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Young girls in Minna, Nigeria have limited access to STEM materials. STEM materials for kids such as legos, keva planks, k'nexs, and snap circuit discovery kits promote creativity and inspire children to think about innovations that can help change the world. Time Out 4Africa plans to adopt a primary school in Minna, Nigeria. This project will help provide the school girls with STEM materials that will promote innovation and creativity.
To be competitive in the global marketplace, the U.S. will need 1 million more STEM professionals than it's on track to produce. Reports show that STEM occupations are growing at double the rate of other professions, and Girl Scouts is committed to filling the STEM workforce pipeline. A Girl Scout Research Institute study found that 74% of girls say they're interested in STEM, but only 13% of interested girls say a STEM career is their first choice. Help us build the STEM pipeline by donating!
Washington STEM is a statewide nonprofit advancing science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education. Our goal is to reimagine and revitalize STEM education through investments supported by technical assistance and evaluation, in order to spread STEM innovations. We will be successful when all students in Washington are STEM literate, prepared for and successful in post-secondary pathways, and can obtain wage-earning jobs.