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STEM Strong Sisters


Only 14.58% of the STEM workforce consists of African American women,

and only 6.42% are Hispanic or Latina.

U.S. Equal Employment

Opportunity Commission.

Deadline: February 15, 2024


STEM Strong Sisters (SSS) is a 12-month program designed to expose 5th-8th-grade black and Hispanic girls to science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) disciplines and fields.

Weekly Math Tutoring:

Math fluency is vital to success in STEM fields. Our STEM Strong Sisters receive 30 private, customized math tutoring sessions during their time with us. 

Monthly Mentor Meetings:

Small group gatherings where the girls hear inspiring stories from women of color who have excelled in diverse STEM fields and complete fun STEM activities.

Four of our eleven monthly meetings include tours of two local college campuses and two local STEM companies.

STEM Summer Camp:

Our STEM Strong Sisters participate in a four-day STEM camp where they and other campers engage with STEM professionals and acquire essential skills in robotics and coding through hands-on activities and projects.




Space is limited. Please complete the application above (One per student).

*We currently offer our programs to students residing in Duncanville, Desoto, Cedar Hill, Waxahachie, Grand Prairie, Arlington, and Mansfield.

**Parents or legal guardians must qualify for Medicaid based on household income but are not required to receive the benefit. The current year's tax return can be submitted for proof of income eligibility if the family is not currently enrolled in Medicaid. Click on the following link to determine eligibility.   

Contact us for for more information at 682-777-3222


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