top of page

IMMERSIVE PROGRAMS

Investigator_flashlight.png

Our transformation STEM education and leadership programs empower, encourage, and inspire girls aged 8 to 12 to become self-confident young women and the leaders of tomorrow. We help bridge the gender gap and reduce gender bias by providing the tools and skills for girls to pursue their dreams. We envision a world where all girls and young women feel empowered and supported to reach their fullest potential, regardless of socioeconomic circumstances. We invite girls from varied cultural backgrounds to attend, especially those from underserved, underrepresented, and historically marginalized communities to ensure equitable access worldwide.

Our award-winning curriculum is delivered in collaboration with our corporate partners through sponsorship and volunteer opportunities. Our partners include Arm, eBay, Cisco, Google, Hatch BeautyBrands, iTalent Digital, Microsoft, as well as many others. Together, we have greatly increased our global reach and measurable impact. We invite you to sponsor a GLAM event with your organization!

Inclusion of girls from varied cultures and communities

Award-winning, engaging, STEM and leadership curriculum

Globally empowering girls from all socioecomomic backgrounds

Inspirational, female speakers from varied STEM, business, and leadership roles

IN-PERSON
& VIRTUAL
PROGRAM
HIGHLIGHTS

 

Girls aged 8 to 12 from around the world, from varied socioeconomic circumstances, and from diverse communities, participate in transformational STEM education and leadership programs. Each event is customized and tailored to the business focus of our corporate sponsors.

 

Girls Leadership Academy Meetup (GLAM) connects girls and young women with phenomenal female executives in STEM, leadership, and business. Their presentations, mentorship, and positive role modeling encourage girls to dream big, believe in themselves, and become our future leaders!

YouTube Subscribe.png
GALLERY

GLAM '23 (US) 

eBay Campus

GLAM '19 (UK) 

Cisco System Feltham

GLAM '23 (US) 

Computer History Museum