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About the Program

Girl Scouts of the USA is unleashing a new partnership with Discovery Education to spark girls’ interest in STEM and help them unleash their G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader)™ potential through content for teachers, troop leaders, and families. Girls Get STEM: Unleash Your Inner Scientist provides standards-aligned curriculum that aims to address gender equity in STEM education across the country through a series of resources for use with students in grades K-5.

New STEM Resources


Digital Curriculum



Family Activites


Virtual Field Trip

Available On-Demand!

Have your classroom tune in to this first-ever girl-led VFT that demonstrates how any student can use the scientific method to help build a better world and inspire them to take positive actions through STEM in their classrooms and communities.


Unleash STEM!

Women continue to be underrepresented in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math, collectively. Girls Get STEM: Unleash Your Inner Scientist is working to change this trend!

The research report,Generation STEM: What Girls Say about Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math has recommended a two-prong approach to tackle this problem that will be at the center of this transformational program:

• Prime the early interest in STEM that already exists in girls (Girls DO like STEM!)

• Turn this interest into action to make STEM a career choice for girls

Let’s lead the way to expand STEM opportunities and create a more equitable future for all.

STEM Girls Change the World

To be competitive in the global market, over the next decade, the U.S. will need an astounding 1 million more STEM professionals than it’s on track to produce. The time is now to invest in STEM for all and especially girls!

Girls Like STEM

Did you know girls are overwhelmingly interested in STEM? Findings show that a total of 74% of teen girls are interested in STEM!

Girls Want to Change the World

But don’t always see that they can do this and help people through a STEM career. Highlighting this can help make STEM a priority for girls now and in the future.

STEM Careers Help Close the Wage Gap for Women

While women still take home $0.92 for every $1.00 earned by men in STEM fields, careers in these industries prove to be a great start to reducing this inequality.

More Girls in STEM = More Workers, Educators, and Innovators

Researchers and experts in STEM education agree that boosting the number of women in STEM fields would expand our nation’s pool of workers, educators, and innovators for the future, bring a new dimension to the work, and potentially tackle problems that have been overlooked in the past.