Series Pathway


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Devon

Dell

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Girl Scouts would also like to extend a very special
thank you to our
top Capital Campaign
donors for all of your support!

Polly and Larry Nichols
Chesapeake Energy Corp
Devon Energy
The J.E. and L.E. Mabee Foundation, Inc.
The Alford Foundation
The Chickasaw Nation
Mary Nichols
SONIC, America's Drive-In
E.L. and Thelma Gaylord Foundation
Inasmuch Foundation
Ann Simmons Alspaugh
Linda Whittington 

The Series pathway gives girls the opportunity to do something that interests them for a short period of time. Girls participate in a series of programs with the same group of girls relating to a specific theme or purpose. The series pathway is for girls who are really interested in a topic or activity but don't the have time or have the interest to be in a troop.

Techbridge   

Techbridge inspires girls to discover a passion for technology, science and engineering, empowering our future innovators and leaders. Through hands-on activities, role models and worksite visits, family outreach, and teacher professional development, Techbridge builds a strong network of support for girls to expand their career options, instill confidence and diversify our future workforce.

STEM

Science, Technology, Engineering, Math

STEM helps students develop critical thinking, problem-solving, and collaboration skills that are useful in all careers and life pursuits. But despite recent increases in women's and girls' participation in certain STEM fields, significant gaps remain.

For example, female undergraduates earn just

  • 40% of earth, atmospheric, ocean, and physical sciences degrees

  • 25% of math and computer science degrees

  • 20% of engineering degrees

This gap begins early. Girls enter kindergarten as interested in math and science as boys are, but many begin to lose interest in science by the fifth grade and math by the sixth grade.

STEM is an ongoing contemporary initiative. We are conducting programs that show girls that science can be fun and hands-on with real world applications.

FIRST LEGO League Robotics

The FIRST LEGO League is a robotics program for 9 to 14 year olds designed to combine the engineering challenge of a robotics competition w ith real-world problem solving and i nventing. Youth learn science and technology skills at th e same time as valuable employment and life skills.

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