Founded by Jazlyn Carvajal and Diana Albarran Chicas, two first-generation Americans and first-generation college students with successful STEM careers, Latinas in STEM is a "force from the community [and] for the community." The organization hopes "to inspire and empower parents and K-12 students to pursue STEM, and to help college students and professionals thrive in their careers." On the site, readers can learn about the group's initatives on the Programs page and enjoy written content on the Blog page. Blog posts include "My STEM Journey" profiles, event recaps, and research shoutouts. The Resources page (found under About) is also filled with helpful content divided into eight categories: Student Resources, Parent Resources, STEM Statistics, Spanish Resources, STEM Activities, Coding Resources, Resources for Professionals, and STEM Videos. Latinas in STEM is supported by a variety of community partners and was honored as the 2017 California Nonprofit of the Year. Readers interested in joining should head over to the Membership page.