the Equity and the Future of Architecture Committee (EQFA), K-12 strategies, Women Leadership and Multicultural Summits that value EDI for people of all backgrounds.

 

The Young Girls Advisory (YoGA) Board helps to review and provide feedback on current National Girls Collaborative Project (NGCP) initiatives and assist in informing the future direction of the NGCP. The Advisory Board is made up of a dynamic group of high school STEM enthusiasts from across the country. We are committed to helping bridge the gender gap through working together to build a larger community of young female STEM enthusiasts.

 

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FabFems is a national database of women in STEM professions who are inspiring role models for young women. The FabFems directory is accessible to young women, girl-serving STEM programs, and other organizations that are working to increase career awareness and interest in STEM. FabFems is designed to facilitate the important connection between young women and STEM female professionals during critical transition points in the career pathway.

 

Event contact
First Name: 
Gina
Last Name: 
Carter