I let some of the girls wear my pilot headsets, and we all got up on stage to give our introductions at the Frontiers of Flight Museum.
Exercises included how to read a flight planning sheet, how to calculate different things related to aviation, and teams were made up with different groups where they would be either at the tables listening to professional pilots who are women and members of the 99's, or in the auditorium for presentations with the same format.
We got on stage as a group to tell them how long we have been flying, there was a presentation over different careers that are involved in aviation.
If you are not aware of what the 99s are, they are a group of 99 women who founded an aviation club that included Amelia Earhart. https://www.ninety-nines.org/ They have opportunities for scholarships for some of the members and I learned about them by doing some research at the Special Collections Library, where our advisor for an Aviation Club (that the founding president asked me to file a non-profit status for the paperwork) had out advisor, which is in McDermott library at the University of Texas at Dallas. They had their yearbook in there, so I contacted the organization to see what the requirements were to join, and I also donated a book that I expressed interest in having an OCW Open-Course Ware format, that deals with Aerospace Engineering, because I had gotten permission from the author who was at MIT at the time, before she became an administrator under Charles Bolden- Dava Newmann.
As an educator with AIAA, it was a project I had meant to do in my spare time to learn with, and have information available to those who were interested in the architecture of aerospace craft.