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The IF/THEN® Collection Wants Your Best Ideas for Celebrating Women in STEM


IF young women and girls can see themselves represented in the scientists shaping our world, THEN they can envision that future for themselves.

The IF/THEN® Collection is the largest free resource of its kind dedicated to increasing access to authentic and relatable images of real women in STEM.  This new digital library of thousands of assets celebrates women currently working, leading and having fun in STEM fields. From USDA Chief Scientist Chavonda Jacobs-Young to Spotify Data Scientist Kay Savage, the STEM role models featured in these resources will show students of all genders that STEM is for them.

Bring the IF/THEN® Collection to your students

"IF/THEN® wants to help teachers access these resources and enhance portrayals of women in STEM on classroom walls and materials. These free digital resources include videos and PDFs you can use in your teaching.

Create a project for a 2X Match Offer and chance to win

While funds last, donations to qualifying projects that integrate content from the IF/THEN® Collection will be doubled. At the end of the challenge, a panel of judges will select the top 10 projects to receive $5,000 in additional DonorsChoose funding.

Check out our help center for full details on how to qualify, along with the challenge rubric our judges will use to select the winning projects.

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New to DonorsChoose?

You can connect to a thriving community of donors that is eager to fund your classroom projects. Here’s how it works:

1. Request your items. Get everything you need to be the teacher you want to be — all in one place.2. Get funded. Your friends and family lend a hand; our community of donors takes care of the rest.3. Receive the goods. We order everything for you and ship it straight to your school. Hello, packages!

Learn more and create your project.

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