Center for STEM Education for Girls
The Harpeth Hall School is creating a transformation on the educational opportunities for girls by establishing The Center for STEM Education for Girls to increase participation by girls in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math studies in high school and college and to encourage them to aspire to STEM careers.
Explore our Center's website to find the following:
- STEM Think Tank and Conference – the nation's sole conference focused on females with input from university educators and corporate members that has grown out of the K12 schools
- STEM Consortium – information on our leadership
- STEM Summer Institute – a model program for STEM integration for girls
- STEM Resources – a variety of types with research to practice highlights
Funding for our Center for STEM Education for Girls comes from an Edward E. Ford Foundation Leadership Grant. Harpeth Hall is grateful to the Edward E. Ford Foundation and to the generous donors to date who have provided essential match funding. Major match donors include: Lenovo, The Melkus Family Foundation, and Nissan North America, Inc. Other generous match donors include: Anonymous (2), The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, Dell, Inc, Diane and James Mulloy, The Memorial Foundation, Regions Bank, and Virtucom. If you would like to make a gift in support of this initiative, please contact Director of Advancement Susan Moll at email@example.com or at 615-346-0087.