STEM Sisters


The North Museum STEM Sisters program inspires, empowers, and ignites young women’s passion for STEM* careers.

Through engaging programs and activities, the STEM Sisters program offers young girls an opportunity to meet undergraduate and professional women in STEM fields and discover new potential career paths. The program’s ongoing events encourage and empower young women. All STEM Sisters events are provided at no cost to local girls in grades 6–12.

*Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math

Upcoming Events

Rain Garden Planting • Saturday, June 17
Volunteer Opportunity for STEM Sisters Students
10:00 am - 12:00 pm at the North Museum

Curiosity Quest     June 14, 2017     Focus: Middle School

Focusing on STEM Sisters at the middle school level, Designed as a time of discovery, the STEM Sisters Curiosity Quest event engages girls through interactive STEM activities to unleash their creativity.

Want to be a STEM Sister?

Registration for the North Museum’s STEM Sister program is open to girls attending Lancaster County schools in grades 6-12.

How You Can Help!

Sparking girls’ interest in STEM topics is essential to the future of our community, our nation, and our planet. Your help is needed to keep the STEM Sisters program free for girls in grades 6–12.

Through your sponsorship, the future is brighter for all of us. Please join us in supporting our future STEM leaders by contacting Amber Liptack at for STEM Sisters sponsorship opportunities today!


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Thank you to our sponsors!




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