Last fall, we launched a new platform for telling the stories of Girls Inc. Our blog, “The Inspiration Project,” has provided a space for sharing program highlights, personal reflections, and the inside scoop on all things Girls Inc. The Inspiration Project is still young, but I thought it’d be fun to review what you, the reader, found interesting in our first few months.
Here’s what drew your attention (via pageviews) in 2010:
10. We start off with a tie between The Fearless Nonprofit, which provides a glimpse into our brave decision to deliver programs through outreach, and My Strong, Smart, and Bold Role Model, which describes how Jessica became a Girls Inc. girl with the help of her role model.
9. Get to know our newest program support coordinator, Adrianne Slash: Adrianne Slash Joins Girls Inc.
8. The impact of our programs lasts beyond those four to six weeks. Jessica shares her excitement when girls describe what Girls Inc. is: Redefining Beauty – Now and Later.
7. Follow Sarah through her day as if it were structured like one of our programs: If My Day Ran Like a Girls Inc. Program.
6. Inspiration goes both ways! Jessica gets inspired from one girl’s promise to be a better friend: Inspired by Girls: First Week of Fall Programs.
5. Adrianne reflects on what it takes to be a good friend from the creation of a group mural: What Makes a Good Friend?
4. There’s so much to do with girls in Indianapolis! Abri shared her ideas for fun activities in the area: Holiday Activities for Girls.
3. The issue of bullying in schools, in particular among girls, continues to gain national attention. Here’s Sarah’s take on it in Indianapolis following a Work It Out program session: Hopeful While Observing Girls in “Work It Out.”
2. Mollie shares her volunteer insight as she introduces our winter programs: Sign up Today for Winter Programs.
1. Drum roll please… The post introducing Christen Peterson, our Public Ally topped the chart for 2010. Meet Our Public Ally shares Christen's background and expresses our excitement to have Christen share her talents through facilitating Girls Inc. programs.
What would you like to read more about in 2011?