Girls Teaching Girls
Today Girls Teaching Girls is a group of teens all over the globe—Miami, Boston, Barcelona, Bilbao, Seattle, Paris, Milan, São Paulo, Sydney, and elsewhere—who while home-bound have translated science and math lessons into eight languages so far, created new graphics, cartoons, animations, programs, and even poetry and art to make the lessons accessible and exciting to girls everywhere. The lessons inspire girls to dive into new topics, like mental health, the environment, and community resilience.
Global CoCreation Lab supports this growing effort led by scientists at MIT, and seeks to expand it to Miami's underprivileged and underrepresented communities in STEAM. Women in science, technology, and medicine, though busy as ever, have a chance to inspire and enrich an international community of girls and young women, so the crisis of COVID-19 can lead to growth and prosperity, especially where there is the greatest need.
Spotlight: Sara Torrubiano
Where we are
Women inspiring girls
From different countries and different places,
girls of different ages.
United by a common cause—
the words on these shared pages.
Open to new ideas—
CoCreating through science,
mathematics, art, and so much more.
United during a global pandemic,
the path to these new opened doors.
The heart and the mind—
hand in hand, at work.
Motivated and passionate to help inspire others—
vibrant colors merged.
A community of girls.
Globally connected through their interests and tabs.
Weekly meetings on Zoom.
This is the Girls CoCreation Lab.
Drawing and logo: Narah
Landing page contributors: Narah, Nuria, Luciana, Vasundara, and Sasha