At She STEMs, we empower girls ages 10-14 to feel confident and capable through hardware development. We believe that every girl should feel great in her own skin and want to help her explore career opportunities for her future. With the serious lack of representation for girls and hardware development resources, we aim to facilitate a conversation for greater accesibility and representation.
Specifically, we focus on hardware computing because the offer a range of opportunities for people in the real world, and students can get hands-on experiences with the materials such as Arduinos and Raspberry Pis. And there's really nothing quite like coding a robot for the first time!