​​Did you know? 

When women are not well represented in STEM fields, everyone misses out on the novel solutions that diverse participation brings. The great demand for workers in the engineering and computing workforce is just one important reason to attract more women to these fields” (American Association University Women, 2013).

Girls Represent!​is an outreach programs designed to increase awareness and access of minority girls underrepresented in STEM. The programs focus on real-world applications and experiences that change unenthusiastic attitudes toward the sciences, and encourage girls to pursue STEM related fields. 

Goals of the Program:  

  • to increase awareness and access to minorities and women  in STEM.
  • to encourage a “can do” attitude toward academic success.
  • to improve 21st Century skills: critical thinking,  problem solving, creativity, & leadership 
  • Encourage character building &  cooperative learning



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Girls Represent! 

Super Science Explorers 

When it comes to science and math, students in K-12 tend to lose interest at an early age. SSE are outreach programs (classroom workshops) and camps filled with fun, hands-on, two-way engagement that are tailored to reinforce STEM standards based on the need of the your organization.

*1-2 Hour STEM Workshops/Series are held at community libraries, schools, and hosted by city & county after school programs, recreational centers, and a variety of community organizations.

**Super Science Explorers Summer Mini-Camp is held from June-Aug in 5 week sessions, for grades 5-10

Goals of the Program:

  • to provide hands-on, fun STEM related experiences
  • to increase awareness of the role of science in everyday life.
  • to raise awareness and stimulate enthusiasm about STEM subjects & careers
  • to encourage a positive “can do” attitude  academic excellence
  • to improve 21st Century skills: critical thinking,  problem solving, creativity, & leadership 
  • Encourage character building &  cooperative learning

Game Changers YAC
With support of a $30K Youth WORK grant from the Community Foundation of Broward, TDP expanded its youth employment program entitled the Game Changers Youth Advisory Council. Youth ages 14-21 participate in a paid internship that offers an active learning experience that provides employability and life skills training and prepares them for personal success, academic success, and   financial  independence. 

Teen Summit 

​Annually, TDP host an all-inclusive teen summit that highlights: STEM, health & nutrition, personal development, life skills & professional development. ​over the last teo years, the summit has  provided over 250 under-served teen girls with an exceptional experience that inspires them to cultivate and take ownership of their lives to make positive change!

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