News and Events

April 25th, 2017

Interactive Activities

Whitney Thomas

We’re sure you’ve heard about our mission, to inspire all girls to be Strong, Smart and Bold… but do you know what that means? Sometimes it’s hard for volunteers and supporters to put into words what our mission stands for, so we’re here to lay it out for you. During our program cycles, girls are […]

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April 18th, 2017

Researched-Based Curricula

Whitney Thomas

Of the 6 total elements of the Girls Inc. experience, we’ve covered our first three essential elements of the Girls Inc. experience: Girls-Only Environments, Mentoring Relationships and Intentional Programming. The fourth essential element of the Girls Inc. experience is Researched-Based Curricula. Similar to Intentional Programming, this element is very relevant and researched, in order to […]

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April 13th, 2017

Intentional Programming

Whitney Thomas

Of the 6 total elements of the Girls Inc. experience, we’ve covered our first two essential elements of the Girls Inc. experience, Girls-Only Environments and Mentoring Relationships. Now let’s dive into our third element: Intentional Programming. This holistic, compensatory and intentional focus on girls’ needs provides exposure to a wide variety of experiences and options […]

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April 6th, 2017

Featured Supporter: Barb Fleming

Whitney Thomas

“Without your support, our mission wouldn’t be possible,” says Barb Fleming, owner of BAF Corporation. Barb’s  involvement with Girls Inc. began back in the year 2000. She has proven many times how important it is to stand up for girls, and we absolutely admire her support! “Of course, anything to do with girls has always been […]

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April 6th, 2017

Mentoring Relationships!

Whitney Thomas

Where would you be without a mentor? Or better yet, where would you be with one? According to the homepage of Mentoring.org, youth who have a mentor are 55 percent more likely to go to college, 78 percent more likely to volunteer, 90 percent more likely to become a mentor themselves, and 130 percent more […]

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