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Help Us Improve Access to STEAM Programming


Be a Role Model

Spend an hour online speaking with our girls about your passion for STEM.



Support our Mission

Help FSF close the gender and racial gaps in STEM by funding access to free, high-quality programming for girls of color from underserved communities. 


Be a Community Partner

Bring our programs to your students, and help us inspire more girls to pursue careers in STEM.



Our Annual

Our Donors

We rely on financial and technology support from the following organizations and companies in addition to numerous private individuals who help fund our mission. Your partnership will help grow the number of girls Full STEAM Forward can reach as we try to create a larger, more diverse, and more innovative STEM workforce. Thank you for making our vision to increase access to STEAM programming possible!

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Our Awards

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School and Community Partners

In the US, our programs serve over 120 girls of color in 3rd, 4th and 5th grades. We currently partner with:

  • Ascend Public Charter School System, Brooklyn, NY

  • Overbrook Education Center, Philadelphia, PA

  • Friendship Public Charter Schools, Washington, DC. 

Our partner schools are all located in low-income, urban communities with student populations that are predominantly Black and Brown.

In Africa, our programs serve 35 girls in 3rd through 6th grades from local community schools:

  • Prince Dan Academy, Kajatdo Town, Kenya

  • Ashaley Botwe Sowa Din Cluster of Schools, Madina, Ghana

Academic Partners

Our education team was recently selected by the Smithsonian Science Education Center to participate in their 18-month Zero Barriers in STEM Education: Accessibility and Inclusion program which offers educators support in designing enriching, equity-based STEM experiences for all students, especially students with disabilities. 

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Be a Guest Speaker!

Young girls need role models to help them see their potential

Sign Up

  • 1 hour time commitment
  • Typically a half-hour informal "presentation" followed by a half- hour open discussion
  • Ideally live (on Zoom) with our young scientists but can be pre-recorded if schedules dictate

Thank you for helping us make a difference!

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Stay Informed

Be part of our growing community of FSF supporters working to ensure STEAM education is equitable for girls of color.

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