In a survey of students at Maui High School, female students indicated that they would want to take science if it was made more relevant to their lives. Find out about an innovative program that provides a work-like environment to help keep them interested in technology.


Andrews, Christine L., and Leslie Wilkins. "Environmental and Spatial Technology (EAST) Project - An Industry/Education Collaboration That Works for Females and Minorities," Proceedings of the NAMEPA/WEPAN 2001 Joint Conference (April 21, 2001), NAMEPA/WEPAN. The Women in Technology Project is administered by the Maui Economic Development Board and funded in part by the U.S. Department of Labor.