Websites for girls:

http://www.ngcproject.org/
The National Girls Collaborative Project has information about programs around the country for girls interested in science.

http://www.techbridgegirls.org/RoleModels/tabid/113/Default.aspx
Role models for girls

http://rosalindwiseman.com/events/girl-world-tour/
Rosalind Wiseman — creating cultures of dignity

127_2721-1109-486x354http://www.umbc.edu/cwit/video.html
the center for women & information technology

http://www.girlsite.org
For girls exploring a careers

http://www.girlspace.com
Info, advice, bulletin boards on growing up

http://www.girltech.com
Games, tech-innovations, news and more

http://www.girlzone.com
Webzine: chats, reviews, recipes, the works

http://www.health.org/gpower
Girl power !

http://www.newmoon.org
Girl-edited, girl-run magazine

http://aauw.org
American Association of University Women — there are many local branches in the area

http://www.awsem.org/
Advocates for Women in Science, Engineering and mathematics

http://girlstech.douglass.rutgers.edu
Douglass Project at Rutgers University

http://www.plugged-in.org
girl’s science network

http://www.awis.org
Association of Women in Science, there is a local chapter

http://www.sciencenewsforkids.org
cool science news and games to play

http://www.campaignforrealbeauty.com
every girls deserves to feel beautiful, just the way she is

http://www.chemheritage.org/classroom/class.html
Classroom resources from the Chemical Heritage Foundations (one of our PAGES™ sponsors)

The next mini-conferences are scheduled for Saturday, November 4, 2017 and Saturday, April 7, 2018.