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OUR MISSION
Empower females and minority cultures into STEM fields and careers
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OUR APPROACH
Our methodology involves STEM events, interactive activities, educational workshops, specialized programs, in-depth research initiatives, and personalized mentoring.
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OUR IMPACT
Over 2 million individuals influenced, with 50+ Chapters and 20+ Partners spanning 8 countries, facilitating over 200 events, workshops, and similar initiatives.
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Our Vision
Bridging the gender gap and empowering minority cultures in STEM, while ensuring equitable access to resources and opportunities for all
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Transforming Lives:

Over 3 Million Individuals got influenced and Benefited

Illuminating Minds

Hosting Over 200 Events and Workshop

Hours Served

Engaging Over 1,000 Supporters Across 50 Chapters

Community Support

Engaging Over 1,000 Supporters Across 50 Chapters

What We Do



Advocacy and Outreach

Engage communities and Promoting diversity and inclusion in STEM

Engaging communities through targeted initiatives to spark interest in STEM from an early age. Promoting diversity and inclusion in STEM through education, outreach, and advocacy efforts.

Interactive Workshops and STEM Competitions

Engage in Hands-On Workshops and dynamic STEM competitions.

We host hands-on STEM activities, workshops, hands-on and competitions to spark interest and mastery in young females. We also organize STEM competitions and train students

Training, Education and Mentorship Programs

Comprehensive STEM Education and Mentorship Programs

Our STEM education and mentorship programs provide diverse classes in programming, advanced mathematics, science, and more. We also provide with necessary training and materials.

Featured News



DMV Doers | Alexandria teenager encouraging people to embrace STEM

ALEXANDRIA, Va. (DC News Now) — Archi Marrapu is a junior at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology and founded a non-profit, StemifyGirls.

She has been an advocate for young people getting involved in STEM for the past several years. The goal for her non-profit is to get more girls and children of color interested in STEM.

Teen Advocate, STEM Leader and Ambassador in empowering STEM Education

STEM Advocacy – Maryland STEM Festival – 2023

Start STEM at Early- Maryland STEM Festival – 2022

STEM Empowerment at Maryland STEM Festival – 2021, 2020, 2019

Fun with the Maryland STEM Festival 2018

STEM Advocate at YWIB Ambassador

Archi is a rising freshman at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology and is a STEM student specifically interested in the fields of technology and medicine. In the field of technology, she is especially interested in Artificial Intelligence and is fluent in multiple programming languages She has been interested in programming from a young age and has taken many courses, classes, and competitions.

Alexandria teenager encouraging people to embrace STEM

ALEXANDRIA, Va. (DC News Now) — Archi Marrapu is a junior at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology and founded a non-profit, StemifyGirls.

She has been an advocate for young people getting involved in STEM for the past several years. The goal for her non-profit is to get more girls and children of color interested in STEM.

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