Bring STEM to Life
As the nation's oldest and largest volunteer-driven non-profit dedicated to fighting heart disease and stroke, the American Heart Association's Go Red for Women initiative provides youth opportunities to come together and experience the exciting world of STEM, meet career mentors and learn from established executives who are paving the way.
Empowering Young Students Through STEM
America's STEM workforce is at the forefront of innovation. As the work of the AHA continues to evolve and shift focus beyond awareness and into true behavior change, we will need more diverse men and women creating solutions for our communities and the unique barriers they face. For the last four years, STEM Goes Red has engaged middle schoolers in unique program aimed at inspiring students, encouraging innovative thinking, and demonstrating STEM careers are critical to the health of our community. We have focused our efforts on students who attend traditionally under resourced schools in an effort to lift their voices and bring their ideas to life. Participants are exposed to leading STEM companies as they showcase their innovative work and how it is changing the fabric of our working environment.
STEM Goes Red North Texas
The American Heart Association launched STEM Goes Red in North Texas in 2017 to provide real-world education for real-life employment. The program is structured for ongoing engagement and experiences which influence greater learnings, introduce students to a variety of career paths, and encourage a future in STEM careers.
We work with STEM educators from Dallas, Irving and Richardson school districts to bring our program to students with an all-day conference, field trips and virtual component to reach more schools in North Texas.
Friday, February 25, 2022
10:30 AM CT
555 South Lamar Street
Dallas, TX 75202
American Heart Association
Attn: Dallas Go Red for Women
105 Decker Court, Suite 200
Irving, TX 75062