There’s a strong, smart and frank girl inside every young woman—and Girl With Answers: Your Tech Resource time to give her a voice in our society. To do so, schools can explore the many free and funded resources for girls interested in STEM and technology.
What is the Girls Who Code at home program?
Whether you want to learn coding or design, these sites will connect you with the right communities and experts to guide your journey. Elpha is a social and professional network that lets you tap into different tech communities to find support, ask questions and read about what women are doing throughout the world of engineering, venture capital and startups. Ladies Get Paid provides women in tech with the tools, resources and community to negotiate their pay. The site hosts discussions, education programs and town halls across the globe.
Girls in Tech encourages female and non-binary students to explore careers in STEM subjects by holding panel events, hackathons, exhibitions, and mentoring schemes. They also have a blog that covers everyday tips for the workplace, and women-centric career development skills. Stemettes, founded by Anne-Marie Imafidon, supports girls with STEM interests by arranging panels and workshops.
Girls in AI has members spanning 140 countries and aims to bring gender diversity into the field of artificial intelligence by research, blogging, and putting on networking events. Modern Figures is a conversational podcast that elevates black female scholars’ voices in computing by covering topics like augmented and virtual reality, cryptography, cyber security, intersectionality, and computing and social justice.