Women + Technology: Virtual Bot-a-Thon Challenge

STEM for Her is proud to sponsor GDIT’s annual Women + Tech event.  You’ll learn about Robotics Process Automation...

AWS DeepRacer

New program Announced: Become an AWS Deepracer: an AI-driven virtual car race with prizes for top three racers! Click...

STEM for Her 2021 Scholarships

STEM for Her invites you to apply for the 2021 SFH Scholarship Program. Applications are open through June 30,...

STEM for Her Kicks Off 2021 with New Additions to Leadership

Our top priority in 2021 is to encourage more girls and young women to pursue careers in STEM. Read how our recent additions of incredibly successful women will help us progress our mission. http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/stem-for-her-kicks-off-2021-with-new-additions-to-leadership-301227430.html?tc=eml_cleartime .

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2020 Drive Like a Girl Press Release

STEM for Her and Audi of America Conclude the Fourth-annual ‘Drive Like A Girl’ Program FALLS CHURCH, Va., Jan. 26, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — STEM for Her and Audi of America complete the fourth-annual ‘Drive Like a Girl’ program. This annual contest joins teams of Washington D.C. metro area high school girls with Audi of America mentors to propose STEM-based innovations to address

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Encyclopedia Womannica

STEM for Her is excited to announce that our episode of Encyclopedia Womannica is now live on all podcast streaming platforms! You can listen here on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/steminists-flossie-wong-staal/id1464524725?i=1000500460101

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STEM for Her Announces Scholarship Winners 2020

FALLS CHURCH, Va., Oct. 13, 2020 — STEM for Her is excited to announce the winners of the inaugural STEM for Her Scholarship Program and to award scholarships of $5,000 each to two amazing young women who demonstrated both a passion for STEM and articulated their future goals. STEM for Her is focused on championing

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Announcing STEM for Her Virtual Programs!

As part of our ongoing mission to support women and girls in their pursuit of careers in STEM, we are delighted to announce the inaugural series of the STEM for Her Virtual Programs. Staying home to stay safe does not mean limiting learning and growing. In fact, it is the ever-expanding universe of STEM that

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