High School Engineering Program

Comprised of high schoolers and a group of dedicated mentors, we aspire to help foster a nurturing environment for high school females to learn and explore their interests in engineering. Our 10-week program takes place every Saturday, from 10 AM to 1 PM, online over Zoom. There is no cost, as SWE provides everything. However, the students are responsible for having a computer with a stable wifi connection. If this is an issue, please mention it in the application or send us an email.


Youth Art Exchange Free Online Art Classes, Fall 2020 - Waitlist

We offer free year-round programming for San Francisco public high school students. Each session, YAX has visual, performing, and technical arts classes that meet multiple times each week.

We are now accepting students for our Fall 2020 FREE virtual arts classes for San Francisco public high school students!

Enterprise for Youth

Enterprise for Youth - Online Job Readiness Program

During our online program, youth will create and refine their resume, learn how to craft a cover letter, practice professional communication, develop a 30-second elevator pitch and participate in multiple rounds of practice interviews.  

Spring 2020 FREE Youth Art Exchange Classes

Youth Art Exchange is now accepting students for its Spring 2020 FREE arts classes for San Francisco public high school students! 

YAE is offering the following classes for the Spring 2020 session:

  • Advanced Architecture Firm,* 

  • Industrial + Product Design

  • Darkroom Photography

  • Fashion Design

Applications Open for Oxbow School Arts Semester Program

The Oxbow School is a semester program in Napa, California focusing on studio artmaking and interdisciplinary humanities. This program provides juniors, seniors, and gap-year students the opportunity for an intensive art experience and thought-provoking academic instruction.

Girls in STEM Summer Program

Developed by Columbia University’s School of Professional Studies with support from corporate partners and community organizations, the Columbia Girls in STEM Initiative helps bridge the gender gap in science, technology, engineering, and math education. It prepares young women from underrepresented populations to enter college and the workplace with increased confidence and capability. The STEM Initiative engages young women through hands-on instruction in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) while developing their leadership and communication skills.