The Girls in Aerospace Foundation is a global 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to providing young women with opportunities to pursue STEM and aerospace careers.
YOUNG WOMEN REACHED
GIA mentors include analog astronauts, well-known
physicists, and commercial airline pilots.
Pictured: Dr. Anna Chrobry, Constanza Manrique Garcia, Zaida Hernandez.
MENTORSHIP PROGRAM 🚀
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GIA Aerospace Connection allows students to be assigned a mentor who helps them achieve their
aerospace goals and serves as an inspiration and role model. It's a
GIA mentees have participated in internships, created projects, and even landed jobs as a result of their participation in GIA Aerospace Connection.
Girls in Aerospace is committed to assisting Polish youth, as well as Ukranian refugees living in Poland, with gaining access to aerospace opportunities. Throughout 2022 and 2023, we're putting forward programs that include:
☑ Flight scholarships for Polish teenagers
☑ Field trips for Polish high schools to aerospace facilities
☑ Online webinars and meetings with virtual astronomy groups like Polaris
The Girls in Aerospace Foundation was featured in Facebook PL's 2021 Meet the Future report for our work with girls in Poland.
The laureates of Meet the Future 2021, including GIA founder Karolina Dubiel.
Not actually - but close! GIA events are an opportunity to meet engineers, astronomers, space law specialists, and astronauts. Past events have even included a meeting with former NASA astronaut Bonnie J. Dunbar.
Interested in hosting an event with GIA? Send us an email.
Groups that have sponsored GIA through financial assistance, advertising, or program collaboration.
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Girls in Aerospace Foundation is fiscally sponsored by Hack Club Bank, a project by The Hack Foundation (d.b.a. Hack Club), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit (EIN: 81-2908499).