The Challenge: Middle school girls can form negative stereotypes about gender roles related to STEM education, which can ultimately lead to limited career opportunities in fast-growing STEM fields

The Solution: What If We…Created a program that was designed to reach middle-school age girls when they are most vulnerable to the societal pressures of what girls can and can’t do?

To date, we have served hundreds of students and built measurable teacher training programs that bring results. We have set up programs with administrators to integrate The Community Bots program into the curriculum. We have worked in Nicaragua, the Dominican Republic, Spain and Jamaica. Two years ago, we gained our 501(c)(3) status and are seeking to grow our impact.  Please join us in supporting these efforts.


  • The More Gender Equality, the Fewer Women in STEM 27% 27%
  • US Computer Science college degrees got to women 18% 18%
  • Women with STEM degree 24% 24%

More statistics: The State of Girls and Women in STEM

  • Women make up workforce but 47% 47%
  • The Science and Engineering workforce 28% 28%

Minority women underrepresented in STEM Fields. Doctorate degrees in S&E

  • Black women 2.7% 2.7%
  • Latina 3.6% 3.6%
  • White / Asian women 86% 86%

 Today is the day!

Be part of the change… Help us bridge the gender gap in engineering-STEM fields while bringing in equipment and training to young women and teachers in NYC and around the world.  Help us provide opportunities to new experiences offering a hands on and engaging program and a student centered pedagogy while acknowledging the achievement of women in STEM

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We believe that empowering girls and young women to pursue STEM careers begins in the classroom, and this age is an impressionable time in life recognized as a turning point.

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