Science Club for Girls amplifies our mission and advocates for girls through a variety of regional and national partners and liaisons.
NCWIT K-12 Alliance
The National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) K-12 Alliance, made up of national girl-serving organizations, professional educator associations, academic institutions, and businesses, leverages the reach and diversity of its members to create national outreach programs that increase the participation of girls in computing. Through it’s vast member network, the K-12 Alliance has the potential to reach 100% of the girls in the United States. K-12 Alliance projects focus on increasing the recruitment, retention, and advancement of girls in computing and technology studies and careers, and inspiring girls to become more interested and confident in computing.
Southern New England Girls Collaborative Project
This project brings together organizations and individuals in Massachusetts and Rhode Island that are committed to informing and motivating girls to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics to encourage collaboration and improve inter-program communication. The goal is to strengthen capacity, increase continuation of girl-serving STEM programs and create a wider audience for gender-related STEM issues. More
Boston Area Girls STEM Collaborative
Science Club for Girls co-founded the Collaborative to advocate for girls’ participation in STEM by developing and implementing new programs, leveraging and sharing member resources for greater impact, and providing information about and access to STEM programs and careers. Members include Northeastern University, Boston University LERNet, Wentworth Institute of Technology, Girl Scouts of Eastern Mass., WGBH, Harvard University School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Museum of Science and Simmons College. Joint programs include S.E.T. in the City, a full-day event for 150-200 high school girls and TechSavvy, a week-long program for middle school girls.
Cambridge Public Schools Middle School Network
This Quality Partnership initiative brings together afterschool providers to share best practices, challenges and successes especially as they pertain to working with school-day staff and teachers; and creates systems and infrastructure that enhance the ability of afterschool programs to partner with CPS schools and faculty on behalf of shared CPS students.
Science Club for Girls is also a member of the following groups: