The STEM Belle announced as the Nature Research Innovating Woman in Science.
The world needs science. Science needs women.
Every girl child deserves access to STEM Education.
Women and girls can be everything: Elegant in Stilettos and confident in steel toes.
The Science you do today, is the technology you see tomorrow.
An investment in teachers professional development, yields in ripples
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About Us

The STEM Belle is a non-profit, which is focused on recalibrating the female representation in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) fields. Our impact model is to attract girls to STEM subjects, retain them in Science classes and then advance them through, to STEM careers. We are headquartered in Nigeria but have had our foot prints in Ghana and Pakistan.

Our Mantra

Women and girls can be everything: Elegant in stilettoes and confident in steel toes

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Our Activities

STEM Awareness Creation

To break gender bias and correct cultural stereotypes which prevents girls from joining STEM fields

Academic Awards

To break gender bias and correct cultural stereotypes which prevents girls from joining STEM fields

STEM Mentorship

To establish supportive relationships with students, as they journey from STEM subjects to STEM careers.

The STEM Belle Bootcamp

An 8-day onsite camp experience bringing students and STEM teachers together to engage in STEM activities

STEM Activities

To introduce students to project - based STEM activities and to expose them to the current STEM trends

The STEM Belle Ambassador

To spotlight a female student who has demonstrated exceptional interest and drive for a career in STEM

The STEM Belle kit

To reduce the cost of studying STEM subjects in senior secondary school by providing STEM materials

TSB Teachers Fellowship

To build and empower 21st century STEM Teachers to deliver STEM subjects and execute STEM projects

Testimonials

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celebrating TSB

Celebrating the Success of The STEM Belle

Doreen Anene is a Ph.D. student at the School of Bioscience, the University of Nottingham under the supervision of Dr. Cormac O’Shea. She is currently a visiting scholar at the Poultry Research Foundation within the University of Sydney. In 2017, she became a Fellow of the Schlumberger Faculty for the Future Foundation, an organization that […]

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thestembelle@gmail.com

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