Black Girls Do Engineer Corporation is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization established in June of 2019. The organization was created with the concern that Black-American women are not progressing in STEM related careers, and our passion to change the narrative of high turnover and fix this issue. Our goal is to reach youth and young adult women, and guide them towards success in STEM careers in corporate America.
Our board of directors and officers consist of Black-American women leading in Engineering, Biology, Project management, Executive MBA, and Lean Six Sigma roles. As mentors, we will provide insight based on our journeys in the STEM industry as a blueprint to help other young women succeed in the future. With Black Girls Do Engineer Corporation, it is not only our passion, it is our responsibility to reach back and invest in the future.
Here at Black Girls Do Engineer Corporation, we are passionate about developing young women in all areas of STEM. Our goal is to provide mentoring, personal growth regimens, STEM projects and activities, and guidance on career paths based on insight from professional women that are leaders in the STEM industry.
To increase the presence of Black-American women in STEM related fields by providing experience-based knowledge, career path insight, and mentor-ship to young girls, beginning from ages 9 to 21. Black Girls Do Engineer Corporation will introduce the core of STEM roles, and provide young women with the tools to not only maintain but excel in the STEM industry.
Meet The Team
100% of your donations will be allocated for funding activities, events, and growth opportunities for Black Girls Do Engineer, Corporation members.
We ask that God put it on your heart to give to this organization.
"And my God will meet all your needs according to his glorious riches in Christ Jesus" Philippians 4:19
Your support and donation is greatly appreciated!!!
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Donations will more specifically be used for supplies and equipment for robotics, process design, science experiments, laptops for coding, networking events, and as well as funding for girls who may not be able to afford membership expenses.
Founder, CEO/President, Director