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 Techbridge was a program at the Chabot Space & Science Center for elementary, middle, and high school girls to introduce them to various applications of technology. The website includes a description of their programs, resources and tips, and a link to "Girls FIRST: A Guide to Starting Science Clubs for Girls."
 
 
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 The GEMS club's aim is to encourage 5th and 6th grade girls to explore and enjoy the worlds of math, science, and technology. The website gives suggestions for starting your own club and also links to suggested activities.
 
  
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 Expanding Your Horizons in Science and Mathematics™ sponsors conferences designed to nurture girls' interest in science and math courses and to encourage them to consider science and math- based career options. Check the website to see if there is a conference or workshop near you.
 
   
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 "Only 9% of American engineers are women. And only 20% of engineering degrees are earned by women." Why is that? The Engineer Girl website offers fun facts and great achievements by engineers in areas like space, medicine, and the environment.
 
    
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 GirlGeeks is an online community for women and girls interested in technology and computing. There is a lot of great information about starting your career or starting a business as well as community areas where you can contribute and communicated with other young women interested in technology.
 
     
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