During my AiC visits, I realized that many high school students in Eastern Washington don't really know what computer science is or what a career in computer science might be like. One very open high school principal wondered whether he could visit WSU with some of his best female students. This was the start of the EECS High School Partnership Program that we're building. We're hoping to have female students from a total of 10 high schools within a 2.5-hour driving range come to the WSU campus annually. They would spend 4 hours on campus doing various activities, including a meet-and-greet; a tour of the EECS facilities; playing with robots in the robotics labs; learning about computing club and research activities; having lunch with female college students while learning about these students, how and why they got into computing, what their plans are, and asking them questions, and after lunch doing a "speed dating" event on a specific topic with these students in groups; and finally ending the visit with a 1-hour hands-on programming event.