Help girls discover
a whole new world.

Browse local and national programs that support mentoring efforts for female students with an interest in STEM.

Join the Million Women Mentors movement.

The Kentucky Girls STEM Collaborative encourages women in STEM to become mentors for young women in STEM. The Million Women Mentors is a nationwide program that does just that. Kentucky’s Million Women Mentor efforts are being led by women from the Kentucky Commission on Women, the Kentucky Association of Manufacturers, and the KGSC. Kentucky has pledged to have 2,015 mentors added to the movement. If you are a STEM professional, STEM educator, or anyone else who can mentor girls (or boys) in STEM, make your mentoring pledge at and take one of these steps below to help us towards the 2,015 Kentucky mentors goal.

Become a FabFem
Role Model

Sign up to be a FabFem role model. You can fill out a profile and be a mentor in a variety of ways from simply sharing your story in the FabFem database to volunteering to have girls contact you via email or shadow you for a day. This is the #1 place we point educators, parents and students who want to connect with female STEM role models in Kentucky!

Mentoring in a Group Setting?

Invite local STEM experts to meet with your mentees through KY Science Speakers Bureau, the Speakers Bureau of BSCTC, and UofL Speakers Bureau.

STEM professionals from the various Speakers Bureau around Kentucky have volunteered to serve as public speakers on a wide variety of topics in varying formats, from information sharing to hands-on activities.

Sign Up for MentorNet

Sign up as a mentor for MentorNet, an online STEM mentoring program and organization with the objective to provide ALL STEM students in the United States with access to effective mentorships in a vibrant community committed to student success. MentorNet’s new scalable platform for mentoring combines the technology of social networks with the social science of mentoring. Get matched with a STEM college student!

Join The Connectory!

Search for events, programs, and activities in your community that inspire young people to develop the skills they need to become the problem solvers of tomorrow.