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Melinda Gates wants more girls and women in STEM. Here's how she's working toward that.
by Rachel E. Greenspan
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21 May 2019
On 21 May 2019 TIME reported:
For proof of just how dedicated Melinda Gates is to creating opportunities for future generations, look no further than her mission to help girls and women get into STEM [science, technology, engineering, mathematics] careers. With her position as the co-founder Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and a passionate philanthropist, Gates highlighted the importance of investing in organizations who 'empower young girls and women.' One such organization is Girls Garage, a non-profit that seeks to encourage more young women to enter STEM careers.
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... Additionally, the students enrolled in Girls Garage come from diverse backgrounds. 69 percent of participants are people of color, the organization says. Some attend private schools, some public; some are recent immigrants and some have lived in their neighborhood forever.
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