Introduce a Girl to Engineering Workshop

$1,768
27%
Raised toward our $6,500 Goal
20 Donors
17
days left
Project ends on February 15, at 05:00 PM EST
Project Owners

Patricia

Stone

$100

4 hours ago

Michael

Rosson

Undisclosed Amount

22 hours ago

DAREEN

JOGAN

$200

1 day ago

Anonymous

$50

Jan 19, 2020

Pam

Lupo

$19.50

Jan 18, 2020

Anonymous

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Jan 17, 2020

Anonymous

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Jan 16, 2020

Anonymous

$500

Jan 16, 2020

Anonymous

$100

Jan 15, 2020

Kathy

Flores

$50

Jan 15, 2020

Kenneth & Jodi

Hazen

$50

Jan 14, 2020

Debi

Smith

$19.50

Jan 13, 2020

Anonymous

Undisclosed Amount

Jan 11, 2020

Anonymous

$10

Dec 31, 2019

Kayla

Taylor

Undisclosed Amount

Dec 28, 2019

Nathalie

Quintero

$100

Dec 28, 2019

Angelica

Garcia

$50

Dec 27, 2019

Matthew

Verleger

$100

Dec 27, 2019

Thomas

Darragh

$10

Dec 27, 2019

Billy

Nguyen

$50

Dec 27, 2019
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$10

Dreamer

As a young girl and aspiring engineer, it is important to foster these interests and have representation of women in STEM!

$19.50

Society of Women Engineers

This wonderful organization was created in 1950! Our mission? "Empower women to achieve full potential in careers as engineers and leaders, expand the image of the engineering and technology professions as a positive force in improving the quality of life, and demonstrate the value of diversity and inclusion."

$50

Edith Clarke

Edith Clarke was the first female electrical engineer and the first female electrical engineering professor at the University of Texas at Austin!

$100

Elizabeth Bragg

In any journey, there is always a first- Elizabeth Bragg was the first woman to receive a bachelor's degree in engineering! She graduated in 1876 from the University of California at Berkley.

$200

Sally Ride

“Young girls need to see role models in whatever careers they may choose, just so they can picture themselves doing those jobs someday. You can’t be what you can’t see.” -Sally Ride One of the great role models girls can look up to is Sally Ride, the first American woman to travel to space!

$500

Katherine Johnson

Katherine Johnson began working for NASA as a computer and was the first woman to be recognized as an author for a research report within NASA. She was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2015 at the age of 97. Her story is depicted in the movie "Hidden Figures"

$1,000

Marie Curie

One of the first pioneers for women in STEM, Marie Curie gave her life in the pursuit of knowledge. This drive and hunger for knowledge has made her to be one of the iconic women in STEM fields.