Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta STEM Programming

Girls ages 5-17 and adult volunteers explore and participate in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) programs which include: Astronomy, Robotics, Engineering, Biology, Chemistry, Forensics, Botany, Physics through a variety of delivery methods or pathways which include day or residential camps, workshops, field trips, festivals, after-school programs, service learning, etc. Girls are exposed to careers in STEM, college campus experiences, work with science savvy professionals and college students to explore the future possibilities in STEM.

Program Contact Info
First Name: 
Brook
Last Name: 
Shelton
Title: 
Girl Leadership Specialist
Location: 
5601 North Allen Rd.
Mableton, GA 30126
United States
Program Details
Year Established: 
2008
Affiliation: 
Girl Scouts
Program Focus: 
General Science
Program Focus: 
Technology
Program Focus: 
Engineering
Program Focus: 
Math
Program Focus: 
Computer Science
Program Focus: 
Entrepreneurship
Program Focus: 
Humanities
Program Focus: 
Arts
Girls served annually: 
42000
Boys served annually: 
0
Does your program focus on serving youth with disabilities?: 
No
Organization Info
Organization Contact Info
Title: 
Director
Location: 
5601 North Allen Road
United States
Fax: 5122321885
Slug: 
girl-scouts-of-greater-atlanta-stem-programming
Needed Resources/Activities
workshops/classes/training
volunteers
teaching or tutoring
research
professional development
mentoring
job shadowing
internships
girls interested in STEM
funding/sponsorship
evaluation/assessment services
equipment donations
conferences
computer technology support
computer access
Available Resources/Activities
workshops/classes/training
volunteers
teaching or tutoring
research
mentoring
girls interested in STEM
evaluation/assessment services
equipment donations
conferences
computer technology support
computer access
Collaboration Interests
working with similar organizations
working with K-12 schools
working with higher education
sponsorship
sharing resources
joint event planning
Populations Served
rural
middle/junior
low income
high school
elementary
diversity focus
at-risk