College & University Chapters
Our campus chapters build sisterhood and develop leaders among our mentors. If you are interested in learning more about the process and commitment of having a chapter on campus, please email us.
The very first established student organization of Science Club for Girls, formed in September of 2010 by Northeastern University students Anna Craver and Kristin Salomon. Anna and Kristin first met when they volunteered with SCFG at the Tobin School in Boston in the fall of 2009. Since then, these two ladies have formed a strong friendship born over their love of science! This group hosted a Show me the Science event in October 2010 and currently runs its very own SCFG site on Saturdays in the Northeastern Curry Student Center. If you are currently a student at Northeastern and are interested in getting involved with this amazing group of women, please email us.
The second established student organization of Science Club for Girls, formed in April of 2011 by Harvard University students Eva Gillis-Buck and Meredith MacGregor. These two young women have been volunteering with SCFG since last year and wanted to bring all the fun they were having at clubs to the Harvard community! This group is excited to continue its momentum and looks forward to being a great presence on campus. If you are currently a student at Harvard and are interested in getting involved with this amazing group of women, please email us. Check out their website.
Boston College SCFG Campus Chapter was formed in the spring of 2012 by Boston College students Megan Sulciner ’13, and Molly Gilligan ’15. Megan and Molly both volunteered with Science Club for Girls at sites in Newton and Cambridge. They spearheaded an awareness campaign about Science Club For Girls and with the SCFG Boston Program Manager started a site at the Edison School in Brighton. This past spring they started a Women’s History Month speaker series with guest Erin Brockovich and are excited for both clubs and the speaker series to continue with each passing year. If you are currently a student at Boston College and are interested in getting involved with these outstanding women, please email us.
Learn more about Boston College’s SCFG Campus Chapter from Boston College: The Heights article.
Brandeis University’s Campus Chapter is in it’s beginning steps as a student program. Founded by sophomore Malia MacAvoy and Ph.D Graduate student Charlotte Kelly, the club got student program status December 2012. They are working hard with their inaugural science outreach program Super Science Saturdays to showcase Science Club For Girls in the Waltham area. If you are a Brandeis student and are interested in getting involved with the Brandeis Chapter please email us.