Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!

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Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Give girls a greenlight in STEM around the world!
Girls from Lonavala show off their bee bombs!
Girls from Lonavala show off their bee bombs!

How do you want to be remembered? What will your legacy be?

When our team thinks of leaving our mark on the world, we envision actively creating moments of inspiration, opportunity, and connection that can change lives. Over these past few months at greenlight for girls, we have been reminded to celebrate the achievements of incredible women in science and innovation – and their legacy that continues to whisper encouragingly for each one of us to ask why and why not?! We celebrated the achievements of the extraordinary Dr. Barbara H. Wells who helped improve the health and livelihood of millions of people around the world by dedicating herself to agriculture and forestry research. She innovated the food industry and made a positive impact for people and the planet by helping to improve nutrition security, sustainability, resilience, and crop variety. Wow! We were thrilled to be a recipient of a GlobalGiving fundraiser in honour of her memory and we look to her life and work as inspiration in all that we do.

We also celebrated Dr. Katalin Karikó, a Hungarian-American biochemist and professor, for her pioneering research in mRNA technology which was recently recognized as the winner of the 2022 Science for the Future Solvay Prize. How incredible that her technology is leading the future of medicine and vaccine research – what a true champion of reinventing progress! Our Founder, Melissa Rancourt, had the honour of attending the award ceremony with our partner, Solvay, this past March. Melissa also had the pleasure of joining The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) E-Fest as a keynote speaker on how engineering opens doors to hundreds of listeners.

And speaking of opening doors, our inspiration has taken us from India to Luxembourg to Belgium as we held events that benefited over 950 young innovators these past few months. We started March by hosting 10 science workshops at the British International School where our team shared the fun in DNA extraction, lava lamps, chromatography, paper circuits, and seed bomb making. With over 200 students who could draw cheek cell diagrams better than we could, we were so impressed!

Our broadcast on Invest in partnership with Vodafone and HSBC on April 4th engaged 224 students as we challenged them to see how they will create exponential growth for themselves. We loved hearing from Jennifer, Head of Cloud Portfolio at Vodafone Business, Michele, a multilingual science communicator with a background in biomedical research, and Lucy, with over 20 years’ experience in biotechnology and finance, especially their great advice to the next generation. Science is part of everything and every career so we loved that Michele mentioned: “As a scientist, you work with a piece of the puzzle that fits into many other pieces to give you a big picture.” The broadcast wouldn’t be complete without a… giant fiery carbon snake? It’s true! Our team shared a carbon expansion experiment which creates giant carbon snakes which you can see in full here.

Connection means more than just a relationship or an association, it can also be a link, idea, perspective, or mindset that can be cultivated and changed. In our broadcast on Connect with AIG on April 6 we were excited to bring forward this idea to 254 students virtually. With Justine and Patricia from AIG, Nishat from Rise Research Institutes of Sweden AB, Valarmathy from Ashland Inc., and Eva from COP26 - UN Climate Change Conference, we had a diversity of speakers who creatively approached our theme. We talked about not being afraid to try new things, meet new people, or say yes – and emphasized that each new experience will help deepen your connection to yourself and others and pave the way for great things to come. To inspire the students, the g4g team had fun engineering a BIG light chain experiment (even in the dark) – for the full video, check it out here.

On April 27th, we were delighted to host a brand-new in-person event called ‘Meet The Scientist’ in partnership with Covestro in India. This event gave more time for girls to connect and learn from the scientists themselves about their real-life innovations and STEM adventures. With show and tell objects, girls met our panel of scientists to see how and what they are innovating in sustainability and circularity. What an amazing day! With 180 students aged 13-14 years from Auxilium Convent High School in Lonavala, India, we had paper planes that soared high with sustainability pledges linked to the SDGs, hand-made bee bombs for their school, and so much more. A big thank you to our own project manager, Allan, and the Covestro team for such an incredible and lasting experience. 

And from India to Brussels! On April 30th, we teamed up with Université libre de Bruxelles and CALIPER to help inspire 90 girls 12-15 to see their future possibilities differently at our g4g Day ULB. We had 15 incredible workshops from 80+ volunteer role models where girls learned skills such as working with light with ULB Astrophysics, making their own perfume with P&G, using electrolysis with Vivaqua, 2D/3D printing with FabLab ULB, human DNA extraction and coding with g4g, measuring the size of the earth with ULB Physique, VR and arduino hologram coding with Elia, discovering chromatography, pH, and density with Baxter, chatting about professions in STEM with BeWise, fruit batteries with Engie, and so much more. We were thrilled to welcome Nathalie Stephenne as our keynote speaker, a geographer and expert in the geomatic. We loved the messages from the girls after the event saying: “Girls are just as strong as boys,” “With science, we can do anything,” and “Lemons… I had no idea they could make electricity!!” We agree, it’s quite empowering to realise that you can transform something so ordinary like lemons into something as powerful as electricity.

Dreams continue to change, evolve, and hopefully flourish – and the legacy of how you make a difference for the next generation lives on in every step we all take. We thank you, our wonderful donors, for your continued support and generosity that helps us make this difference at every event and with every girl that sees herself differently in science. As always, stay tuned for our upcoming events – a broadcast on Transformation with 100+ students in Luxembourg and Kenya with Vodafone, a virtual Global Hackathon with Solvay, and so much more.

Thank you!

All the best,

g4g team

Chemistry fun at g4g Day ULB
Chemistry fun at g4g Day ULB
Asking questions at Meet the Scientist in India
Asking questions at Meet the Scientist in India
Little explorers testing out non-newtonian fluid
Little explorers testing out non-newtonian fluid
Straw science tricks during our Invest broadcast
Straw science tricks during our Invest broadcast
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Inspired by g4g, student continues a school garden
Inspired by g4g, student continues a school garden

Trois, deux, unité… décollage!

This past December, the launch of NASA's James Webb Space Telescope rocketed the world into a new chapter of space discovery. What an incredible moment to experience. We love that sense of potential that blasting off into the unknown brings – and of course, we believe that new science learning like this is at the heart of why we do what we do. In the same way that the telescope will create new possibilities for astronomical learning, we look forward to igniting inspiration in STEM for the next generation in new, innovative ways as well. And our team hopes to take STEM learning to the next level – a new solar system even – to remind girls especially that there is a future of possibilities in any career they imagine through pursuing STEM.

We are proud to have celebrated our own launches these past months – though with significantly less fire and our team traveling slightly less than 22,000 miles per hour!

Looking back, it was certainly “A Year of 2021 possibilities” – which is what we wrote on our office blackboard way back on the first days of January. We surpassed the 2021 possibilities – and reached more than 2,700 young STEM adventurers with more than 20 events involving incredible team members and mentors with our partner companies: AIG, Covestro, US Embassy Brussels, CDK Global, Solvay, Vodafone, European Parliament, and so, so many more. These projects have included career hackathons, broadcasts, in-person teaching at schools, a 6-month Passport to STEM Program, grant writing, and more. This means that since our inception in 2010, we have reached 51,475 people and 8,493 volunteers at 398 events in 101 cities across 34 countries on 6 continents. WOW! We are so appreciative of all of our partners and our donors like YOU, whose generosity enables our work and impact to continue.

And we are especially proud of our g4g team who among all of this also launched a creative new world for us to play, the g4g Lab and the first learning module inside it, the Covestro Circular World. It started with an idea from our Founder, Melissa Rancourt – how could school and learning be different? – that grew into a place where any STEM explorer can come to learn, have fun and make friends. The design of the Covestro Circular World in particular enables teachers, parents and the adventurers themselves to conduct the experiments in their homes, schools and communities, bringing back the results and their insights into the virtual lab. So far, we have close to 150 people inside our lab including 5+ schools – and that number grows and grows each day.

And now – to look forward to more than 2022 possibilities ahead of us. Because, there is more. There is always more.

We will start the year by blasting off to our g4g Day ULB at the end of January where we will invite 150 girls to join a day of STEM learning with Université Libre de Bruxelles in Brussels, Belgium. From there, we will travel to Canberra, Australia where we are hosting our g4g Day Canberra with Girl Guides Australia where 50 girls will take part in workshops on DNA extraction, fingerprinting, calculating the speed of light with chocolate, and building marble-powered computers.

In partnership with the Avantor Foundation, we plan to launch four g4g STEM Exploratoriums around the theme of Designing the Lab of the Future in Belgium, France, Germany, and Czech Republic in 2022. Our projects will engage up to 400 girls aged 16-18 from underserved schools in a collaborative challenge to inspire them in STEM. We will design hybrid events of virtual and in-person STEM learning with hands-on activities taught by role models in a hackathon-inspired environment.

We also will look forward to more broadcasts with our partners such as AIG, Vodafone, and more. If you haven’t already caught a beautiful recap of our latest broadcast with Vodafone in Luxembourg on the theme of Independence, check it out here. In science, independent variables are ones that stand alone and aren’t changed by the other. We love thinking about how that relates to people and growth – when you are independent, especially financially independent, you are able to shape your career and life as you want, without reliance on external people or factors. We were thrilled to have welcomed Nadya, Chief Operations Officer of Ventures and Partnerships at Vodacom Group, Alexandra, Chief Operating Officer of HSBC, and Anna, Founder & CEO of SCROBLE.

Stay tuned for our upcoming work with Solvay as we work to bring their Future Innovator’s Library to a new level through module learning in our g4g Lab, host an event on a sustainable STEM design challenge, and continue supporting young women as they pursue their education in India through our g4g Global Scholarship Programme.

We believe in a future where breakthrough science discoveries inspire communities to come together and dream new dreams, bigger and brighter than ever before. Thank you again for all your support as we continue our mission in inspiring girls to believe in their bigger and brighter futures too.

So, what will all the 2022 possibilities bring? We can’t wait to see and share with you!

Have a happy and healthy start to the new year,

All the best from your g4g team

A glimpse into Covestro Circular World learning
A glimpse into Covestro Circular World learning
Last wave on our broadcast with Vodafone and HSBC!
Last wave on our broadcast with Vodafone and HSBC!
A snippet from our Independence experiment video
A snippet from our Independence experiment video
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200+ smiling faces during our broadcast in India!
200+ smiling faces during our broadcast in India!

Tell us, what’s your word?

Every year we set an intention as a team. And when September hits, we always feel energized with the back-to-school spirit in the air, and the sense of revival keeping us on our toes. For our team at greenlight for girls, our word has been REFRESH and we are intent on flipping our ideas on their heads to see what new and exploratory STEM discovery we can offer to make a difference in the lives of the girls we reach. And we have been quite literally flipping things on their heads... just look at our experiment with Tensegrity structures where we use independent pieces to create a strong structure able to (seemingly) defy gravity!

And when we have our feet firmly on the ground these past few months, we’ve had the pleasure of hosting many different events across the world reaching even more girls in STEM. Over the summer, NOURISH was one such descriptive word that took us all the way to Canberra, Australia where we had a broadcast episode with student researcher, Arabella, recent graduate, Alexandra, and Cyber Ready Officer and science communicator, Thanuri. It was incredible to have 50 girls live with us in celebration of National Science Week like 12-year-old Phoebe, who was particularly inspired by food nutrition. She loved asking the speakers questions like: what do you want to learn and do next? And if you could do anything else in the world, what would it be?

Another key word this summer was IMPACT and it took us all around the United States! Throughout June, July, and August, we worked with CDK Global for the second year in a row where we launched an internship program, this time for nearly 140 interns across the country. Their challenge this year was to become educators, innovators, or mentors to share their expertise with the next generation to inspire them in the STEM that CDK Global uses every day. Their ideas and solutions were incredible! Some of them explored the science of procrastination and how project management tools like Jira can help while others looks at linked lists and coding practices. One of our favourites was how one group related software management and cooperation with homemade rubber band cars!

Our word was GROWTH in the UK, as we welcomed Svaha CEO, Jaya, Senior Lecturer, Annabel, AIG Risk Manager, Rachel, and AIG engineering professional, Valerie, as speakers on our broadcast over the summer. We loved how Valerie explained that her passion for working in insurance enabled her to work on varied subjects, like climate change, risk, oil and more! Or when Jaya explained how, when facing gender stereotype in the apparel industry, she decided to set-up her own company. Or when Annabel explained how she caught the A.I. bug because she wanted to show her daughter that there is no age to change career paths. Or when Rachel shared her words about not being deterred by challenges and issues, and encouraged us to go out of our comfort zone! We were thrilled to have such open and exciting conversation and to have inspired over 260 views of our broadcast after it aired.

Then, of course, POSSIBILITIES was our word in India, when we heard from Covestro’s Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) Sucheta, Oral Medicine and Maxillofacial Radiology doctor, Sunali, and STEM educator, Veena, on our broadcast episode. This was a special episode where we worked with schools in India to stream our broadcast live during their class time. Over 200 curious girls joined us live which was incredible to see! They had fun asking questions, playing with the annotation feature, and reminding everyone of the importance of encouraging girls in STEM.

We also had the chance to take part in a few in-person events that could only be described as FUN! We went to one of the local schools in Belgium to bring chemistry alive by making bath-bombs and polymer worms, as well as other experiments on physics and chromatography with over 120 young girls and boys. Then, we jumped over to an American Football game where we got to share the fun in STEM with girls and boys at a g4g stand.

And what else? Well, looking ahead, we feel JUBILANT to extend our g4g Scholarship programme even more. In rural Rajasthan, we have opened a new computer centre with the aim to help girls use computers and the power of the internet to enhance their learning and have access to online resources. We hope these initiatives will contribute towards their growth to be change agents and role models to others. We are also getting ready to launch secret worlds as part of our g4g Lab with our partners… curious? Well, stay tuned to see what all the fuss is about!

It is with great pride that we continue the work we do thanks to your generous support. As you know, many of the girls that participate in our programs come from economically disadvantaged and challenging backgrounds with dreams to study and go further. With our impact on the community, we hope to inspire those girls to dream even bigger and feel that they can do absolutely anything.

We thank you for your support, and look forward to sharing more with you soon!

All the best,

g4g team

Playing with Tensegrity structures in our Atelier!
Playing with Tensegrity structures in our Atelier!
Getting fired up with Australian scientists!
Getting fired up with Australian scientists!
Having fun in STEM with 120 kids in Belgium
Having fun in STEM with 120 kids in Belgium
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A space expert shares her adventure in Antarctica
A space expert shares her adventure in Antarctica

Shhhh… don’t tell anyone but our sustainable innovators are cooking up some incredible inventions of the future near you!! If you glance over at one of our schools from the United States, you may see a prototype being built of an “Automatic Service Teacher” robot invention that helps humans on the autism spectrum. This robot has the potential to alert teachers when a student is feeling anxious or help to make the student feel safer. If you look closer, you may see that it could use various tools like heart monitors/glasses, sensory environment applications, and... it even runs on solar power. But wait! If you jump over to Belgium, you may see a school who is combining waste recycling with equality and human rights. If you peek through the window, you could see that they are designing an entire ecosystem within their classroom with a QR code parcours to help motivate users to be more sustainable and more inclusive. These are some of the thoughtful ways girls aged 11-15 are making their classroom a sustainable place of the future within our Passport to STEM Programme in partnership with the US Embassy in Belgium. Over these past few months, we’ve been thrilled to guide 100 girls from 12 schools across Belgium and the United States through the design process so they can realise their invention. They have had a chance to virtually meet with mentors from diverse backgrounds to get feedback and next month, a few of the schools will be recognized as leaders in STEM, sustainability, and inclusion! We can't help but mention one of our favourite feedbacks from the girls: "I am loving this program and have so much fun imagining and creating new inventions and forms to help people all around the world. I am so grateful to be involved in the program and think it's awesome." Yeah!

What else have we been up to these past few months?

Look into our atelier office and, in true g4g style, you would polymer worms being created, crystals being formed, and solar cars whizzing by. Our team has been rocketing into space, diving deep into the ocean, racing around tracks, and finding out how to make everyday life more of an adventure! We launched a broadcast episode on just this theme – Adventure – with our partner AIG as we heard from beSPACE personality, Sarah; McLaren engineer, Sian; financial adviser, Holly; coastal ecosystem scientist, Claudia; and STEM adventurer, Julie. We love the advice that was passed on from Sian especially: “I fully believe that just because you make a choice and go in one direction, it doesn’t mean you can’t go back another direction and choose another door later on. STEM is incredibly diverse: I went from medical to race cars!” With over 400 views of our broadcast – and an adventurous experiment with crystals that shined and polymer worms that were indeed slimy – we believe that this message was well received!

And from adventure, we grew into our next broadcast theme, Renewal, which specifically benefited over 100 girls in Ireland and around the world thanks to our wonderful partners Riot Games and GlobalGiving. During this episode, speakers shared what it meant to renew their own personal and professional purpose, described how science is constantly renewing itself with innovation in research, and discussed how renewable energy can make the future a brighter place. We loved the diversity our speakers brought to the table including Fiona, who spent 20 years in the field of science research and earned her PhD in molecular genetics from Trinity College Dublin; Catriona, a young role model who changed from chemistry to political science and is currently in her last year at Trinity College Dublin; and Mary, an Ireland-based technology entrepreneur and serial angel investor who is one of Said Business School's (University of Oxford) Entrepreneurship Experts. We also showcased a hands-on experiment which featured the building of a solar-powered car and a solar-powered light. Oh la lumière!

We have also been busy behind-the-scenes working to bring our g4g Lab to life, a community platform of unique experiential learning that provides even more girls around the world with g4g activities, g4g fun, and g4g inspiration. We want the communities we serve to be able to actively experience STEM outside of the classroom, have fun thinking about STEM in new ways, and get a chance to meet STEM professionals as often as they want. Although we will be focused on module learning these next months ahead, we are also excited to be working again with CDK, a technology company, to welcome a cohort of 140 CDK interns as part of our STEM Challenge Internship programme. Don't forget to be on the lookout for broadcast episodes with Covestro role models and global hackathons with Solvay! There even may be a chance to gather together in a new way soon… but shhhh, don’t tell anyone just yet!

To all of our donors, we are deeply appreciative of your support and generosity which keeps our programming for women and girls flourishing. We hope that you see the deep impact that you have had – over 2,300 people have engaged with our broadcasts since we have started… what a result! The content and engagement with STEM role models that we are able to share are the inspiration for the next generation, and it is your belief in our mission that fuels our creativity and innovation for all that we do. We thank you and can’t wait to share more with you soon!

Wishing you STEM invention and innovation ahead,

g4g team

Formula E engineer, Sian, shares her story!
Formula E engineer, Sian, shares her story!
A peek into the design behind a robot prototype!
A peek into the design behind a robot prototype!
Renewing your purpose in STEM with Fiona's advice
Renewing your purpose in STEM with Fiona's advice
Learning about ecosystem scientists with Claudia
Learning about ecosystem scientists with Claudia
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Building our own solar car experiment!
Building our own solar car experiment!

After a special broadcast where some of our g4g Ambassadors from around the world met with the CEO of Solvay, Dr. Ilham Kadri, she shared how moving the experience was for her: "Thank you so much for the wonderful exchange! Loved the conversation with the girls, listening to their stories of passion and dedication in STEM. My advice? Dream big, look for your sponsor and never give up!" And we couldn’t agree more! We love that inspiration is infectious. It reminds girls and adults alike to be imaginative, take on challenges with resilience, and to not be afraid to play LOUDLY and often.

As we enter into a brand new year, we can't help but reflect on all the inspiring and new ways we innovated in the last 12 months. And what a year we had! We hosted our first events online, gathering attendees and role model speakers from across the globe, and we launched some incredible educational STEM kits. We introduced virtual STEM challenges, led a virtual career hackathon, and recorded nine experiment videos. We are even getting started on our first virtual and cross-continental after-school program. We couldn't have done so without all our wonderful donors whose generosity continues to fuel us. 

We were especially thrilled to have been chosen as one of GlobalGiving's Projects of the Month in November, giving us a chance to encourage even more support from the community! We are so proud to have had 20+ events with over 5,000 participants and 4,500 volunteers engaged around the world... and this is all during a crazy pandemic year.

With that in mind, we invite you to take a peek at some of our favourite moments:

  • Working with the US Embassy in Belgium to host the first-of-its-kind cross-cultural and virtual programme: The g4g Great Passport to STEM Challenge! 100 girls across Belgium and the US will be kicking off our program in February!
  • Engaging more than 2,000 Solvay Employees in 10 languages to help them create educational STEM learning resource for kids around the world during their Citizen Day initiative. Check out the amazing results in the Future Innovator's Library. 
     
  • Partnering with CDK Global to host a 7-week g4g STEM Challenge Program this past summer for 65 interns at their company. The challenge? Bringing the STEM expertise of CDK to life for kids around the world!  
     
  • Bringing career skills to life in our first AIG and g4g Career Hackathon for students across the UK to see how STEM links to risk, budgeting, work culture, diversity, communication, and more! With AIG alone, we’ve had the great chance to bring forward more than 50 professional role models in their company to inspire girls in these months.  
     
  • Developing our first STEM kit in partnership with CDK Global and Project Helping which demonstrated solar power charging. Over 2,500 boxes were sent to adults and over 2,500 girls and boys received them! Check out all the details in our press release!
     
  • Creating and producing episodes of our g4g broadcast series: Science, you had me at hello.® Ingenuity, innovation, creativity, resilience, exploration, dynamic, agility, purpose, inclusion, and more! All of the learnings from these episodes are available to YOU, and don’t forget to look here.

And with all that, it’s time to look ahead! We have innovation kits to prepare, more career hackathons to plan, and are gearing up to launch our first broadcast entirely in Spanish in partnership with the European Parliament on the theme of Future next week. Stay tuned for all the events and activities coming soon!

As always, thank you for helping us share our mission and supporting us especially through this incredibly transformative time. From all of us g4g, we wish you a safe, happy, and healthy new year!

Our g4g Ambassadors meet with Solvay virtually
Our g4g Ambassadors meet with Solvay virtually
Our broadcast talks all things inclusion!
Our broadcast talks all things inclusion!
Highlighting STEM role models in the community
Highlighting STEM role models in the community
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