Texas

Type of ProgramOrganization / PlaceProgramGrade LevelStateLocationGrade LevelSHORT DESCRIPTION
Girls' Leadership: Civic-focusedCenter for Women's & Gender Studies, University of Texas at AustinNEW Leadership™ TexasCollegeTXAustin13 - CollegeA week-long, residential undergraduate leadership development program for women, NEW Leadership™ strives to instill the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary for effective political engagement and community organizing.
Girls' Leadership: Civic-focusedIGNITEIGNITE Texas9th - 12thTXVarious09 - 9th Grade,10 - 10th Grade,11 - 11th Grade,12 - 12th GradeIGNITE runs political and civic education and training programs for girls that are delivered on site in high schools.
Girls' Leadership: Civic-focusedAmerican Legion AuxiliaryBluebonnet Girls State11th TXSeguin11 - 11th GradeHigh school girls who have completed their Junior year spend an intensive week of study, working together as self-governing citizens at Auxiliary-sponsored Girls State programs.
Place of Interest,Field TripNational Cowgirl Museum and Hall of FameGeneral (all)TXFort Worth00 - Kindergarten,01 - 1st Grade,02 - 2nd Grade,03 - 3rd Grade,04 - 4th Grade,05 - 5th Grade,06 - 6th Grade,07 - 7th Grade,08 - 8th Grade,09 - 9th Grade,10 - 10th Grade,11 - 11th Grade,12 - 12th Grade,13 - College,14 - General (all)The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame honors and celebrates women, past and present, whose lives exemplify the courage, resilience, and independence that helped shape the American West, and fosters an appreciation of the ideals and spirit of self-reliance.
Place of Interest,Field TripJuanita J. Craft Civil Rights HouseGeneral (all)TXDallas00 - Kindergarten,01 - 1st Grade,02 - 2nd Grade,03 - 3rd Grade,04 - 4th Grade,05 - 5th Grade,06 - 6th Grade,07 - 7th Grade,08 - 8th Grade,09 - 9th Grade,10 - 10th Grade,11 - 11th Grade,12 - 12th Grade,13 - College,14 - General (all)Civil rights leader Juanita J. Craft played a crucial role in integrating two universities, the 1954 Texas State Fair, and Dallas theaters, restaurants, and lunch counters. In 1975, at the age of 73, she was elected to the Dallas City Council, where she worked to improve the status of Hispanic and Native Americans. The house is open by appointment.