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Research has shown that girls are more likely to consider careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) when they have role models who inspire them. That's why we're encouraging women, particularly in engineering and construction, to organize reading events at local schools, libraries, and community organizations.

By sharing our book, Girls Can Be Engineers, you can spark conversations about the importance of diversity and gender equality in STEM fields. Our book is designed for children aged 3 to 8 years old, providing empowering stories that challenge stereotypes and inspire young minds.

In addition to hosting a reading event, consider partnering with your company to sponsor book donations. Shockingly, biennial testing through NAEP consistently shows that two-thirds of U.S. children are unable to read with proficiency, with 40 percent essentially being nonreaders (Scientific American). Your generosity can provide children with access to literature that not only improves reading skills but also encourages them to pursue careers in STEM.

How You Can Help:

  • Organize a reading event at a local school, library, or community organization.

  • Speak with your company about sponsoring book donations.

  • Contact us at for bulk purchase options.

Together, we can empower the next generation of female engineers and foster a more inclusive and diverse STEM community.

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"I can be anything I want and I should not let other people discourage me"

– Ann, a student in Kenya


In addition to our reading program, a portion of our profits are allocated towards supporting non profit organizations focused on childhood literacy and girls empowerment across the world. 

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