MASN will use results of this survey to inform future STEM professional development initiatives in partnership with the Million Girls Moonshot. Thank you for participating in this survey. This tool is to help ensure youth receive a high quality and equitable experience in your program.  

These questions are designed to be answered together by at least two adults directly engaged with the program. We encourage discussion on the topics and are interested in any comments you have to make. 

If any questions are unclear or cannot be answered using the scale, please add a comment. 


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* 1. Program ZIP code

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* 2. The program offers a diverse variety of activities that are intended to meet different interests.

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* 3. All staff/volunteers maintain the same behavior standards for all kids regardless of gender, ethnicity, and ability.

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* 4. The program offers some activities and lessons that attract and serve kids from groups under-represented in STEM.

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* 5. The program offers the participating youth the opportunity to work in different kinds of groups (i.e.mixed gender, girls-only, ESL).

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* 6. Activities in programs avoid reinforcing gender stereotypes.

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* 7. Participating youth have equal access in activities, physically and intellectually.

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* 8. All participating youth are given the opportunity to have their voice be heard and their suggestions/ideas implemented.

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* 9. Activities within the program encourage participating youth to think, ask questions, and problem solve.

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* 10. Activities within the program expose participating youth to a broad variety of careers, including those in STEM fields.

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* 11. Program staff/volunteers engage all youth in group discussions, interactions and activities, especially in mixed-gender programs.

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* 12. Program staff/volunteers are trained on STEM equity expectations.

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* 13. Program staff/volunteers develop caring and trusting relationships with all youth regardless of gender, race, and ability.

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* 14. The program brings in role models and volunteers from a variety of backgrounds.

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* 15. All administrative staff/volunteers are trained on equity issues.

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* 16. All staff/volunteers are trained on developmental needs of youth.

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* 17. The program fosters inclusiveness among participating youth and their families and celebrates commonalities and differences (in terms of race/ethnicity, economic status, ability/disability, sexual orientation, culture, etc.)

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* 18. Program staff/volunteers are able to address all participating youth by name (and can pronounce them correctly).

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* 19. Staff/volunteers do not assign tasks based on stereotypes and everyone is asked to decorate, clean-up, perform secretarial tasks, carry or move things, climb ladders, make decisions etc.

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* 20. Program staff/volunteers compliment participating youth on their accomplishments and curiosity rather than on their appearance.

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* 21. Program staff/volunteers have high expectations for all participating youth, encouraging them to take appropriate risks, explore, ask questions and challenge themselves.

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* 22. Program Name

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* 23. Assessment completed by

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* 24. number of youth served (average daily attendance)

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* 25. age of youth served

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* 26. contact information

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