In pursuit of our goals to amplify knowledge, expand networks, and scale best practices, we provide exclusive signature programs that engage partners and members in expanding opportunities for women and girls of color in STEM on an individual and institutional level by leveraging existing best practices and developing innovative ideas into new programs.
Implicit Bias Learning Tool: an interactive mobile application designed to educate users about managing implicit and unconscious bias in the process of recruiting, hiring, and promoting women faculty of color in STEM disciplines.
Annual Women of Color STEM Entrepreneurship Conference: a collaborative effort to advocate for increasedparticipation of women of color in entrepreneurshipexperiences and small business enterprise; to advanceentrepreneurship education and entrepreneurial studentengagement; and to transform the ways that entrepreneurshipis viewed, taught and experienced in higher education.
Regional Convenings: a one-day assembly of various stakeholders including institutional, community, and thought leaders, to identify key issues in their communities and in conjuction with partner institutions design systematic, strategic, and collaborative solutions to effectively advance women and girls of color in STEM both academically and professionally.
Outreach Events: capacity-building initiatives modeled after successful evidence-based programs such as COMPUGIRLS, that engage students, parents, teachers, industry mentors, and volunteers in culturally-responsive computing curriulum with a focus on social justice.