Women in Science (WiSci)
Only 26% of STEM jobs are held by women in STEM fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Worldwide, women represent only 35% of all students enrolled in STEM-related fields of study. The WiSci Girls STEAM Camp aims to help bridge that gap through access to education, mentorship opportunities, and transformational leadership training.
of STEM jobs are held by women
of all students enrolled in STEM-related fields of study are women
girls have been trained in our WiSci Camps
Opportunity of a Lifetime
WiSci Girls’ STEAM Camps are an elite opportunity for secondary school girls from around the world to dive into STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Design, Mathematics) subjects alongside their peers and develop their leadership skills in a unique cross-cultural environment, with all expenses paid.
WiSci Camps are a safe, supportive, and girl-centered environment, bringing together 100 teen girls from three or more countries, to live and learn together for up to two weeks while exploring their interests in STEM. Camps include expert facilitators in STEM and girls’ leadership who provide a first-class classroom curriculum, mentorship opportunities, and skills training. Campers learn to value taking risks and to bounce back after failing, in a fun camp environment.
Since 2015, WiSci Camps have been made possible thanks to private-public partnerships between Girl Up and the U.S. Department of State’s Office of Global Partnerships, Intel, Google, Millennium Challenge Corporation, and many other incredible partners who are committed to closing the gender gap in STEAM.
Wisci Camps 2022
WiSci Southeast Asia
WiSci Southeast Asia will be hosted in July 2022 for girls in participating countries (Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines). If you have any questions about the eligibility requirements for WiSci Southeast Asia, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Invest in Girls
To date, WiSci Camps have trained 1000+ girls from 35 countries around the world. A recent impact survey shows that 90% of campers improved their leadership skills as a result of WiSci Camp. Of the WiSci alumni who are now completing their tertiary (University/College) education, 78% are studying STEAM subjects!
Past camps involved girls from: Kosovo, Oregon, Estonia, Namibia, Georgia, Malawi, Peru, Rwanda, Morocco, Panama, and Costa Rica!
Whether you want to be a WiSci camper or support the WiSci program, there are plenty of ways to participate in the gender equality movement.
What to Expect at WiSci
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Attend a WiSci Camp
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Partner With Us
Become a WiSci partner and help bridge the gender gap in STEM.Email WiSci@girlup.org