ARE YOU A LEARNER?


ARE YOU A MENTOR?


"It's powerful and encouraging to connect with women working in STEM fields — to get firsthand accounts of their successes and challenges. I wish I'd had access to that when I was younger, and I love being able to be that mentor."
— STEMhub Mentor

Star Party - Robert Ferguson Observatory

Science
Look out into the universe at Sugarloaf Ridge State Park

Science

25 JAN

CoderDojo

Science & Technology & Engineering & Math
Coding club at the Rincon Valley Library

Science Technology Engineering Math

27 JAN

Spring Cleaning for Birds

Science
Family fun and exploration at Spring Lake Regional Park

Science

02 FEB

CoderDojo

Science & Technology & Engineering & Math
Coding Club at the Rincon Valley Library

Science Technology Engineering Math

03 FEB

Doris Duke Conservation Program

Science
Paid, two-summer undergraduate experiential learning opportunity that explores conservation in the Pacific Northwest

Science

05 FEB

Latino Heritage Internship Program

Science
Opportunities for Latinx undergraduates and graduates in conservation and cultural resource management with NPS

Science

07 FEB



Employment in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) occupations has grown 79% since 1990, outpacing overall U.S. job growth (Pew Research Center), yet women make up only 28% of the science and engineering workforce (National Girls Collaborative Project). STEMhub is a resource for women and girls in the North Bay (Sonoma and Marin Counties) interested in learning more about STEM education and career opportunities or mentoring women who are considering STEM. Imagine the possibilities for a young woman with a career in STEM: boundless opportunities, job stability in an increasingly tech-focused workplace and the chance to shape the 21st century.


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