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Chevron Support Techbridge Girls STEM Program

"Passion, teamwork, innovation — these are the keywords for an unique and growing STEM program called ‘Techbridge Girls’." Chevron is a proud sponsor of the afterschool program that began at Oakland’s Chabot Planetarium but has now grown to Title 1 schools in the Bay Area, Seattle, and Washington, DC.

 

Techbridge Girls CEO Nikole Collins-Puri: Championing STEM Education and Economic Opportunity

LatinxAmerica highlights Nikole Collins-Puri, CEO of Techbridge-Girls. "Through strategic collaborations with industry partners, such as Chevron, her organization continues to excite, educate, and equip girls to pursue STEM careers and achieve economic mobility. Listen to her personal journey, her professional insights, and find ways to get involved in similar efforts to increase gender, ethnic and economic diversity in STEM."

 

Techbridge Girls Named Winner of 2018 UL Innovation Education Award

We are thrilled to share that Techbridge Girls was named the recipient of $100,000 and the grand prize winner of the 2018 UL Innovative Education Award (ULIEA). The annual award is presented to five non-profits throughout the U.S. and Canada who advance E-STEM, sustainable communities and youth empowerment. To learn more, click here.

 

Girl Subject? No Such Thing

Techbridge Girls believes in the power of creating a space where students feel like they belong.

 

Techbridge Girls participates in the USA Science & Engineering Festival with Chevron

Techbridge Girls participates in the USA Science & Engineering Festival with Chevron, as part of the Chevron STEMzone.

 

Techbridge Girls Expands Partnership with Boeing in Washington, D.C.

Techbridge Girls is expanding its reach to serve more girls in the Washington DC Metro region after receiving a $100,000 grant from The Boeing Company as part of the company’s commitment to inspire and prepare the next generation of innovators through the “Our Future: Tomorrow’s Innovators” initiative.

 

Women's History Month has Oakland girls' eyes on the future

Techbridge Girls celebrated the start of Women's HIstory Month at San Francisco International Airport with United Airlines and the Golden State Warriors. Check out the video on ABC7 News!

 

Politico Women Rule Series 

Our CEO, Nikole Collins-Puri, was chosen to be part of a Politico series with 5 women empowering others through their work in STEM.

 

MSNBC w/ Stephanie Rule 

Our CEO, Nikole Collins-Puri, speaks with Stephanie Rule about the administration’s investment in STEM education.

 

Empowering Girls to Become Future STEM Stars

Blair Blackwell, manager of education and corporate programs at Chevron, and Nikole Collins-Puri, CEO of Techbridge Girls, discuss how we can all help empower the next generation of female STEM leaders.

 

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