Young Women’s STEM Leadership Initiative

Hundreds of local girls are being given the opportunity to explore a variety of STEM related educational opportunities during the school year through the Museum’s education program titled the “Young Women’s STEM Leadership Initiative.” 

  • Field trips to the Frontiers of Flight Museum
  • Outreach Educational Programs
  • Engineers Week
  • Spring For STEM Camp

The initiative is a collaborative effort between Dallas ISD’s Irma Rangel Young Women’s Leadership School and Grand Prairie ISD’s Young Women’s Leadership Academy.  Both are public all-girl’s schools in the D/FW area which emphasize leadership, as well as STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education.

The Museum’s program encourages underserved female students in their pursuit of STEM related disciplines. The initiative helps increase the students’ knowledge of STEM-related principles in aerospace; and awareness of and interest in aerospace and STEM careers. It also enhances analytical and problem solving skills and provides leadership skill building opportunities.

This program, launched in 2014, is being made possible through grants from Boeing, Exxon Mobil Corporation, PPG Industries Foundation, Time Warner Cable, Gulfstream, and Fluor.

To learn more about the Young Women’s STEM Leadership Initiative contact Rosalie Palmer, School Programs Manager, Frontiers of Flight Museum at (214)-350-3654 or email.




YWSLI Youth Volunteer Program

The Museum is partnering with DISD’s Irma Rangel Young Women’s Leadership School and Grand Prairie’s Young Women’s Leadership Academy at Arnold to provide students a multi-tiered youth volunteer program.

The youth volunteer program enables young women to develop their leadership and mentoring skills while building confidence and self-esteem. Students may begin the program in the 8th grade and upon reaching the Celestial Scientist tier become eligible for paid internships during spring break and summer.



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