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Supporting Girls in STEAM (K-12/HE) is a Course

Supporting Girls in STEAM (K-12/HE)



Full course description

Course Date:



3 weeks


1 hr/week



Course Type:





This self-paced course covers ways that adult allies can support young women interested in STEAM fields. Although most girls express interest in science, technology, engineering, art+design, and mathematics, this doesn’t always translate into career success for young women. This course covers some of the reasons why and offers strategies for adults to support youth who might not otherwise pursue careers in STEAM.


Participants will learn:

  • Strategies for getting girls engaged
  • How to challenge their own gender biases
  • The role of mistakes
  • How internet access can both help and challenge young women

Target Audience: This course is for any adult ally to a middle school or high school girl. This includes teachers and coaches looking for professional development hours or parents, guardians or youth group leaders who want to support the young women in their community.

Course is offered by Community Bridge Video.

light bulbTo see more STEM related courses for young learners, parents, and teachers visit the STEM Catalog.

Course Instructors

CB Smith-Dahl

CB Smith-Dahl


CB Smith-Dahl is the Founder/Director of Community Bridge Video, a media production company based in Oakland, California. She has shared her technology skills in a many educational programs, working with children as young as eight, teens, and adults to create short films and photography projects. She is the co-founder of STEAM Girls Camp in Oakland, California and has an MFA in Cinematic Arts from the University of Southern California and a BA in Spanish and Education from Spelman College.


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