Making a difference for girls in STEM
Closing the gap requires tapping into girls’ creativity, providing encouragement, and connecting STEM subjects to real-world examples.
Girls and young woman need to be exposed to role models and activities that emphasize the creative aspects of STEM and computer science.Get STEM curriculum and apps
When girls learn about real-world STEM jobs, their perception of the creativity and positive impact of STEM can more than double.Explore STEM careers
Girls need exposure to STEM outside of the classroom—clubs and activities—as well as support from parents and teachers, to spark their interest and increase engagement.Find a club
Encourage hands-on exploration
Students studying STEM need a supportive learning environment that rewards hard work and exploration and provides hands-on experiences.Find a free workshop
Increase diversity in CS classes
Download the toolkit
In partnership with Microsoft Philanthropies TEALS, CSTA, Code.org, CSforAll, and NCWIT we’ve created a toolkit for middle and high schools to increase diversity in computer science education.
Get started with free STEM resources
Explore more resources to help girls of all ages engage with science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).
Keep girls engaged in STEM
A comprehensive list of fun and entertaining ways to inspire girls to stay involved in STEM including TV, movies, and toys for all age groups.Download the list
Connect girls with technology careers
DigiGirlz gives middle and high school girls opportunities to learn about careers in technology, connect with Microsoft employees, and participate in hands-on computer and technology workshops.Learn more
Inspire girls to see the future
A list of books designed to inform, inspire, and entertain girls while helping them see the future of possibilities in STEM and CS careers.Download the list
Minecraft Education Edition
Students can create, explore, and discover on a collaborative platform that allows educators to encourage digital skills across subjects.Get started