Annual Program

It’s no secret there aren’t enough women in STEM, but 90% of high school girls say they don’t know a woman or a role model in STEM, and only 15% pursue STEM education. In fact, every year girls tell us that they thought their career options were nurse, teacher, esthetician, or other stereotypically female occupations. They have no idea the opportunities waiting for them in STEM fields, or that STEM is a part of whatever they are passionate about.

SheTech helps these girls discover STEM careers through hands-on experiences, mentor interactions and internships that change the trajectory of their futures. More than 80% of SheTech girls say they want to pursue STEM in college, and this year we want to do more to help them take that leap.

This year, we want to give 1,000 SheTech girls a $500 scholarship towards studying STEM after they graduate. In honor of #GivingTuesday, please help us change the lives and futures of these students by opening their eyes to the world of possibilities in STEM, and helping them take the steps to get there.

SheTech Explorer Day March 14, 2024

SheTech Explorer Day is an industry-centered, hands-on interactive STEM exploration day for 9th through 12th grade high school girls. This event is focused on hands-on activities in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Girls spend the morning in hands-on sessions and the afternoon solving a technology challenge, pitching their solution and competing.

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SheTech helps girls recognize the opportunities they can pursue in STEM. This program provides opportunities for young women to learn and discover how their dreams can be realized in tech.

The Annual Program includes:

  • STEM Mentor 3×3 Connections (Each Semester)
  • Tech Community Events
  • Student Leadership Board
  • SheTech Competitions
  • Women Tech Awards
  • Silicon Slopes Tech Summit
  • SheTech Adv Manufacturing & Aerospace Summit
  • SheTech Explorer Day
  • Summer Internship Program – June
  • SheTech Coders
  • SheTech Digital Inclusion Project

To get involved next year, please send an email to [email protected]

SheTech Coders

Introduced through a White House press brief, TechArt Hour of Code was the beginning coding module to introduce students to code. It not only showed girls how instructions impact code but showed them how their code creates an output and how all outputs can be used together to create something amazing.