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The NGCP brings together organizations throughout the United States
that are committed to informing and encouraging girls to pursue careers in
science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).

Creating Lasting Impact 

Throughout the United States, many initiatives are underway to create gender equity in STEM. The National Girls Collaborative Project (NGCP) serves a unique role in that it facilitates collaboration with girl-serving programs and a wide variety of stakeholder groups, providing access to information and resources that enhance impact and effectiveness.

Give NowYou are critical in helping us reach more girls and creating lasting impact! With your support during this holiday season, we can advance the agenda in gender equity and continue to strengthen the  capacity of girl-serving STEM programs to serve more girls.  


Girls in STEM
Together, we are all champions
for girls in STEM.

Your financial contribution allows us to further our reach as it did this spring when our Montana Girls STEM Collaborative used NGCP mini-grant funds to enable girls to attend a Teen Climate & Environment Summit. This NGCP mini-grant was the catalyst for a retired rear admiral in the U.S. Navy to visit Montana and meet with girls to talk about the importance of climate change as it relates to National Security. The rear admiral's visit provided motivation for Montana State University to discuss the future of climate change research and education across the state. Read more about this mini-grant and its lasting impact on the NGCP blog. This is just one example of how the work of our local Collaboratives has a ripple effect. Your financial contributions will enable us to extend the NGCP reach even further.     -

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The National Girls Collaborative Project™ is partially funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation, GSE/EXT: National Girls Collaborative Project: Building the Capacity of STEM Practitioners to Develop a Diverse Workforce, Grant No. HRD-1103073.
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