Connecther Presents:

GI/TW Archive Film Gallery

Carry the Waste Project Monet Beatty, Parjkland IB Magnet HIgh School

The Carry the waste project is a project that I facilitated at my high school to build awareness about reducing waste and recycling. This is a project that I obtained from the web and adapted for my high school.



POSSIBLE Deanna Gran, Ida S. Baker High School

All throughout history, women in STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) have experienced great social prejudice and discrimination in the workforce. Countless inventions, discoveries, and breakthroughs made by women in STEM have, time after time, been unfairly attributed to




Confident Hannah Richardson, State College Area High School

This original music video by award-winning 14-year old singer/songwriter/actress Hannah Richardson addresses the issues that three completely different high school girls all have in common; confidence. However, after becoming friends, staying determined, and excelling in their own passions, the girl



A Threat to Mother Nature Emma Phelps, Minster School

This films examines the impact that climate change will have on women.




I just want to be happy. Brenda Sanchez, Uplift Williams Preparatory

The unrealistic beauty standards that our society holds today affects every single girl. It does not matter whether she is rich or poor, those beauty standards and prejudices are out to haunt her in nearly every stage of her life starting from as early as 7 years old. Young girls need to know that o



Emerging Jaci Herron, Lee's Summit High School

Three LSHS seniors share their leadership experiences in various areas in their high school. They discuss the issue of the lack of Women in Leadership as well as solutions to this problem. Women in STEM and Women in Media are also issues that are addressed. These female powerhouses emerge as future




Girls and Women in Stem Peyton Puckett , Munster High School

Features a list of 5 facts that keep girls and women from pursuing STEM careers.



We. Are. Stem. Briana Atkins, Malverne High School

In my film, I asked the three other girls in advanced science classes in my grade (Sarah, Ashley, Briana), as well as our Science Research/ AP Biology/ Engineering teacher, Mr.Vessalico, a range of questions regarding the low levels of women and girls in STEM.




Women In Stem Camille Ramos, Eden Prairie High School

This film provides a look into the underrepresentation of women in science, technology, and math fields by analyzing facts and interviewing students attending the elite Massachusetts Institute of Technology. It explains why this is a huge problem facing society, and what must be done to stop it.



Day of a Girl KaSua Vue, Forest Lake Senior High

A day through the eyes of a typical American girl who becomes inspired by the people and media around her.