Exciting News for HTHH in 2015
We are excited to announce that we are establishing our own non-profit
organization early next year, with an expanded leadership team and a new
partnership with the Communities Foundation of Texas (CFT). All dollars
contributed to-date will continue to be invested 100% in our mission and
programs. All future donations will be held in a CFT fiscal-sponsorship account
and will continue to be invested in our mission and governed by the bylaws of
the new non-profit organization.
Our commitment to increase the number of North Texas girls
entering a college-level degree program in STEM is as strong as ever. Look for
more exciting news to come in 2015!
NEW! 2012-2014 Accomplishments
Click here for an
update on our results and accomplishments over the past three years.
STEM Inspiration from the Gonzales Family
We're so proud of Martha Gonzales and her daughters, Kristine, Kimberly and
Karen, who were featured in an NBC5 story about engineering mentors for Hispanic
Heritage Month. The Gonzales family has been involved with High-Tech High Heels
programs for years, and they recently spoke at the
conference in Dallas to inspire future engineers.
Read their story and be inspired!
In the Spotlight with LaShonda V. Roberson
Click here to read an interview with
educator LaShonda V. Roberson, who shares her experience participating in STEM
Equity Training with NAPE, and how she takes those lessons with her into the
classroom at Quintanilla Middle School in Oak Cliff.
Helping Girls Engineer Their Future
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