There are a number of websites that have useful information or activities related to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics). If you CLICK on a link, the page will replace this current page. If you hold CTRL and CLICK a separate window will be opened, and you can go to it via a tab at the top of your screen.
A 10-minute video with results of an AAUW study "Why So Few?"
about low female representation in engineering & computing:www.youtube.com/watch?v=FKaOGuzhbM8&feature=youtu.be
2016 info about careers in solar industry:
National Academy of Science site for girls (http://iwaswondering.org)
A cartoon teen named Lia presents interesting material about science and women scientists.
SciGirls ( http://pbskids.org/scigirls/)
SciGirls is a show for kids ages 8 to 12 that showcases bright, curious real tween girls
putting science and engineering to work in their everyday lives.
GirlsRiseNet (http://girlsrisenet.org/engineering/for-girls-only )
For Girls Only provides links to activities, organizatons, and careers to help you explore your options further.
Discover Engineering (http://DiscoverE.org/our-activities)
material for students, parents, and educators.
Sally Ride Science Club: (http://ImaginaryLinesInc.com)
science news and information sources, specially for girls.
Information about math and salaries for variety of careers (http://WeUseMath.org)
Information about Careers in Computing (http://computingcareers.acm.org)
Society of Women Engineers (http://societyofwomenengineers.SWE.org)
Follow the link for Outreach: Aspire to access material for grades K-12.
There is a new source (2015) at http://swenext.swe.org.
Junior Achievement of Dallas (http://jadallas.org)
The website has a link to http://StudentCenter.ja.org, which has links to material about colleges, finances, and careers.
Expanding Your Horizons Network (http://EYHnet.org)
National coordinators for Expanding Your Horizons (EYH) conferences across the U.S.