Help CNN celebrate girls in STEM with a special month of events.

Editor’s Note: In celebration of International Day of the Girl (October 11) and Ada Lovelace Day (October 14), Leading Women is devoting the month of October to women and girls in STEM: science, technology, engineering and math.

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How do we get girls into science, tech, engineering and math?

Join our Twitter chat with experts on Oct 9 at 5pm GMT

Send in photos of girls rocking science, best featured on site

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Think women don’t do science? Think again.

Twitter Chat PartnersAlso taking part:

  • Andrea Guendelman (DevelopHer) @FutureofWomen and @DevelopHerToy
  • Kelly Janowski (Society of Women Engineers) @SWEtalk
  • Michelle Sun (First Code Academy) @firstcode
  • Dawn Bonfield (Women’s Engineering Society) @WES1919
  • Julie Kantor (Million Women Mentors) @JulieKantorSTEM
  • Allyson Zimmermann (Catalyst) @AllyZimmermann
  • Lucie Sarif (Little Miss Geek) @LSarif
  • Sophia Huyer (Women in Global Science and Technology) @WISATGlobal

    Leading Women will be holding a Twitter chat today October 9, at 5pm GMT/12pm EST – and we want you to get involved.

    We’ll be asking ‘How can we get girls into STEM?’ and featuring:

    Milka Duno (@MilkaDuno),Venezuelan racing car driving and qualified naval engineer.

    Regina Agyare (@ragyare), Ghanaian software developer and founder of Soronko Solutions.

    Rebecca Garcia (@geekgirlweb), co-founder of CoderDojo NYC, a non-profit that teaches youth to code.

    Want to participate?

    Head to @CNNIwomen on Thursday October 9 at 5pm GMT/12pm EST and look for #CNNWomen #IDG14.

    Don’t forget to use the hashtag #CNNWomen so we can see your messages.

    STEM month

    This month on International, we’ll be celebrating the women and girls who rock STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.

    The very special Leading Women event is part of our coverage of International Day of the Girl (October 11) and Ada Lovelace Day (October 14).