Useful Resources for High School Girls:

Camps / Internships/ programs

The Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program
http://www.girlswhocode.com/

Technovation list of programs
http://iridescentlearning.org/programs/

Cybersecurity Summer School: NYU Poly Teaches High School Girls Security Tech
http://www.poly.edu/nyu-poly-in-media/2013/08/05/cybersecurity-summer-school-nyu-teaches-high-school-girls-security-tech

Full directory of cyber security degrees, from associate's degrees all the way to Ph.D programs
http://www.cyberdegrees.org/listings/
http://www.cyberdegrees.org/listings/online-programs/

Detailed looks into 20 careers related to cyber security, including job responsibilities, requirements, and growth opportunities
http://www.cyberdegrees.org/jobs/

In-depth resources, including a complete guide to government security clearances (what they are, why they're given, and how to earn them)
http://www.cyberdegrees.org/resources/security-clearances/

Courant Splash, or cSplash, is an annual one-day lecture series taught by enthusiastic students, faculty, and others associated with the Courant Institute of New York University. Since 2006, cSplash has been providing a meeting ground for mathematically inclined students in the New York metropolitan area, exposing them to the beauty, utility, and ubiquity of mathematical ideas. Have a look at our past talks, designed and delivered by our passionate instructors. And the pictures, too, lest you believe there's no fun in mathematics!
http://www.cims.nyu.edu/~csplash/

New York University Women in Computing (WinC), Google, and Princeton University Graduate Women in Science and Engineering (GWISE) invites young women in 9th and 10th grade to the fourth annual New York City Girls Computer Science and Engineering Conference. The program will give young women a taste of the tremendous creativity and innovation involved in computer science and engineering or science career, and show young women how these fields can help change the world: http://cims.nyu.edu/~wincweb/HS/

Conferences:

    •    Grace Hopper Celebration Of Women In Computing Conference (GHC) 

Resources:

Extensive resources by National Center for Women & Information Technology(NCWIT):
http://www.ncwit.org/resources?field_audiences_tid%5B%5D=1

Google Apps for Education:
http://www.google.com/enterprise/apps/education/resources/recorded-webinars.html

Future City Competition (Notes: targeted for 7th & 8th grade students): http://www.futurecity.org/

First Robotic Competition :http://www.usfirst.org/

Internship and Fellowship Opportunities in Science (all ages) http://www.science.gov/internships/

New York City Science & Engineering Fair : http://collegenow.cuny.edu/sciencefair/

USA Computing Olympiads: http://www.uwp.edu/sws/usaco/

NJIT Computer Programming Contests : http://cs.njit.edu/news/programmingcontest/

New York Math Circle : http://www.nymathcircle.org/

Engineering Girls: http://www.engineergirl.org/

National Engineering week: http://www.eweek.org/Home.aspx

Cybersecurity Salaries: http://www.cybersecurityeducation.org/degree/salary/

Women in Tech (What's the Real Story): https://www.toptal.com/women-in-tech

Games :

Virtual Manipulatives(Online Learning Tools):http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/grade_g_4.html

Cut-the-knot: http://www.cut-the-knot.org/

Engineering Games:http://www.engineering.com/GamesPuzzles/tabid/82/Default.aspx

Games: http://www.engineergirl.org/

More links:

List of websites that focus on girls' and/or young women's interests and resources (Websites for Girls):http://userpages.umbc.edu/~korenman/wmst/links_girls.html

Changing Girls' Attitudes Toward Computers:http://www.edu-cyberpg.com/Teachers/womenspecialedition.html

Brain Cake: The Girls, Math & Science Partnership (Their mission is to engage, educate, and embrace girls as architects of change)

WoW blog: This blog will feature a prominent woman who made significant contributions to engineering or science.http://cr4.globalspec.com/blog/39/WoW-Blog


For more information, please contact us at wincgwise(at)cs.nyu.edu.