Our mission is to increase the number of North Texas girls graduating from high school
who are entering a college-level degree program in Science, Technology, Engineering or Math (STEM).
Programs funded by High-Tech High Heels include:
Equity Training for Educators
Builds awareness, enhances skills in equity teaching, provides research based-strategies and coaching
STEM Career workshops for Educators
Informs counselors, teachers and administrators about STEM careers and dispels stereotypes
Physics Camps for High School Girls
here for an interview with one of our graduates and see how
her camp experience inspired her to become an engineer.
Raises awareness of opportunities in STEM, boosts confidence and prepares students for Advanced Placement Physics
Watch a video
to discover why one
of our donors gives to the High-Tech High Heels Fund.
High-Tech High Heels Speakers Bureau
We connect STEM professionals with local organizations to inspire and
encourage middle school and high school students, especially under-represented
minorities, to pursue careers in STEM fields.
Register to join the
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High-Tech High Heels at Work
HTHH board member and TI employee Kristen Parrish explains the
technology behind autonomous vehicles and the break-through innovations that
will soon allow cars to drive by themselves.
Watch the video.
Feature in Texas CEO Magazine
Check out our profile appearing in the May/June issue of Texas CEO magazine,
featuring members of the HTHH leadership board.
Physics Summer Camps
camps have a new brand: Design Connect Create! Visit the new
website and learn more about the sessions offered this summer.
2014 High-Tech High
Heels Friendraiser on March 25 at Abacus Restaurant
We're declaring our 2014 Friendraiser a resounding success!
Thank you to everyone who joined us to support programs that prepare girls to
pursue STEM education and careers. Please check our
facebook page for
photos and more details from the event.
2013 AP Physics Camps
Two AP Physics Summer Camps held at Dallas ISD and the University of
Texas at Dallas (UTD) gave nearly 80 North Texas girls an exciting, hands-on
STEM learning experience. The 2013 camps were hosted by NAPE (National Alliance
for Partnerships in Equity Education).
this video of the DISD camp and see how much fun the students and teachers
had while learning about advanced science and math concepts.
Helping Girls Engineer Their Future
Need help talking to young girls about engineering careers?
>>> Check out these resources