Partners

The National Girls Collaboration Project values collaboration and with the support of our partners we are able to grow and sustain our network. Partners align with our vision of bringing together organizations that are committed to encouraging girls to pursue careers in STEM and may provide time, expertise, in-kind, and financial support as a way to support our goals of building the capacity of programs that serve girls in STEM. For partnership inquiries please complete this form: http://www.ngcproject.org/partnerships.

The purpose of AccessSTEM is to increase the participation of people with disabilities in STEM careers. Outreach and dissemination efforts extend nationwide. 

AccessSTEM builds on established collaborations and brings together practices that have proven successful individually, to create a unique, comprehensive set of interventions. Objectives and examples of interventions

The Aerospace Industries Association (AIA), founded in 1919 only a few years after the birth of flight, is the premier trade association representing major aerospace and defense manufacturers and suppliers in the United States. The association concentrates on issues covering civil and commercial space, civil aviation, defense and security and international.

The Afterschool Alliance is a nonprofit public awareness and advocacy organization working to ensure that all children and youth have access to quality afterschool programs. The nation's leading voice for afterschool, the Afterschool Alliance is the only organization dedicated to raising awareness of the importance of afterschool programs and advocating for more afterschool investments. The Afterschool Alliance works with the Administration, the U.S. Congress, governors, mayors and advocates across the country.

 

The American School Counselor Association (ASCA) supports school counselors' efforts to help students focus on academic, career and social/emotional development so they achieve success in school and are prepared to lead fulfilling lives as responsible members of society.

ASCA provides professional development, publications and other resources, research and advocacy to professional school counselors around the globe.

Avanade Inc. was founded in 2000 as a joint venture between Accenture and Microsoft to serve an untapped market for Microsoft-focused consulting services. The company provides IT services focused on the Microsoft platform for mid-sized to large enterprise organizations. Their vision is to be recognized as a global services innovator, helping customers realize the best results from the Microsoft platform.

The California Academy of Sciences partners with local and national afterschool networks to engage youth in fun STEM learning experiences. Through games, projects, and hands-on activities, youth in Science Action Club (SAC) investigate nature, document their discoveries, connect with scientists, and design strategies to protect our planet. Afterschool staff receive in-depth training on SAC kits, activity guidebooks, and best practices for teaching STEM in the informal learning environment.

The Connectory, an expansion of the NGCP Program Directory, is a free online collaboration tool for STEM program providers to find partners based on interests as well as a platform to showcase STEM opportunities to families.

EDC is a global nonprofit organization that designs, delivers and evaluates innovative programs to address some of the world's most urgent challenges in education, health, and economic opportunity. Working with public-sector and private partners, they harness the power of people and systems to improve education, health promotion and care, workforce preparation, communications technologies, and civic engagement.

Educational Research Center of America (ERCA) is a not-for-profit research organization committed to helping high school students and their families consider all of their future options, including community colleges, four-year institutions, vocational opportunities, and career choices. We connect parents, educators, and students with institutions of higher learning and other organizations, to provide guidance about what comes next after high school.

Girls Who Code is a national nonprofit working to close the gender gap in the technology sector. Its programs work to educate, inspire, and equip high school girls with the skills and resources to pursue opportunities in computing fields.

Google is committed to developing programs, resources, tools and community partnerships which make computer science engaging and accessible for all students.

The L’Oréal Foundation embodies the willingness of the group always to commit itself to social causes, based on two fields of expertise: science and beauty. The Foundation is committed to generous beauty for the benefit of the most vulnerable and tries to make science more accessible.