BridgeUP STEM provides opportunities for girls, women, and gender non-conforming individuals of all backgrounds to learn the skills of computer science and research methodology within a research university setting. Such opportunities also provide mentorship and research experiences with computing faculty mentors and undergraduate student researchers at postsecondary institutions.
BridgeUP STEM opportunities range from a one to two-year commitment for participants.
If you are interested in BridgeUP STEM, but want to learn more, please fill out the form below. A member of the BridgeUP STEM team will get back to you.
Funding for the BridgeUP STEM program is provided by a generous grant from the Helen Gurley Brown Foundation to the National Center for Women & Information Technology.