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“Our words have a profound impact on our daughters. They take their cues from us. Parents can inadvertently reinforce gender stereotypes and undermine self-confidence with their words and actions. Parents can also bolster girls’ self-confidence and empower them with their words and actions.”

Source: How to Raise a Self-Confident Girl, PBS.org

STEM Gems in the News

Diva Tech Talk Ep: 72
Stephanie Espy: Exposure to the Possibilities
October 2, 2018

100 Influential Women To Know 
By Engineering Georgia
January/February, 2018

Girl Talk HQ Feature

Girl Talk HQ Feature
October 6, 2016

Georgia Engineer Feature

Georgia Engineer Feature (pg.18)
August 17, 2016

Megan Smith - Entrepreneur, Engineer, and 3rd U.S. Chief Technology Officer and Former Assistant to the President
Megan Smith
Entrepreneur, Engineer, and 3rd U.S. Chief Technology Officer and Former Assistant to the President

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In the US today, only 14% of all engineers and 25% of all IT professionals are women. Though women make up 55% of all college and graduate students overall, only 18% of computer science graduates are female.

Source: Engineering the Future: GE’s Goal to Bridge The STEM Gender Gap By 2020, GE Reports