Yasmin Charles gets up early and takes two trains and a bus to get to Science Club for Girl’s Zebrafish lab. Marianne McNeil is also in the Zebrafish Program, which she learned about from her hairdresser’s daughter. She says “I never knew that there were science clubs. Or that I would be called a geek for wanting to be in one.” And:
“I love it.”
Tatevick De La Rosa is on the Science Club for Girls’ Rocket Team.
“Now I want to be an aerospace engineer, and before I didn’t know what I wanted to be,“ says Tatevick.
Through the Science Club for Girls, young girls change their perceptions of who they are and what they can be. Watch it here:
SheGives is excited to see the Science Club for Girls’ test rocket launch in March.
SheGives is serious about supporting STEM skills. In addition to Science Club for Girls, we also have the Boston Museum of Science’s Engineering Adventures program on our slate, which is part of its Engineering is Elementary initiative. Engineering Adventures puts engineering curriculum in the hands of afterschool programs for kids around the globe.
SheGives connects committed, inquisitive, engaged funders with a slate of diligenced nonprofits in the Greater Boston area. We provide members with relevant data about the nonprofits in our portfolio and an opportunity to meet directly with our nonprofits’ Executive Directors and senior staff in small settings that promote in-depth q&a’s and, ultimately, informed giving. Giving is personally driven, but because we give side-by-side our collective impact is greater.