Tell A Girl We Need Her In S.T.E.M. Careers.

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What is Tell-A-Girl?

“Tell A Girl…” is an awareness campaign encouraging young women ages 8 to 18 years old to focus on STEM-related careers, especially in aerospace. The “Tell A Girl…” campaign invites you to encourage girls through words of wisdom to consider STEM-related fields.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, women make up 48% of the working population, but only 26% are STEM workers compared to 74% of men. The aerospace industry reports a stagnate 24% of women. By attracting and retaining more women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), the workforce will maximize innovation, creativity, and competitiveness (American Association of University Women).

Why Tell-A-Girl?

"The need for More Women in Technology Fields is beyond a gender equity issue. instead, it is about building a strong and COMPETITIVE global economy fueled with diverse ideas capable of solving complex problems." Robin McDougal, Founder & CEO The Pearl Project Institute for Innovation

Robin McDougal

Robin McDougal, CEO The Pearl Project Institute for Innovation in STEM Literacy


Diana Alsindy, Jet propulsion Development Virgin Orbit

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Session: Entrepreneurs Garage

Through a blend of critical thinking, collaborative planning, and creative problem solving, campers will practice thinking like an entrepreneur by assuming the roles of product developers, marketing specialists, and business analysts to solve authentic industry problems. Campers will learn how satellites are at the heart of the next generation of communication between people and their machines known as the internet of things.

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Session: Embrace STEM

Summer is a great time to daydream about all the possible contraptions you can make. Whether you design fun gadgets for your friends, or you simply like to spend an afternoon building the next BIG idea. This thematic unit guides students as they explore the role of the 3-dimensional prototype, Art in design, and the engineering cycle embedded in all problem-solving. Join us as we think like engineers and act like artists to design and test flying machines, Rube Goldberg contraptions, design futuristic lunch boxes, and build amazing structures.

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