JH Hull Middle School is a Title 1 site supervised under the Torrance Unified School District. Approximately 713 students are enrolled in the grades sixth through eighth (Wareham, 2016). Among the current student population, approximately 9% of the students are actively enrolled in a campus STEM course (i.e. computer programming, robotics, and electronics). There is no indicated count for the student body’s interest in pursuing college education at the middle school. Focusing on the the topics of college and STEM education the Hawk Girls Build LA campaign would greatly benefit the school site in driving student success throughout the secondary education experience by providing access to establishing STEM college and career goals; and, opportunity to integrate their interest and skills from other academic subject areas. The team dedicated that the deficiency in female representation in the STEM courses was worth addressing. The team officers ranked the category of College/Career and STEM Education access as the most vital in planning for their successes in the future. They felt that knowledge of college, career, and STEM opportunities were most important to them and their community. In a survey conducted with 300 students from the school site, these students also ranked college/career/STEM access as the most important benefit to focus on for the 2017-2018 year.