Our Mission is to communicate with girls in junior and senior high schools on the fascinating culture of science and technology across the wide range of research fields, and to encourage and support them, through communication, to learn and develop their future career paths in the fields of science and technology.
To achieve our mission, we have established the following basic policies. In accordance with these basic policies, we will continue to support female junior and senior high school students nationwide in their pursuit of higher education in science and engineering and in the formation of career paths in the same field.
- We will observe the laws and regulations of Japan and will conduct our activities in compliance with such laws and regulations.
- We will not discriminate, in any way, on the basis of gender, age, nationality, race, ethnicity, culture, religion, disability, and sexual minority status, among others, and will respect these individual differences.
- We will not engage in any religious education or activities.
- We will operate in a manner that remains unbiased toward collaboration with any particular organization or company and that considers the balance and diversity of its overall business activities.
Based on the SDGs 4, 5, and 17, we will collaborate with various academic associations, companies, and other organizations from the global perspective to achieve the abovementioned targets. With the support of more than 40 academic associations and companies, we offer a training program entitled the “Summer School for Junior and Senior High School Girls: Encounters with Science, Technology, and People,” which will be conducted on a nationwide scale every year.