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Want to Inspire Girls?

Become a Volunteer Program Facilitator.

Are you strong, smart, and bold? Sign up today to become a Program Facilitator!


A Girls Inc. Program Facilitator emulates our mission of being strong, smart, and bold. She recognizes the specific challenges girls face, and helps them think about gender issues and how to overcome them. Each facilitator has past experiences and/or interest in working with groups of school age children; and has a desire to learn more about working with diverse populations.

Time Commitment: We are asking volunteers to commit to 1 hour per week, 1 day a week, for 6 consecutive weeks. Our programs are Monday – Friday with start times starting between 9:00am and 5:00pm based upon program locations. Training sessions are conveniently scheduled to meet the needs of busy volunteers.

*Volunteers should plan to commit up to one additional hour per week for preparation and travel to the program site. Our goal is to place volunteers within 10-15 minutes from work or home, whichever is most convenient.

Online volunteer applications can be submitted at:

Have questions? Contact Nakisha Jones at or (317) 522-2608.




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