Inspiring girls to explore STEM. Building the future together.  

Career pathways begin with exploration, inspiring experiences and role models, and dreaming about possibilities. Through She Engineersgirls* have access to first-hand experience where they’re the engineer and to amazing STEM role models.  

She Engineers programs and resources: 

  • Events – postponed due to COVID-19 restrictions  

  • Meet the Engineer – learn about amazing women in engineering 

  • Engineering activities for kids – downloadable activities 

  • Resources for Educators – downloadable posters and activities 

*The Works Museum is committed to improving gender equity and representation in STEM. Our programs for girls are inclusive and welcoming to gender expansive students (cisgender and transgender girls, non-binary or gender non-conforming students, and any other girl-identifying youth).

MEET THE ENGINEERS

Learn more about women working in engineering with our Meet the Engineer series, featuring If/THEN Ambassador role models from around the United States. The Works Museum is a proud 2021 ASTC If/THEN grantee.

Click on the engineer profile for downloadable engineering activities and classroom resources. 

LOCAL STEM STORIES

Meet local partners involved in our She Engineers programs. Some of them you may recognize from past events!

UPCOMING SHE ENGINEERS PROGRAMS AND EVENTS 

Coming soon 

WHY SHE ENGINEERS MATTERS

We’ve reached more than 4,200 girls in programs just for them over the past five years – but there is more work to be done. Help The Works Museum reach more girls and have more impact by supporting She Engineers. 

  • In the state of Minnesota between 2014-2021, 28% of all new jobs are projected to be in STEM.1

  • Of 4th grade girls in Minnesota, only 53% consider themselves interested in science.1

  • For students in Minnesota entering the workforce in the same year, 17% of women hold STEM careers, as opposed to 26% of men.1

  • In the United States, STEM careers pay more than twice the median average wage.2

1Data (2015) compiled by Minnesota Compass, MNcompass.org.
2 Data provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov.

THANK YOU

To the many volunteers and community partners who participate in She Engineers and to the following sponsors 

CPC

To learn more about participating in and supporting She Engineers, contactour development team or email support@theworks.org. 

DevelopmentTeam:   

  • Sarah Curtis, Senior Director of Advancement:sarah@theworks.orgor 952.888.4262 ext. 221   
  • Emily Kinny, Development Manager:emily@theworks.orgor 952.888.4262 ext. 220