Magazine Inspiring Girls to Be Strong and Inquisitive
Kazoo is a new kind of quarterly print magazine for girls, aged 5–10—one that inspires them to be strong, smart, fierce, and above all, true to themselves. Top female artists, explorers, scientists, chefs, athletes, activists, writers, and others either developed or inspired all of the stories. Regular features include science experiments; comics; art projects; recipes; interviews with inspiring women, from Olympic athletes to astronauts; and fun activities, such as secret codes, jokes, mazes, and search-and-finds. Kazoo celebrates girls for all that they are—smart, inquisitive, creative, brave, and strong. The magazine is 100 percent ad-free. A one-year subscription (four issues) costs $50; single issues are also available at $15 each.
NASA internships for high school (grades 9–12) and college-level students leverage NASA’s unique missions and programs to enhance and increase the capability, diversity, and size of the nation’s future science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) workforce.
Explore Engineering and Computer Science Essentials™—a novel approach to teaching and learning engineering with computer science (CS) and computational thinking as a scaffolded, rigorous, NGSS-aligned curriculum for grades 1–5. Designed to supplement any core science program, Essentials helps meet newly adopted engineering and CS standards and prepares students to become the future workforce.
TechGirlz is a program of Creating IT Futures, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit of CompTIA, which inspires middle school girls to explore the possibilities of technology to empower their future careers. To achieve its mission, TechGirlz has created engaging, interactive “TechShopz” led by industry professionals, community leaders, and students.