YWIB Online

YWIB Online Platform

Young Women In Bio (YWIB) is pleased to announce the launch of its new YWIB Online platform, which includes a dedicated YouTube channel and associated Facebook page. Together, these online resources provide access to young girls across the United States and in Canada to our educational and leadership programs and other opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) free of charge. 

YWIB is launching this new initiative for young girls who are curious about STEM and want to learn more, but may not live in near one of our 13 chapter cities across the United States or in Montreal, and therefore are unable to attend our in-person events and programs. For more information, click here

To kick this off, we are pleased to announce the availability of our YWIB COVID-19 online resources for all students. These are intended to bring some clarity to the current pandemic and help students understand the biology, epidemiology, and global health risk of COVID-19. 


YWIB Online Activities

Viruses/COVID-19 Crossword Puzzle (Answer Key here)

Shelter In Place/Hygiene Guidelines Crossword Puzzle (Answer Key here)

YWIB Federal Agency Acronyms Crossword Puzzle (Answer Key here)


YWIB Online Modules

These include a series of informative modules outlining the science and statistics behind COVID-19, and the science behind and reason for the shelter-in-place and personal hygiene recommendations from public health officials will be included in this online area. Click here to view! Keep checking back as we will be updating this regularly with additional materials like more modules and worksheets on the virus. 


Currently available COVID-19 modules include

Experiential Learning modules include

Other modules include 


Resources for the latest information on COVID-19

COVID-19 Projections
There are tons of great resources to help you learn more about how COVID-19 is spreading and what we are doing to flatten-the-curve. Check out the links below!

Books to Read

Want to let others know about YWIB online? Please feel free to share the flyer located here.

If you have any questions about COVID-19 or our other online resources, please send us an email at ywibonline@womeninbio.org.