VIRTUAL Fall Science Clubs: Applications Open!

Travel around the world (virtually) this fall with Science Club for Girls as we tackle all kinds of engineering challenges in our Virtual Science Clubs, for girls in grades K-8 and Junior Mentors in grades 8-12. Programs will take place over ZOOM once a week, over an 8-week semester, starting in early October. The program is FREE, activities are hands-on, and all materials are provided. Learn more and apply today! 
Interested in volunteering as an adult STEM mentor to teach participants in the virtual clubs? Apply today to be an SCFG mentor! Mentors commit to volunteering 2 hours per week for the 8-week semester.
Are you in high school and passionate about science, technology, engineering, and mathematics? Apply to be a Junior Mentor! In this leadership program, 8 - 12th grade girls co-teach the virtual clubs alongside adult mentors.
Join Science Club for Girls
for our VIRTUAL Catalyst Awards on October 1!

Celebrate 25 years of empowering girls and women in STEM on October 1 at our first-ever VIRTUAL event! See our in-person and virtual clubs in action, hear from club participants and mentors, and be inspired by this vibrant community of women and girls, who are paving the way for a more diverse, inclusive world of STEM. We can't wait to 'see' you there!

5:45 P.M. Pre-show | 6:00 P.M. Virtual Event begins
Event Registration is free; we appreciate your donation!*

*Previous ticket holders for the in-person event will be pre-registered for the virtual event and entered into a special giveaway. Please stay tuned!
Three, Two, One...Liftoff!

Check out part 2 and 3 of our video series on our VIRTUAL Summer Rocketry Program, including an inspiring career panel and the in-person rocket launches!

Career Panel: Launch Day:
We were so impressed with each of our panelists and participants—their curiosity, courage, and creativity. Joining them on launch day was an absolute BLAST and the highlight of our summer!

Thank you again to Nuance Communications and Cambridge STEAM Initiative for funding this program, to Women's Foundation of Boston for their support, and to Aurora Flight Sciences volunteers for helping participants on launch day.

Rocket Camp was a STELLAR success—we can't wait to offer this opportunity to even more girls next summer!
Thank you, summer interns & volunteers!

We are incredibly grateful for the contributions of our amazing summer interns and volunteers! We will miss each of you and hope you'll continue to stay connected. As our Catalyst Awardee Kaelyn Brown says, “You’re never really done with Science Club.” Thank you for your support and for being such a special part of the SCFG community!

Special thank you to: Olivia Seidel, Julia Burnett, Isabelle Caban, Nicole Rosenfeld, Heather Kirtley, Tahoura Sajida Samad, Sonali Fiorillo, and Julie Baik. SCFG is able to serve even more girls because of you!

Click here to read about our volunteers and their contributions this summer!

To learn more about volunteer opportunities with Science Club for Girls—as an individual or a group—visit the Volunteer page on our website.
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About Science Club for Girls
SCFG fosters excitement, confidence and literacy in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics for girls from underrepresented communities by providing free, experiential programs. With women making up less than 24 percent of the STEM workforce—and Black and Hispanic women at less than four percent—SCFG addresses a critical need, offering a continuum of engaging activities in STEM for K-8 girls, leadership experiences for high school girls, and adult mentoring by committed women in STEM.

You make this work possible!