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    There is no shortage of student talent in HISD. However, opportunities to develop and nurture that talent can be limited. That's where you come in. Work with us to create or implement your D&I program and give HISD student talent a place to grow.  Start now! 

    HISD students are the future of the global workforce: multilingual, first-generation, digital native, data-savvy, and self-advocates. They are potential engineers tinkering, green thumbs growing gardens, and artists honing performances. They are resilient, having lived and achieved through unimaginable challenges.  They know how to work together to solve big problems. 

    Early and frequent exposure to the work you do will help these young people prepare for business challenges, build industry-level skills and learn more about their career options at your company. 

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D & I Partnership Highlights

  • Discover United

    United Airlines have partnered with us to create a Grow Your Own program that gave virtual industry tours to elementary students, and hosted a career fair for middle school students. The Let's go See program included airport tours, industry mentorship, an Juneteenth airplane ride and a Women In Aviation Day.

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  • Seeds

    A grow your own program that increases underrepresented student awareness and education in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields by providing grants for coding and robotics clubs, job shadowing for high school students to inspire the future coders and innovators of tomorrow.

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  • Road Ahead

    Capital One has a Let's go see and Grow your Own program that focuses on financial wellness, building a diverse workforce, and creating pathways to opportunities for students that may not have access otherwise. 

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  • Women in Energy

    This grow your own program included a one-day science experiment for middle school girls with Women in Energy, a virtual read aloud for elementary students and a career panel for high schools students.

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