- Recipient of a 2017 Grant from Neda Nobari Foundation, to bring computer science workshops to 100 girls in West Sacramento, including refugee girls.
- Recipient of a 2016 Google RISE Award, to bring computer science workshops to 100 girls in Yolo County.
- Recipient of a Soroptimist grant in 2014 and in 2016 to teach Robotics and Tech-Art in King High school in Davis.
- Nominated as the project of the year by AAUW Davis in 2011 and awarded a grant.
Collaborations and programs
- Inspire-Tech has been participating in Tech-trek since 2012 teaching Robotics to more that 2100 girls across three campuses: University of California, Davis , University of California, Irvine and University of California, Sonoma.
- Inspire-Tech has been offered workshops to 410 Girls Scouts in the annual Girl Scouts STEM Fair.
- In 2010 Inspire-Tech started participating in an annual STEM Fair for girls from Sacramento and Woodland middle schools at University of California, Davis. This was made possible by a five-year grant by National Science Foundation.
- Inspire-Tech teamed up with the University of California, Davis to offer technology workshops to more than 60 girls from elementary schools in Davis and neighboring communities. This event was funded by UCD and an AAUW grant.