Our team is fortunate enough to come from a school that encourages females in STEAM programs, and careers but sadly even with STEAM centered schools, young women are not pursuing these careers. Lisa Wang from Forbes states, "From a young age, society teaches girls to focus on perfecting rather than building." Throughout generations, young girls have been taught to shy away from STEAM, this is suggested because of stereotypes they may encounter in their careers. Because of this we lose talent and potential that can change industries. In the future, being proficient in technology will not only be a skill but rather a necessity and if young girls are not interested in STEAM as they are entering adulthood, women will fall behind in the workforce. Our team identified this problem and as students, we know this problem begins in the classroom. According to a study done by National Center for Education Statistics in 2011- 2012, four of the top ten majors chosen by men are technology based but for women not even one technology major is in the top 10 most popular. Our mission is to expose young minds to a new, technology based subject. Younger minds are more likely to have more motivation, and are able to learn things easier. We want to implement an idea that would essentially, grow in young women's minds. By doing so we can help create a new generation of women that can enter a technology based field with pure confidence, and knowledge so that they can succeed.