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I am ready to change the future of STEM.
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Help us raise the 4

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Transform the face of STEM and give the next generation of young women more opportunities.

Meet today’s 4 

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Hear directly from these STEM professionals.

Harvard Professor

Principal Associate Scientist

Fire Suppression Design Engineer

Quality Control Analyst IV

Something as small as 4 
can make a big difference.

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The average person spends $1,100 on coffee annually.
By donating 4% of your coffee budget monthly, 
you can transform the face of STEM.
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The future of STEM.

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Skylar

10 years old

“I think that Science Club for Girls will really change the 4%. There’s a lot of different girls of different races, and I think that would really help the 4% go way higher.”

Yani

7 years old

“I was scared to do [Science Club for Girls], but now I learned when you’re scared to do it, it might be fun. It might not be scary.”

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Genevieve

17 years old

“I’ve always kind of been shy in school, in class especially…It’s just been very cool to be introduced to [STEM] and then have greater confidence and walk into male-dominated classrooms and be like, I know this, and I’m going to explain and ask questions.”

Yenifer

10 years old

I really like the experiments. Where you put baking soda with vinegar and

mix it ... Explosion!

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About Science Club for Girls

Science Club for Girls’ mission is to foster excitement, confidence, and literacy in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) for girls and gender-expansive youth from underrepresented communities by providing free, experiential programs and by maximizing meaningful interactions with women-in-STEM mentors.

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Key Facts:
No Cost

All programs are free — removing a barrier to access.

More Opportunity

SCFG focuses on girls and gender-expansive youth from groups underrepresented in STEM by income, race, and/or first-generation college-bound.

More Access

More than 83% of participants and over 60% of mentors are from backgrounds underrepresented in STEM.

More Success

Over the past thirteen years, >90% of our high school juniors and seniors have gone on to college (up 20% over the national average), and of those girls, >55% of them chose to major in STEM.

A Smarter Future

SCFG participants stay interested in science through high school, select more challenging math and science courses, and are aware of STEM career possibilities because of SCFG.

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Think bigger than 4%

Your organization can make an even bigger impact in the lives of these young women by becoming a corporate donor.

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Corporate donation details

Unsure about what goes into a corporate donation? Reach out, and we can answer any of your questions.

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