2013 Winners


Children’s Science Center-$5,000 - Museum without Walls - To support museum (MWOW) Mobil Labs and Family Science Night with supplies and equipment for up to two interactive exhibits and ten hands on activates to promote STEM learning.

ReSet-$5,000- ReSET hands-on STEM Learning & Career Mentoring Programs- To support hands on inquiry based exercise and experiments for PreK-6th grade students to improve motivation literacy and career interest in STEM subjects, as well as expand programming in Northern Virginia.

Sprout Therapeutic Riding and Education Center, $4,000- Animal Science Learning Program- To support animal Science and Learning Programs with experimental and exploratory learning activities for K-12th grade students in Loudoun County Public Schools

Terra Centre Elementary -$3,270- STEMS Summer Camp- to support interdisciplinary activates during the summer STEM program that reinforce learning though advance hands-on activities demanding critical thinking and use of technology.

HB Woodlawn-$2,700- EV3 The Next Generation of LegoTM Robotics- To Upgrade the Lego Robotics Class to the new highly engaging EV3 LegoTM robotics platform, with the purpose of attracting more girls by diversifying the materials.

Arlington Public Schools-STEM Education-$2,400- LEAD: Learning Engineering and Algebra Through Design- To support a joint project that will train teachers in integrative teaching and learning in STEM project-based actives.

Girls Excelling in Math and Science, Northern Virginia- $1,000- Girls Makers in Northern Virginia (GMNV)- To support a project in partnership with mid Atlantic Girls Collaborative, Nova Labs and Girls Excelling in Lath and Science to expand the “Take-Apart” day, which will expose girls to tools and taking apart non functioning equipment while building their confidence and interest in pursuing STEM classes and careers.

Chantilly Academy-$950-Electonics Kits- To support the provision of electronics kids for Girls Exploring Engineering, Which offers additional learning experiences to encourage young women in engineering.

Girls Excelling in Math and Science Club, Fairfax, $680-GEMS Club Initiative- Ti support the GEMS Club initiative in public elementary and middle schools where girls explore STEM fields and careers through engaging activities and experiences.