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National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity Education Foundation
91 Newport Pike, Suite 302
Gap, PA 17527
Phone: 717-407-5118
Email: NAPE@napequity.org
Funded by the National Science
Foundation HRD-0734056 and HRD-1203121

After School

Advocates for Women in Science, Engineering, and Math Oregon State UniversityThis project of the Saturday Academy offers girls activities in STEM and site visits to meet professional women and engage in hands-on learning about STEM careers.
Connect a Million MindsTime Warner CableThis initiative encourages students to take an interest in STEM learning opportunities and career ventures.
Expanding Your HorizonsIllinois State UniversityThis conference was designed to provide girls in grades 5-10 support, encouragement, and assistance in the development of their careers in science and math.
GEMS-Girl Engineers, Mathematicians, Scientists Summer WorkshopsGEMSA new organization that hopes to accomplish just what its name suggests—cultivate interest among girls to pursue futures in engineering, math and science.
Girls First: a Guide to Starting Science Clubs for GirlsChabot Space and Science Center ( 2001).A guide to starting science clubs for girls.
Great Science for GirlsThe Educational Equity Center at the Academy for Educational Development The site provides inquiry-based, informal science learning programs that stimulate girls’ curiosity, interest and persistence in STEM and break down the barriers of gender stereotyping
Guidelines for Fostering Inclusion Through Afterschool MathEducation Equity Center at AEDThe Afterschool Inclusive Math (AIM) program and guidelines were developed to provide youth with and without disabilities the opportunity to work together on real-world, inquiry-based math.
Introduce a Girl to Engineers WeekEngineers WeekThis website provides information and esources to support professional engineers, scientists, and technologists as they reach out to students in grades K-12 with a particular emphasis on reaching young women.
Pathways To Your Future: Exploring STEM Careers at Penn State York Pennsylvania State University at YorkThis program is designed for girls, parents, and teachers and highlights career opportunities in STEM.
Project IT Girlgirlstart.comIn this 3-year Information Technology program, participants learn how to change the world through the use of Information Technology.
Sally Ride Science FestivalsSally Ride Science Sally Ride Science Festivals bring together hundreds of students for a festive day of science and socializing.
Saturday AcademyOregon State UniversitySaturday Academy is a non-profit, extracurricular, pre-college education program hosted by the College of Engineering at Oregon State University.
Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM)Girl Scouts of AmericaThrough this initiative, the Girls Scouts helps girls build strong, hands-on foundations to become future female leaders and meet the growing need for skilled science and technology professionals in the United States.
SDK Bridge's Youth Technology Program SDK BridgeThis program works to expose teenagers to the most current technology to help them see the possibilities of a career in the field.
Southern Illinois STEM (SISTEM) NetworkUniversity of IllinoisThis extension service establishes neighborhood science and technology centers that provide access to technology skills for youth.
STEM Learning in Afterschool: An Analysis of Impact and OutcomesAfter School AllianceThis report analyzes evaluation studies gathered from afterschool programs offering STEM all over the country and identified some common trends and outcomes in these programs. 
Tech Team: Getting girls into science and technologyNSF, ETV, knowitall.org, Girl Scouts, and Marion, Richland, and Fairfield County School DistrictsTECH Team is a sequential, project-based approach to technology education in an afterschool club setting.
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