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GI/TW Archive Film Gallery

Where Does Inequality STEM From and How Do We Overcome It? Jodi Nguyen, Diamond Bar High School

Diamond Bar High School's Society of Women Engineers discuss the inequality in STEM fields and how that inequality can be overcome.

The Real Women In STEM Montaha Chowdhury, Asian University for Women

When it comes to Science in Bangladesh, women are told generally to be doctors or go to a certain field that is"suitable" for them. But Women in the STEM in Bangladesh do exist! But how many know about their experiences? And why don't we discuss this more often? When it comes to Science, Bangladesh

Code Like A Girl Sofia Ongele, Albert Einstein Academy

Women and girls make up only 18% of computer science graduates. If we want innovations of the future to have diversity of thought and creation, women need to be a part of the conversation. To solve this, we need more girls to learn to code. The results are astounding, just watch what happens when a

Women in STEM Winnona Li, California Academy of Mathematics and Science

Women feel discouraged from pursuing STEM careers, which can begin at a young age, leading to the gender gaps that we see in STEM fields today. In order to change these statistics, we must change the way we treat our girls at school and at home. We must encourage them to participate in STEM activit

Team Infinity Kaylen Ng, Palos Verdes Peninsula High School

At Palos Verdes Peninsula High School, a group of girls saw under representation in their CyberPatriots program. So as freshmen, they came together to form their district's first all-girls CyberPatriots team. Now, three years later, their team has inspired a multitude of girls to join STEM teams suc

Hear Me Roar Matalyn (Koda) Calma, Seneca Valley Senior High School

Helen Reddy once said, "I am woman, hear me roar." This quote is what inspired current high school senior Justine Szurley to start her small business, HMR Apparel. Justine's company is a handmade clothing brand that works to promote gender equality and female empowerment. Through HMR's designs and p

Persepective Of The Future Valeria Vela, Communications Arts High School

I interviewed two girls and got their thoughts and experience on wanting to go into STEM despite it being a male dominated field.

The Unheard Majority Susannah Short, Clovis West High School

This video covers just a few of the current issues going on today with women. Through this you will see 6 different teens talking about what they want to do statistical reality comes into play of what it is really like for women out in the world.

First the Roots, Now the STEM Kierstyn Potter, Kingwood High School

This video discusses the importance of women going into the STEM field.

A World in Motion An Nguyen, Khue Tran, Makayla Moore, Pflugerville High School

Angela De Hoyos Hart is the IT Project Manager at General Motors. She is also a regular volunteer at River Oaks Elementary in Pflugerville ISD. She helped found and now helps coordinate GM’s STEM mentorship program at the school. The program has grown to include 67 GM Mentors in the Austin IT Deve