The 2021 Virtual Catalyst Awards were a tremendous success - and it's all because of you! Thanks to your generous support, we had over 320 guests register for our virtual celebration and raised over $230,000. Your support ensures the work of Science Club for Girls continues to make an impact, for the next 26 years and beyond. Missed the show? Watch here!
SCIENCE CLUB FOR GIRLS awarded $100,000 Cummings grant Cambridge nonprofit receives 3 years of funding from Cummings Foundation Cambridge, May 21, 2021 - Science Club for Girls is one of 140 local nonprofits to receive grants of $100,000 to $500,000 each through Cummings Foundation’s $25 Million Grant Program. The Cambridge-based organization was chosen from a total of 590 applicants during a competitive review process. It will receive $100,000 over 3 years. Science Club for
We are excited to introduce you to three new members of our team who joined us this past January! Carla Dos Santos joined the Science Club for Girl's program team for the 2021 calendar year as the WFB Program Intern. This new position is funded by the Women's Foundation of Boston. Carla supports our virtual clubs by recruiting participants, developing instructional curriculum videos for our mentors, as well as serving as a mentor herself for her third semester! She is current
We are incredibly grateful for the contributions of our amazing summer interns and volunteers! We will miss working with each of you and hope you'll continue to stay connected. As one of our 2020 Catalyst Awardees Kaelyn Brown says, “You’re never really done with Science Club.” (Kaelyn joined SCFG when she was just 6 years old, continued through high school, and now leads SCFG's Mentor Chapter at Harvard College!) A huge thank you to each of you for your support, for sharing
Science Club for Girls' Executive Director, Bonnie Bertolaet, recently presented to a group of students and faculty at her alma mater, Amherst College, about her career trajectory and nonprofit work in STEM education. Students who participated in the virtual seminar are rising sophomores in the college's Science Incubator Program, which provides supplemental training to students interested in careers in natural and physical sciences—particularly students who identify with gro
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