BORN FREE was one of several hundred gender equity programs created through the United States’ Women’s Educational Equity Act in 1974. Developed in the Counseling and Student Personnel Psychology Program (CSPP) in the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, BORN FREE consists of multimedia training materials (hard copy, videos, video viewer guides, training packets, and multiple content and process training materials and reports. Its purpose was to reduce career-related gender-role stereotyping and expand career options for both girls and boys, men and women. It was developed before computers were widely used in the College of Education; hence, only hard copies have been available. The program, conducted in collaboration with 13 other educational institutions kindergarten though college, produced materials which were disseminated by the Gender Equity Resource Center in Newton, Massachusetts, for over 14 years. While the training materials were primarily for educators (teams of teachers, counselors, administrators, and other staff), the target population was adults who work with students.