Neustar and the Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana have partnered to promote science, technology, engineering and mathematics education for young girls in Kentucky and Indiana.
The company’s will use EverFi’s My Digital Life digital learning platforms to work with more than 4,000 Girl Scouts in Kentucky and Southern Indiana, Neustar announced Wednesday.
Cadette girl scouts of ages nine through 13 will use MyDigitalLife to learn about technology responsibility, safety and privacy.
Girl Scouts of ages 14 through 16 will use a STEM readiness program called Radius, a interactive digital program that contains online games and simulations.
The Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana will also continue running its existing STEM programs such as the Imagine Engineering workshop and the Media Journey program.