Getting girls in STEM careers will take more than encouragement--it will take female representation in the STEM workforce

4 career connections to help get more girls in STEM


Getting girls in STEM careers will take more than encouragement--it will take female representation in the STEM workforce

Representation matters everywhere, and nowhere is it more important than in the workforce. As the U.S. faces a shortage of STEM workers, female STEM workers are particularly underrepresented. But to get girls in STEM, they have to see themselves in the field.

Female students aren't motivated to study STEM in college or pursue STEM careers if their classes or career fields are made up of a sea of white men. No
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