Jackie Speier - March 1st Event for High School Women

February 12, 2014

Dear Friends,

I invite all high-school-aged women in my Congressional District to join me for an inspirational morning to learn empowering communication, meet role models working in STEM professions and get practical money management advice. This FREE event on the Facebook campus will give you ideas and tools to become tomorrow’s leaders and innovators!

We will have great speakers and workshops focusing on Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education and smart financial planning for the future. Space is limited to the first 200 high school students, so sign up early! Also, please note that if your parents want to join you, they must sign up as well.


Saturday March 1st

10:00 a.m. – Noon

Facebook Campus Building 15

1 Hacker Way

Menlo Park

Map it!


Young Women sign up here!

Parents sign up here!


Feel free to call my District Office at (650) 342-0300 with questions. I look forward to seeing you on March 1!


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Steve February 13, 2014 at 09:51 AM
Wasn't it Ms. Speier who said "Men shouldn't have a voice in abortion law because they don't have a vagina"? HOW can you feature this woman on your page after a statement like that? Do you care nothing for your own journalistic credibility? I'm constantly amazed at the statements from public figures that just get ignored by the press.
Bhatman February 13, 2014 at 02:34 PM
Leaving the above comment aside for being just stupid, I have an issue with Jackie Speier ignoring the largest segment of her constituency who need help in reaching their educational goals.... men! OK, I get it, Jackie Speier is a woman who's interests and agenda springs from a time when women were not getting their fair share, and in some aspects this is still true. But Ms. Speier was elected to represent all San Mateo residents, not just those who share her gender. So how are women doing today - what's the status of women in higher education? In reality it is now men who are being left behind. Nationwide, more women aspire to college, enroll in college, and stick around for graduation than men. Jackie Speier should focus on what is driving men away from college, and how can they get back in the game. College should never again be a prospect that favors one gender over another. Many experts believe this shift, one of the biggest among college demographics, has been driven by a growth of incentives and opportunities for women to complete college. Isn't it time for Jackie Speier to extend her efforts to those who need it most?


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