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Fundraiser

Science Club for Girls 2020 Catalyst Awards

When: April 01, 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Where: 415 Main St, Cambridge, MA
Ages allowed: 21+
Cost: $125
Science Club for Girls 2020 Catalyst Awards

RESCHEDULING APRIL 1 CATALYST AWARDS

Due to necessary precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19, Science Club for Girls will be rescheduling our April 1st Catalyst Awards. We are currently working to select a new date, likely in the fall of 2020, and will share more information soon. All tickets and sponsorships will be honored for the rescheduled event. We can’t wait to celebrate with you at a future date. Please stay tuned!

We are grateful to all of our sponsors, partners, vendors, and ticket holders for your generous support of this event and of Science Club for Girls. Thank you!


Join Science Club for Girls as we celebrate 25 years of building a more diverse and inclusive STEM community—in Boston, Cambridge, Somerville, and beyond!

Science Club for Girls – 202o Catalyst Awards
Wednesday, April 1, 2020
5:30 – 8:00 P.M.
The Broad Institute, Cambridge

We are thrilled to honor Catalyst Awards recipients Kaelyn Brown and Ashley Cooper—both Harvard College Neuroscience students—and Silver Anniversary Awards recipients, Cambridge STEAM Initiative, Geeta Pradhan of the Cambridge Community Foundation, and the Women’s Foundation of Boston, for their leadership in advancing opportunities for women and girls.

Kaelyn shares, “[Science Club] gave me the opportunity to see that anything is possible, and as a Black woman, and a Black woman in STEM more specifically, that’s really important.” Ashley, who got involved her freshman year, now mentors second graders, many of whom began in Kindergarten. “I was really able to see that it shaped the formative ideas they had—that they do deserve to be in science and can understand the ideas being taught.”

Meet and mingle with supporters, volunteers, mentors, and club participants—who will showcase STEM projects and share the transformative impact that SCFG has had on their lives. We can’t wait to see you there!

PURCHASE TICKETS: bidpal.net/scfgcatalyst2020

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Founded in 1994, Science Club for Girls fosters excitement, confidence, and literacy in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) for girls from underrepresented backgrounds by providing free, experiential programs and maximizing meaningful interactions with women STEM mentors.

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