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STEM Sisters


The STEM Sisters program will resume in a virtual format this fall! 

More information to follow. 


STEM Sisters is a program that strives to connect girls with an intergenerational network of women in STEM through teaching and mentorship. Our goal is to create more opportunities for girls to pursue STEM pathways and learn from both students and professionals in the field. 


It Matters!

An Account from an African-American Senior-Level Engineer at Abbott and the Importance of Representation

Boeing Engineers Read Historic Letters : Women Make Us Better

Fall 2020

STEM Sisters will resume in the fall, and will offer opportunities to both teach and connect with highschool students. All training and programming for the fall semester will be conducted online.


2019 Fall

STEM Sisters Partners With Career Hub 

To kick off the fall semester, STEM Sister coordinator, Muna, hosted a career exploration workshop sponsored by USM's Career Hub. In addition to learning about critical career resources, students got a chance to discuss some of the countless pathways available to STEM majors, and practice their interview skills.  


STEM Sisters Partners with Baxter Academy to Host Day of Code!

STEM Sisters and students from Baxter Academy hosted Day of Code events at both King and Lincoln Middle Schools in November. This is the third year in a row that we've partnered together, and each year we've managed to showcase some incredible work from local students and professionals alike. Some highlights include a student-built muon detector, a robot that shoots basketballs, a coding maze, and an ozobot programming station. 


2018 Summer

Summer See Ess at Portland Housing Authority


2018 Spring

STEM Sisters Day of Code at King Middle School

STEM Sisters Invites Students to Experience Ci2