STEM, which stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math, is an interdisciplinary approach to educating the next generation for the jobs of the future. STEM jobs are growing at nearly double the rate of other jobs (17% and 9.8% respectively), but women remain extremely underrepresented in all STEM fields except healthcare. Educators are taking a proactive approach to boosting girls’ interest in STEM. One of the biggest ways that parents can help is to expose girls to successful female role models in STEM careers. Here are just a few.