Women Fly is an annual event hosted by The Museum of Flight for young women interested in aviation and aerospace careers. Dayton GEAR UP took 8 young women to Seattle, WA to participate in a series of inspirational and career-oriented workshops led by exceptional women working in aerospace related fields. The theme for Women Fly 2015 was “Saving the World Through Aviation.” Special guests included; Lieutenant Commander Kelly Deutermann, helicopter pilot for the US Coast Guard, and Jessica Cox, Motivational Speaker and the world’s first armless pilot. The workshop gave the young women ideas of what kinds of careers they can obtain, and what to look for in a STEM program. Besides attending a workshop of their choice, the girls were able to tour the museum. In the museum there are 27 different exhibits such as Air Force One, and World War I and II. Besides the exhibits, the Museum of Flight has many collections which they acquire and preserve a wide array of materials and artifacts relating to aviation and space history and provides a center for the scholarly research of these materials and artifacts. The Museum holds one of the largest and most comprehensive air and space collections in the United States, containing millions of rare photographs and negatives, a world-class library, tens of thousands of artifacts, and over 150 rare aircraft and space vehicles.