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Career Exposure Programs


Experiential and aspirational career exposure program for Black and Latina girls aged 11 and up... because girls "have to see it to be it."

BlaTina Brainstorm

Our inaugural BlaTina program launched in June 2022 for middle school girls at Global Preparatory Academy. The girls learned about various topics including financial literacy, energy, and flight. While visiting local universities, including Marian University, Butler University, and IUPUI, the girls learned about STEM careers and college pathways. We also visited the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Infrastructure Energy Alternatives (IEA), Allegion, and Republic Airways and Lift Academy.

Bla-Tina STEM Camp

Design Development Pipeline

This architecture and design program launched at Liberty Grove Schools in August 2022 and wrapped up in February 2024. We partnered with RATIO and Next Great Architects to teach architecture fundamentals to 5th-and-6th-grade girls. We visited Business Furniture and ESL Spectrum to learn about furnishing and lighting spaces. We also met with employees at Skillman to learn about construction. 

Girls Run the Game

In June 2023, middle school girls from Global Preparatory Academy learned about career opportunities in sports while hearing from women and minorities in the industry. We visited the NCAA, Horizon League, Indianapolis Indians, Indianapolis Colts, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Indy Golf, Indy Eleven, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and more. We also spoke with guest speakers who hailed from across North America, including a sports psychologist, a graphic designer, a personal trainer, and a sports reporter.

Varsity Posse

Our first BlaTina program for high school girls started in January 2024. This unique program pairs girls with career and personal development coaches who lead weekly sessions. The girls also learn about a vast array of innovation and technology careers. In May 2024, we will travel to San Francisco to visit major tech companies such as Bloomberg, Pinterest, and Google. We are also planning to visit colleges, including the University of San Francisco, Santa Clara University, and Stanford University.