Techbridge Girls

Techbridge Girls STEM is good for girls, and girls are good for STEM. https://www.techbridgegirls.org/

Techbridge Girls (TBG) is a unique provider of gender-responsive and culturally-relevant immersive after-school science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) and social-emotional (SEL) programming for elementary and middle school-aged girls* and gender-expansive youth. Techbridge Girls is reimagining the way STEM is taught to center the brilliance and potential of Black, Indigenous, and Latina

girls and gender-expansive youth. We believe that with these girls’ experiences, values, interests, voices, and brilliance, we can fully experience the possibilities of what a STEM revolution can do for our world.

*including cis girls, trans youth, gender non-conforming and/or non-binary youth who experience(d) girlhood as a part of their journey.

Of the many benefits of joining the Techbridge Girls Educator community, site partners will receive the following:⚙️ Tra...
01/08/2024

Of the many benefits of joining the Techbridge Girls Educator community, site partners will receive the following:

⚙️ Training and ongoing support for 1-2 educators per program.

⚙️ Grant-funded kits of materials (valued at $3,500) for up to 15 youth to participate in 8-12 sessions of programming.

⚙️ Support resources for recruiting youth, communication with caregivers, and community outreach.

⚙️ Access to Role Models and other STEM events and trainings.

⚙️ Access to a network of educators and professionals who are growing and learning in STEM and equity education.

There's still time to apply! The deadline is January 19. Follow the link to learn more and apply today: https://ow.ly/h4p250QiQP5.

Research tells us that responsive learning environments can make all the difference in girls’ sustained interest in STEM...
01/05/2024

Research tells us that responsive learning environments can make all the difference in girls’ sustained interest in STEM. We also know that OST program managers, directors, and site directors play a critical role in the STEM trajectory for girls because they ensure their afterschool programs’ classrooms are equitable, gender and culturally responsive experiences. The STEM Equity Learning Community is designed to equip OST program managers, administrators, and site directors so that more equitable learning spaces are available for Black, Indigenous, and Latina girls (and gender-expensive youth).

We are accepting applications for our STEM Equity Learning Community! The deadline to apply is January 19, 2024.

Follow the link to apply today: https://app.participate.com/pages/techbridge-girls-stem-equity-learning-community-spring-2024.

⚙️ Ignite sparks girls*' and gender-expansive youth's interest in STEM. Out-of-School Time (OST) educators work with gir...
01/03/2024

⚙️ Ignite sparks girls*' and gender-expansive youth's interest in STEM. Out-of-School Time (OST) educators work with girls to deliver engaging STEM and social-emotional supportive activities in this program. Ignite offers easy-to-access, high-quality, broad STEM and social-emotional learning (SEL) content through fun, engaging STEM experiences that build connection, community, and family engagement.🎇

⚙️ Inspire encourages girls to explore a wide range of hands-on STEM activities. In this program, OST educators work with girls and gender-expansive youth to deliver engaging STEM and social-emotional supportive activities. Inspire offers online educator training in hands-on STEM and effective practices for delivering equitable STEM education.💡

⚙️ ChangeMakers builds girls' and gender-responsive youth's STEM joy, excitement, belonging, and agency through culturally relevant story-based learning. In this program, OST educators work with girls to deliver engaging STEM through the contributions of BIPOC women who have used STEM as a tool to positively impact systems, communities, and their personal lives. Girls will conclude with a Community Impact Project showcase to present what they have created to resolve a problem in their community. 🦋

Good news for the new year: We are still accepting applications for Spring 2024! Spread the word and follow the link to learn more and apply today: https://ow.ly/yXJ950QiQwt.

* Techbridge Girls (TBG) serves Black, Indigenous, and all girls of color, which includes cis girls, trans youth, gender non-conforming, and/or non-binary youth who experience(d) girlhood and economic insecurity as a part of their journey.

Happy New Year’s Eve! Thank you for all you have done to make 2023 an impactful and memorable year for Techbridge Girls....
12/31/2023

Happy New Year’s Eve! Thank you for all you have done to make 2023 an impactful and memorable year for Techbridge Girls.

Today is the last day to make your 2023 tax-deductible donation to Techbridge Girls. Your gift supports our efforts to tap into the brilliance and limitless potential that the population of girls* most often left out of STEM can contribute to our communities and world. Support belonging in STEM spaces for a brighter, more equitable, future for all. Make your gift today: https://ow.ly/91ZT50Qkn5v.

* Techbridge Girls (TBG) serves Black, Indigenous, and all girls of color, which includes cis girls, trans youth, gender non-conforming, and/or non-binary youth who experience(d) girlhood and economic insecurity as a part of their journey.

Did you know that supporting Techbridge Girls allows us to equip and train educators in multiple ways? Techbridge Girls ...
12/29/2023

Did you know that supporting Techbridge Girls allows us to equip and train educators in multiple ways? Techbridge Girls engages Out-of-School Time (OST) leaders and STEM professionals who serve as role models and mentors, encouraging them to uplift the brilliance, potential, and STEM lineage of BIPOC girls*. Our training, workshops, and one-time events challenge adults in positions of power to interrogate their own biases and dismantle barriers to opportunities for BIPOC girls so they may create more expansive environments for youth to thrive in STEM fields. By positioning STEM as a path to economic mobility and a successful career, these equity champions can empower youth to pursue their dreams.

Only three days left to make your 2023 tax-deductible donation to Techbridge Girls. Your gift supports our efforts to tap into the brilliance and limitless potential that the population of girls most often left out of STEM can contribute to our communities and world. Support belonging in STEM spaces for a brighter, more equitable, future for all. Follow the link to make your gift today: https://ow.ly/iEz650Qkn1O.

* Techbridge Girls (TBG) serves Black, Indigenous, and all girls of color, which includes cis girls, trans youth, gender non-conforming, and/or non-binary youth who experience(d) girlhood and economic insecurity as a part of their journey.

Did you know through supporting Techbridge Girls, you’re supporting hands-on, exploratory STEM in girls’* language, incr...
12/27/2023

Did you know through supporting Techbridge Girls, you’re supporting hands-on, exploratory STEM in girls’* language, increased STEM knowledge, skills, and the development of a practice mindset in most program participants? Techbridge Girls fosters an environment where girls engage in creative and critical thinking, work collaboratively, and focus on the process instead of achieving one predetermined outcome. By testing and improving through the Engineering Design Process (EDP), girls define STEM concepts from their own experiences and persist through different outcomes, building confidence and increasing their
STEM knowledge.

Only five days left to make your 2023 tax-deductible donation to Techbridge Girls. Your gift supports our efforts to tap into the brilliance and limitless potential that the population of girls most often left out of STEM can contribute to our communities and world. Support belonging in STEM spaces for a brighter, more equitable, future for all.
Follow the link to make your gift today: https://ow.ly/NKnC50QkmM9.

* Techbridge Girls (TBG) serves Black, Indigenous, and all girls of color, which includes cis girls, trans youth, gender non-conforming, and/or non-binary youth who experience(d) girlhood and economic insecurity as a part of their journey.

Did you know that when you support Techbridge Girls, you help make possible our STEM Engagement Network (SEN)? These eve...
12/24/2023

Did you know that when you support Techbridge Girls, you help make possible our STEM Engagement Network (SEN)? These events take place at colleges, community centers, and schools across the country. Volunteers, STEM professionals, and role models host engaging, hands-on STEM workshops and community-building events. With your support, last year Techbridge Girls was able to serve 556 conference Leaders and 1,938 girls youth in STEM conferences.

Only eight days left to make your 2023 tax-deductible donation to Techbridge Girls. Your gift supports our efforts to tap into the brilliance and limitless potential that the population of girls* most often left out of STEM can contribute to our communities and world. Support belonging in STEM spaces for a brighter, more equitable, future for all. Follow the link to make your gift today: https://ow.ly/R5rc50QkmK4.

* Techbridge Girls (TBG) serves Black, Indigenous, and all girls of color, which includes cis girls, trans youth, gender non-conforming, and/or non-binary youth who experience(d) girlhood and economic insecurity as a part of their journey.

By providing educators with our unique lens to STEM education, we can provide exponentially more girls* and gender-expan...
12/23/2023

By providing educators with our unique lens to STEM education, we can provide exponentially more girls* and gender-expansive youth from marginalized communities with award-winning STEM programming than we could through a direct service program model. Each of our services equips educators with gender- and culturally-responsive teaching tools to engage families to support youth persistence and connects girls to BIPOC peers and role models from STEM fields to inspire and encourage.

The deadline to apply is January 19, 2024. Follow the link to apply today: https://app.participate.com/pages/techbridge-girls-information-and-application-page?utm_source=Flyer&utm_medium=EMail&utm_campaign=Flyer

* Techbridge Girls (TBG) serves Black, Indigenous, and all girls of color, which includes cis girls, trans youth, gender non-conforming, and/or non-binary youth who experience(d) girlhood and economic insecurity as a part of their journey.

Did you know, when you support Techbridge Girls you help us to equip educators by providing turnkey, ready-to-present pr...
12/22/2023

Did you know, when you support Techbridge Girls you help us to equip educators by providing turnkey, ready-to-present programming, as well as material kits for all students in their TBG classroom? Techbridge Girls’ gender-responsive and culturally relevant STEM curricula, program kits, and educator training equip educators to deliver hands-on, award-winning quality STEM curricula in their schools and communities. Aligned with National Generation Science Standards (NGSS), our program framework draws on girls’* interests and lived experiences and ensures they see themselves reflected in STEM fields’ past, present, and future.

Only 10 days left to make your 2023 tax-deductible donation to Techbridge Girls. Your gift supports our efforts to tap into the brilliance and limitless potential that the population of girls most often left out of STEM can contribute to our communities and world. Support belonging in STEM spaces for a brighter, more equitable, future for all. Follow the link to make your gift today: https://www.techbridgegirls.org/donate/.

* Techbridge Girls (TBG) serves Black, Indigenous, and all girls of color, which includes cis girls, trans youth, gender non-conforming, and/or non-binary youth who experience(d) girlhood and economic insecurity as a part of their journey.

Research tells us that responsive learning environments can make all the difference in girls’ sustained interest in STEM...
12/20/2023

Research tells us that responsive learning environments can make all the difference in girls’ sustained interest in STEM. We also know that OST program managers, directors, and site directors play a critical role in the STEM trajectory for girls because they ensure their afterschool programs’ classrooms are equitable, gender and culturally responsive experiences. The STEM Equity Learning Community is designed to equip OST program managers, administrators, and site directors so that more equitable learning spaces are available for Black, Indigenous, and Latina girls (and gender-expensive youth).

We are accepting applications for our STEM Equity Learning Community! The deadline to apply is January 19, 2024.

Follow the link to apply today: https://ow.ly/8LLX50Qcy82.

Have you heard?? We are accepting applications for Spring 2024!Each of our services equips educators with gender- and cu...
12/19/2023

Have you heard?? We are accepting applications for Spring 2024!

Each of our services equips educators with gender- and culturally-responsive teaching tools to engage families to support youth persistence and connects girls* to BIPOC peers and role models from STEM fields to inspire and encourage.

The application deadline is January 19, 2024. Follow the link to learn more and apply today. https://ow.ly/F4mJ50QiPUB.

* Techbridge Girls (TBG) serves Black, Indigenous, and all girls of color, which includes cis girls, trans youth, gender non-conforming, and/or non-binary youth who experience(d) girlhood and economic insecurity as a part of their journey.

Have you heard?? We are accepting applications for Spring 2024!Each of our services equips educators with gender- and cu...
12/14/2023

Have you heard?? We are accepting applications for Spring 2024!

Each of our services equips educators with gender- and culturally-responsive teaching tools to engage families to support youth persistence and connects girls* to BIPOC peers and role models from STEM fields to inspire and encourage.

The application deadline is January 19, 2024. Follow the link to learn more and apply today: https://ow.ly/eavC50QiPPg.

* Techbridge Girls (TBG) serves Black, Indigenous, and all girls of color, which includes cis girls, trans youth, gender non-conforming, and/or non-binary youth who experience(d) girlhood and economic insecurity as a part of their journey.

It is because of our community of supporters that Techbridge Girls was able to equip 2,335 educators last year, reaching...
12/13/2023

It is because of our community of supporters that Techbridge Girls was able to equip 2,335 educators last year, reaching 14,115 youth. These educators and youth alike are finding belonging and community with the help of support from individuals like you. This is changing how they see STEM, how they see themselves, and how they see the world.

Help us tap into the brilliance and limitless potential that the population of girls* most often left out of STEM can contribute to our communities and world. Support belonging in STEM spaces for a brighter, more equitable, future for all.

Follow the link to make your gift today: https://ow.ly/hc0450QhXJk.

* Techbridge Girls (TBG) serves Black, Indigenous, and all girls of color, which includes cis girls, trans youth, gender non-conforming, and/or non-binary youth who experience(d) girlhood and economic insecurity as a part of their journey.

Research tells us that responsive learning environments can make all the difference in girls’ sustained interest in STEM...
12/11/2023

Research tells us that responsive learning environments can make all the difference in girls’ sustained interest in STEM. We also know that OST program managers, directors, and site directors play a critical role in the STEM trajectory for girls because they ensure their afterschool programs’ classrooms are equitable, gender and culturally responsive experiences. The STEM Equity Learning Community is designed to equip OST program managers, administrators, and site directors so that more equitable learning spaces are available for Black, Indigenous, and Latina girls (and gender-expensive youth).

Join our amazing community! We are accepting applications for our STEM Equity Learning Community! The deadline to apply is January 19, 2024.

Follow the link to apply today: https://ow.ly/sjsv50QcxVb.

Our curriculum and training help educators challenge gender, racial, and class bias in STEM fields and culture to help g...
12/05/2023

Our curriculum and training help educators challenge gender, racial, and class bias in STEM fields and culture to help girls* see their unique STEM lineage, community, interests, and path to success.

Research tells us that responsive learning environments can make all the difference in girls’ sustained interest in STEM. We also know that Out-of-School Time (OST) program managers, directors, and site directors play a critical role in the STEM trajectory for girls because they ensure their afterschool programs’ classrooms are equitable, gender and culturally responsive experiences. The STEM Equity Learning Community is designed to equip OST program managers, administrators, and site directors so that more equitable learning spaces are available for BIPOC girls and gender-expensive youth.

The deadline to apply is Jan 19, 2024.

Learn more at a virtual information session on Dec 6, 2023, at 10 a.m. PDT | 1 p.m. EST.

Follow the link to learn more, apply today, and register for the information session: https://app.participate.com/pages/techbridge-girls-stem-equity-learning-community-spring-2024.

* Techbridge Girls (TBG) serves Black, Indigenous, and all girls of color, which includes cis girls, trans youth, gender non-conforming, and/or non-binary youth who experience(d) girlhood and economic insecurity as a part of their journey.

📣It is with great pleasure and excitement that we announce the addition of our new national board members to Techbridge ...
12/05/2023

📣It is with great pleasure and excitement that we announce the addition of our new national board members to Techbridge Girls! Our new board bring a wealth of knowledge, experience, and expertise that will undoubtedly contribute to the growth and success of as we continue to equip out-of-school time educators and professionals with gender responsive, culturally relevant curriculum and equity training that empowers them to act as an advocate for girls pursuing their STEM aspirations. ✨✨

With their diverse backgrounds and expertise, our new members bring fresh perspectives, and a commitment to STEM for BIPOC girls 👩🏽‍🔬that aligns perfectly with TBG’s mission and vision!

A holiday card from Techbridge Girls to YOU.Follow the link to support   in   spaces this holiday season: https://ow.ly/...
12/04/2023

A holiday card from Techbridge Girls to YOU.

Follow the link to support in spaces this holiday season: https://ow.ly/CNOg50Qe48v.

Techbridge Girls is excited to announce that applications are being accepted to join the Spring 2024 STEM Equity Learnin...
11/30/2023

Techbridge Girls is excited to announce that applications are being accepted to join the Spring 2024 STEM Equity Learning Community. All out-of-school time (OST) supervisors and administrators for programs that serve BIPOC girls* and gender-expansive youth are encouraged to apply.

OST program managers, directors, and site directors play a critical role in the STEM trajectory for girls because they ensure their afterschool programs’ classrooms are equitable, gender and culturally responsive experiences. The STEM Equity Learning Community is designed to equip OST program managers, administrators, and site directors so that more equitable learning spaces are available for BIPOC girls.

The deadline to apply is Jan 19, 2024.

Learn more at a virtual information session on Dec 6, 2023, at 10 a.m. PDT | 1 p.m. EST.

Follow the link to learn more, apply today, and register for the information session: https://ow.ly/b7rE50Q8pfF.

* Techbridge Girls (TBG) serves Black, Indigenous, and all girls of color, which includes cis girls, trans youth, gender non-conforming, and/or non-binary youth who experience(d) girlhood and economic insecurity as a part of their journey.

To equip girls and gender-expansive youth to persist in STEM careers, we support educators in delivering STEM programs. ...
11/29/2023

To equip girls and gender-expansive youth to persist in STEM careers, we support educators in delivering STEM programs. By providing educators with our unique lens to STEM education, we can provide exponentially more girls and gender-expansive youth from marginalized communities with award-winning STEM programming than we could through a direct service program model. Each of our services equips educators with gender- and culturally-responsive teaching tools to engage families to support youth persistence and connects girls to BIPOC peers and role models from STEM fields to inspire and encourage.

There's still time to apply! For more information and to apply today, follow the link: https://bit.ly/TBGProgramInfo.

Follow the link to learn more and apply today: https://app.participate.com/pages/techbridge-girls-information-and-applic...
11/29/2023

Follow the link to learn more and apply today: https://app.participate.com/pages/techbridge-girls-information-and-application-page

Techbridge Girls is recruiting out-of-school time (OST) educators to participate in STEM and equity training, curriculum, resources, and ongoing support. Services equip educators with gender- and culturally-responsive teaching tools and program materials to support youth persistence in STEM and expose girls to BIPOC peers and role models from STEM fields.

You can visit the Programming Information Session and Application to learn more about how to participate in this program. Resources include curriculum, materials kits, training, ongoing support, and access to mini-grant funding. All OST program partners who serve Black, Indigenous, and Latina girls and gender-expansive youth are encouraged to apply: https://app.participate.com/pages/techbridge-girls-information-and-application-page

This  , support TBG and join a growing community of STEM equity advocates. Support the fostering of brave and equitable ...
11/29/2023

This , support TBG and join a growing community of STEM equity advocates. Support the fostering of brave and equitable spaces where BIPOC girls* and gender-expansive youth can bring their full selves and feel like they belong.

Follow the link to learn more and make your gift today: https://www.techbridgegirls.org/donate/.

* Techbridge Girls (TBG) serves Black, Indigenous, and all girls of color, which includes cis girls, trans youth, gender non-conforming, and/or non-binary youth who experience(d) girlhood and economic insecurity as a part of their journey.

For BIPOC girls*, belonging in STEM spaces starts with the classroom, but as they continue along in their STEM journey, ...
11/28/2023

For BIPOC girls*, belonging in STEM spaces starts with the classroom, but as they continue along in their STEM journey, there must be a sense of belonging in the workplace waiting for them to persist. We work with organizations to help girls learn what belonging in can look like, as well as teach these same organizations how to ensure they have an equitable STEM workplace culture.

For TBG youth, a career in STEM means economic mobility and limitless possibilities. An inclusive and equitable environment in the workplace promotes a sense of belonging as girls persist and, in turn, thrive in a STEM career. Equity in STEM is a win-win proposition. STEM is good for girls, and girls are beyond good for STEM industries. Girls' unique brilliance brings diversity of thought and contributions with infinite potential to change our world for the better. Because, after all, tangible positive change requires all of us to contribute equally and collectively, working together for a brighter future.

Follow the link to support belonging in the STEM workplace today for : https://ow.ly/Xk8P50QbLJc.

* Techbridge Girls (TBG) serves Black, Indigenous, and all girls of color, which includes cis girls, trans youth, gender non-conforming, and/or non-binary youth who experience(d) girlhood and economic insecurity as a part of their journey.

  is an opportunity for supporters to give back and show appreciation for an important cause.At Techbridge Girls (TBG), ...
11/28/2023

is an opportunity for supporters to give back and show appreciation for an important cause.

At Techbridge Girls (TBG), a cause we are passionate about is ! For over 20 years, TBG has been training and equipping educators to achieve the bold goal of reaching 1 million BIPOC girls* and gender-expansive youth by 2030.

“I have been in the STEM Equity space for 20+ years and have never seen equity ingrained so boldly in the curriculum this way. I am excited to bring this to our program" - Educator, Houston, TX.

The TBG approach fosters a sense of in spaces, starting in the classroom. With our training and curricula, educators harness Out-of-School time environments to create brave, equitable spaces and learning environments where girls thrive! Our programs are culturally relevant and gender-responsive, hands-on, and award-winning STEM experiences where girls feel like they belong and feel empowered to bring their whole and authentic selves.

Follow the link to support belonging in the STEM classroom today: https://ow.ly/ljNT50QbLzO.

* Techbridge Girls (TBG) serves Black, Indigenous, and all girls of color, which includes cis girls, trans youth, gender non-conforming, and/or non-binary youth who experience(d) girlhood and economic insecurity as a part of their journey.

Join the Flight Crew!Applications for the 2024 Flight Crew are due December 1st.Meet the crew and apply today: https://w...
11/21/2023

Join the Flight Crew!
Applications for the 2024 Flight Crew are due December 1st.
Meet the crew and apply today: https://www.milliongirlsmoonshot.org/moonshot-flight-crew

The Flight Crew features remarkable youth from across the country. Motivated by their impactful STEM experiences beyond the classroom, these young leaders are currently working in their communities to break down stereotypes and spark their peers' curiosity in STEM.

This talented cadre of youth embodies the Moonshot mission, and they are committed to using afterschool and STEM learning to build a better future where young girls everywhere can envision a place for them in STEM. The Flight Crew will amplify youth voices in the national conversation around STEM equity as we work toward a future where every young girl can imagine themselves as a future engineer, builder or inventor.

Through the STEM Equity Learning Community, participants will: ⚙️Explore how to use asset-based frameworks and practices...
11/20/2023

Through the STEM Equity Learning Community, participants will:

⚙️Explore how to use asset-based frameworks and practices to combat inequities in OST STEM.

⚙️Experience culturally relevant and gender-responsive strategies that increase STEM belonging and persistence.

⚙️Deconstruct identity and bias, equipping participants to engage staff in the reflection and action required to facilitate equitable STEM programming.

⚙️Develop STEM equity action steps for their OST program.

⚙️Become part of a unique national community of OST leaders who are growing the number of equitable STEM learning spaces.

⚙️Receive $1000 stipend for their participation in the learning community, evaluation, and research.

Have we piqued your interest?

The deadline to apply is Jan 19, 2024.

Learn more at a virtual information session on Dec 6, 2023, at 10 a.m. PDT | 1 p.m. EST.

Follow the link to learn more, apply today, and register for the information session: https://app.participate.com/pages/techbridge-girls-stem-equity-learning-community-spring-2024.

* Techbridge Girls (TBG) serves Black, Indigenous, and all girls of color, which includes cis girls, trans youth, gender non-conforming, and/or non-binary youth who experience(d) girlhood and economic insecurity as a part of their journey.

Our curriculum and training help educators challenge gender, racial, and class bias in STEM fields and culture to help g...
11/15/2023

Our curriculum and training help educators challenge gender, racial, and class bias in STEM fields and culture to help girls* see their unique STEM lineage, community, interests, and path to success.

Research tells us that responsive learning environments can make all the difference in girls’ sustained interest in STEM. We also know that Out-of-School Time (OST) program managers, directors, and site directors play a critical role in the STEM trajectory for girls because they ensure their afterschool programs’ classrooms are equitable, gender and culturally responsive experiences. The STEM Equity Learning Community is designed to equip OST program managers, administrators, and site directors so that more equitable learning spaces are available for BIPOC girls and gender-expensive youth.

The deadline to apply is Jan 19, 2024.

Learn more at a virtual information session on Dec 6, 2023, at 10 a.m. PDT | 1 p.m. EST.

Follow the link to learn more, apply today, and register for the information session: https://ow.ly/Iebv50Q5bgH.

* Techbridge Girls (TBG) serves Black, Indigenous, and all girls of color, which includes cis girls, trans youth, gender non-conforming, and/or non-binary youth who experience(d) girlhood and economic insecurity as a part of their journey.

Each of our services equips educators with gender- and culturally-responsive teaching tools to engage families to suppor...
11/14/2023

Each of our services equips educators with gender- and culturally-responsive teaching tools to engage families to support youth persistence and connects girls* to BIPOC peers and role models from STEM fields to inspire and encourage.

Join us Nov 15 at 1 p.m. EST | 10 a.m. PDT! Follow the link to learn more and to register today: https://shorturl.at/cpt59.

* Techbridge Girls (TBG) serves Black, Indigenous, and all girls of color, which includes cis girls, trans youth, gender non-conforming, and/or non-binary youth who experience(d) girlhood and economic insecurity as a part of their journey.

By providing educators with our unique lens to STEM education, we can provide exponentially more girls* and gender-expan...
11/10/2023

By providing educators with our unique lens to STEM education, we can provide exponentially more girls* and gender-expansive youth from marginalized communities with award-winning STEM programming than we could through a direct service program model. Each of our services equips educators with gender- and culturally-responsive teaching tools to engage families to support youth persistence and connects girls to BIPOC peers and role models from STEM fields to inspire and encourage.

Join us Nov 15 at 1 p.m. EST | 10 a.m. PDT! Follow the link to learn more and to register today: https://shorturl.at/cpt59.

* Techbridge Girls (TBG) serves Black, Indigenous, and all girls of color, which includes cis girls, trans youth, gender non-conforming, and/or non-binary youth who experience(d) girlhood and economic insecurity as a part of their journey.

Thank you to our partner, Okta!Okta for Good’s $1.6 million philanthropic grant is part of the company’s growing portfol...
11/09/2023

Thank you to our partner, Okta!

Okta for Good’s $1.6 million philanthropic grant is part of the company’s growing portfolio of grantee partnerships with organizations focused on inclusive pathways into technology. The funds will be distributed to organizations including Ada Developer Academy, CodePath, ColorStack, Develop for Good, The Hidden Genius Project, NPower, Per Scholas, Techbridge Girls and Genesys Works, WiCys (Women in Cybersecurity), and Year Up.

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