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Getting Girls in STEM
Watch the STEM Portal Overview Video.
What is WIE STAR Program?
The IEEE Student-Teacher and Research Engineer/Scientist (STAR) Program was developed to encourage girls to pursue careers in STEM.
How Will WIE Do This?
The IEEE Student-Teacher and Research Engineer/Scientist (STAR) Program was developed to address the growing concern that, at a young age, girls are discouraged from careers in mathematics, science, and engineering.
Need more ideas about how to reach girls? Download WIE’s “Top Tips for Attracting Girls to STEM” or check out the IEEE TryEngineering Volunteer Portal for more outreach ideas.
The STAR program includes the following reportable pre-university outreach:
- Classroom Activities
- Humanitarian Projects involving the pre-university community
- Hands on Activities
- Training of pre-university teachers
- Public Awareness Activities
- Field Trips
- Technical support networking
IEEE WIE Panama STAR Program Video
V-Tools – report as a STAR Activity on V-Tools and log your activity by including the phrase “WIE-STAR” in the name of the activity. This will enable your activity to be recorded at your Section level and also by IEEE WIE.
The STEM Portal – share your activity, resources (optional) and feedback of your activity on the Try Engineering Portal to showcase your STAR Program to the whole of IEEE and its Partners and inspire others.