As we finish up the second program of the RTSWS academic year-long model, The Wall Street Experience Field Trip, we thought we'd take a moment to reflect on our tremendous growth and put it into perspective. 
RTSWS is one of the fastest growing nonprofits focused on the M of STEM in the nation. It has been recognized by The White House, the United Nations, Catalyst, Nasdaq, and The Today Show for its outcomes in engineering social and industrial change. 
RTSWS brings math project based learning to the classroom. Financial and investment literacy is taught with relevance to our students’ lives, 73% of whom are BIPOC and 48% from low income families.
RTSWS goes further than just offering this subject matter. We introduce girls to careers in the M of STEM; professions which lift people out of poverty in one generation. These high paying careers coupled with the investment tools and knowledge results in RTSWS actually closing the gender and racial wage AND wealth gaps. This is critical if we are to have more women participating in the capital markets. They need to have the capital to save and invest.
They learn from us that there are investment options designed for them. This results in creating better lives for themselves and their families. In turn, this starts a new generation of skilled, financially independent women to continue the cycle of creating a better future for their families and their communities and society at large. 
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Wall Street Experience Field Trips 

Over the past two months, girls from 60+ high schools across 34 US, UK and Canadian cities, got to SEE what a career in finance looks like. These field trips are one of the most impactful programs of the RTSWS model. We know because our students tell us. Take a peek below at just a tiny fraction of these eye-opening trips. 
Eleanor Roosevelt High School and Manhattan Village High School field trip to Man Group in NY, NY
Oakland Catholic High School Field Trip to BNY Mellon in Pittsburgh, PA
Kitsilano Secondary School Field Trip to Broadbridge Canada in Vancouver, Canada
Manhattan Hunter Science High School field trip to Corebridge Financial in NY, NY
RTSWS continues to be a resource for our students and alumnae long after they’ve completed our programs. The RTSWS Vocational and Career platform provides our students the opportunity to search and obtain internships and entry-level, high-paying STEM jobs offered by over 70 of our corporate partners globally. 

Employers, sponsors and organizations can also access the Vocational Career Platform to schedule company info sessions, recruiting sessions, post internships and entry-level jobs as well as view RTSWS student and alumnae resumes.

Click HERE to learn more.
We are grateful for the support from our incredible sponsors that has led us to an exciting year with more schools and students participating in the '22-'23 school year than ever before.
Support for Rock The Street, Wall Street means giving young women the opportunity to be held to high expectations and motivate them to become financially responsible.
Thank you for your consideration in making a tax-deductable donation to equip girls with life-long financial skills.
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All royalty proceeds from Undiversified will be donated to Rock The Street Wall Street (RTSWS), a 501(c)(3) charity.

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