Thank you for your interest in The Museum of Flight’s Boeing Academy for STEM Learning education programs.
While we are currently not taking reservations for programs, we invite you to look at our past roster of programs to see the topics that we explore in our offerings.
We currently are exploring and developing our next phase of remote programs, including a range of online and by-mail experiences. We look forward to working with you soon.
Please contact with any questions that you may have.


**Women Fly 2020 cancelled**

Due to concerns for visitor and participant safety from COVID-19, we cancelled this year's event. Please contact us if you have any questions, and/or join the Wait List to be notified of the next Women Fly.

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The Museum of Flight is committed to creating a more diverse and inclusive aviation and aerospace industry. Currently, only 7% of all US FAA pilots are women and our annual Women Fly Conference helps to change this statistic. We are devoted to enriching the future of aviation and aerospace by welcoming all young women regardless of their race, national origin, ethnicity, gender, gender expression (queer, femme, or gender non-binary), disability, sexual orientation, political affiliation, veteran status or religious beliefs.

In order to engage these audiences, our annual Women Fly features hands-on activities, mentorship opportunities, and a resource fair with local, regional and national aviation and aerospace organizations. Participants learn through hands-on activities how to find their voices in STEM and how to prepare for airport careers beyond piloting.


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Please contact Mary Batterson, Corporate Partnerships Officer at 206.764.5879 or