Here is your chance to meet with female professionals from the community who have found satisfying careers in law, mathematics, engineering, computing, medicine, and other non-traditional technical careers. Each student (6 through 12 grade females) attends three workshops, led by a woman professional who shares an aspect of her technical field. Workshops typically have 10 to 15 students; which facilitate interaction between the presenter and students. Presenters also share personal experiences and other influences that have impacted their decisions as they have developed their careers.

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"I am so glad to find links to this great program after so many years. I give a lot of credit to this program for my success in the engineering field. I went through this program of course at UNM while in 7th grade at Polk Middle School. I decided then at the conference that I wanted to be an engineer. I graduated from UNM with a BSEE in Dec 1997 and I am thankful for this program. I have moved around the country and now reside in the Houston area. Please pat yourself on the back for contributing to such a successful program. Thank you. I hope to locate a similar program in the area so I can volunteer my time." - Tammy

"My daughters go every year and come back so jazzed up!" - Joe


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