December 08, 2016 Women hold leadership positions in public works departments across the country, but our annual salary surveys show that less than 20% of our readers are women. Not surprising considering that males are eight times more likely than females to enter college planning to study engineering. The New York City’s Department of Design… Continue reading Women are the Future of Engineering: New York public works agencies partner to cultivate future employees.
November 3, 2016 From Art Vision & Outreach In Community Education PABLO — In an on-going collaborative effort, the Lower Eastside Girls Club of New York will be donating approximately $30,000 in high-end digital audio equipment and professional staff support to provide training to faculty and students through efforts of a Pablo, Montana non-profit organization.… Continue reading New York Sound arrives on the Flathead Reservation
DNA Info October 13, 2016 Middle school- and high school-aged girls gathered at the Lower Eastside Girls Club Wednesday to plan and build models of their own buildings using real architects' tools, at an event city representatives hope will encourage more girls to join male-dominated fields. Read more here.
May 30, 2016 New York City is teeming with opportunity, but that doesn’t mean it’s accessible to everyone. In the final installment of Get Schooled, filmmaker Lina Plioplyte meets Aicha, whose family can’t afford to hire tutors or send her to private school. But with the help of Girl Project partner the Lower Eastside Girls… Continue reading Get Schooled—The Story of Aicha from New York City | Glamour
The Lower Eastside Girls Club showcases Girl Power in science, cooking and music (that includes Chef Carla Hall hitting the recording studio!) #TheChew View Clip Here