News and Events

January 30th, 2015

Girls Share What Makes a Good Friend

Girls Inc.

This Valentine’s Day, we want to share some advice from the girls in our Work It Out programs. The girls in these programs work to become stronger in friendship skills as well as learn to deal with difficulties in their friendships. At the end of the program, they share what they feel is the most […]

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January 30th, 2015

Brackets for Good Indianapolis Selects Girls Inc.

Girls Inc.

We are proud to announce that we were selected to participate in Brackets for Good Indianapolis! Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis was selected along with 63 other nonprofit organizations from over 100 applications that were submitted. Brackets for Good began in 2011 when Butler University’s men’s basketball team made it to their second national championship game. […]

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January 30th, 2015

Dove Promotes Body Confidence

Girls Inc.

The new Dove “Love Your Curls” campaign is about embracing all different kinds of beauty. A survey of 859 women revealed that only ten percent of respondents believed their hair was beautiful. Dove also found that only four out of ten girls feel that their naturally curly hair is beautiful. The girls featured discuss their negative feelings about their hair, with some saying, […]

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January 30th, 2015

Featured Volunteer: Brittani Caddell

Girls Inc.

Since participating in her first program in January 2014, Brittani Caddell has signed up for every program cycle and we couldn’t be happier that she is leading her fifth program with us this winter! Always dependable, thoughtful, and determined, she has been an exceptional role model for all Girls Inc. girls. What have you enjoyed […]

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January 30th, 2015

Featured Supporter:TCU

Girls Inc.

      Girls Inc. Smart programs help girls increase their financial knowledge, explore their educational and career options, and participate in hands-on science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) activities. Smart programs include: Girls Inc. Economic Literacy® Economic Literacy uses hands-on projects or experiences to help girls understand financial concepts and prepares them to be […]

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January 30th, 2015

Conquering Your New Year’s Resolutions

Girls Inc.

Did you make a New Year’s resolution? We are well into the month of January and it can sometimes be easy to start forgetting about those New Year’s resolutions. It could be that there is now a “cheat day” each week after starting to eat healthier. Maybe the goal was to go to the gym […]

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January 29th, 2015

Proud to be a Girls Inc. Girl: Jourdann Borski

Girls Inc.

There are moments in your life that define you as a person. These times often happen when you least expect them to happen or when you do not even realize they are happening. As important is these moments are, the moments that happen in between are just as important. Every girl deserves to be congratulated […]

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January 20th, 2015

Getting Back in the School Groove

Girls Inc.

We just had the long winter holiday break and are now all being reminded of work, school and any other activities that we may be involved in. Whether you’re in elementary school, starting your last semester of college or a working adult, it can sometimes be difficult to stay focused when returning to school or […]

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January 2nd, 2015

New Approach to New Year’s Resolutions

Girls Inc.

New Year’s Day is a time when we look back and reflect on what has happened to us over the last year. We may laugh at the silly things that we did, regret the bad decisions we made, or smile at the memories made that will last a lifetime. The New Year is also a […]

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January 2nd, 2015

Update: Young Women In Leadership Program

Girls Inc.

Girls today face a societal norm of male dominated leadership roles. Often they internalize these expectations and remove themselves from seeking top positions in education and in the work force. In 2014, we started our Young Women in Leadership (YWIL) program. YWIL encourages girls to seek male dominated leadership roles, plan for secondary education and/or […]

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