Interactive workshops are facilitated by women engineers using a facilitator's
guide and prepared training material.
Sessions can be all day or as short as an hour and can be delivered to groups of
Sessions may also be customized for teachers, administrators and parents.
Topics covered include:
- Career opportunities in STEM, including statistics on
graduation rates and job growth
- Debunking stereotypes around capability and career fit
- Communication strategies to interest young women and
underrepresented groups in pursing STEM related degrees in
For information on this training, email
Tegwin Pulley, Texas Director for the STEM Equity Pipeline™ for the National
Alliance for Partnerships in Equity.
"Thank you all for this wonderful opportunity and powerful workshop for our
counselors. The feedback from the counselors is very positive. They believe the
time was well spent. The information presented was truly an eye opener for our
counselors. I do believe they will use this experience to impact the girls and
young women they come in contact with to build options to include the pursuit of
engineering careers. Sincere thanks."
Dr. Cathy Galloway
Executive Director of Student Services
Plano Independent School District
High-Tech High Heels is a fund at
the Dallas Women's