The Idaho Out-of-School Network is part of a national effort helping girls re-imagine who can engineer, who can build and who can make. We are working with our allies to inspire and prepare the next generation  by engaging one million more girls in STEM learning in afterschool and summer programs over the next 5 years.


Professional Development Opportunities

The Million Girls Moonshot and STEMNext Foundation provide free training, support and coaching to Idaho educators working with the Idaho Out-of-School Network to promote STEM and diversity in STEM. Click below for a list of current resources.

Engineering Mindset

Promoting an engineering mindset: This includes practices, values, attitudes, and thinking skills associated with engineering. Click below for more information on the 10 engineering practices.

Equity and Inclusion Framework

The Million Girl Moonshot initiative will benefit all students, improving the overall quality of all afterschool STEM opportunities and lifting up both boys and girls as they become future innovators. The Equity and Inclusion Framework serves as a map of best practices supporting all youth in STEM education.

Engineering Resources

More Million Girls Moonshot resources can be found on ION's STEM Resources page.