Science Club for Girls exists because of the power of its amazing volunteers. We bring together women from undergraduate, graduate and professional institutions to inspire the next generation of women in STEM. Over the years we have had the pleasure of getting to know many extraordinary women, many of whom are students right in our very own backyard. So it seemed only logical to have the passion of these women carry over in the form of student groups on these campuses. These student leaders have taken on the great task of bringing SCFG to their campuses and we are so proud and thankful to have them be a part of the SCFG family!
The very first established student organization of Science Club for Girls, formed in September of 2010 by Northeastern University students Anna Craver and Kristin Salomon. Anna and Kristin first met when they volunteered with SCFG at the Tobin School in Boston in the fall of 2009. Since then, these two ladies have formed a strong friendship born over their love of science! This group hosted a Show me the Science event in October 2010 and currently runs its very own SCFG site on Saturdays in the Northeastern Curry Student Center.
If you are currently a student at Northeastern and are interested in getting involved with this amazing group of women, please email northeastern [at] scienceclubforgirls [dot] org.
The second established student organization of Science Club for Girls, formed in April of 2011 by Harvard University students Eva Gillis-Buck and Meredith MacGregor. These two young women have been volunteering with SCFG since last year and wanted to bring all the fun they were having at clubs to the Harvard community! This group is excited to continue its momentum and looks forward to being a great presence on campus.
If you are currently a student at Harvard and are interested in getting involved with this amazing group of women, please email
harvard [at] scienceclubforgirls [dot] org.
Starting a Student Group
Do you want an SCFG student group on your campus? If you are interested in learning more about the process and commitment, please email volunteer [at] scienceclubforgirls [dot] org.