Our Impact

Young Women
in Leadership

%

of girls participating in YWIL are...

  • On-track to graduate high school
  • Able to identify significant risk factors for high school dropout and identify ways to combat those risk factors
  • Planning to attend college, vocational or technical school, or enlist in the military

Preventing Adolescent Pregnancy

%

of girl participants demonstrate knowledge about reproductive health and can describe components of healthy living that ensure their health and positive body image

Lunch
Bunch

%

of girl participants can describe the connection between education and the pursuit of a career

Economic
Literacy

%

of girl participants are able to identify how to manage, invest, and save money to become economically self-sufficient and help others through philanthropy

Operation
SMART

%

of girl participants will perform hands-on activities to develop their enthusiasm for and skills in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) and to view STEM as a career option

Economic
Literacy

%

of girl participants are able to identify how to manage, invest, and save money to become economically self-sufficient and help others through philanthropy

Operation
SMART

%

of girl participants will perform hands-on activities to develop their enthusiasm for and skills in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) and to view STEM as a career option

Project
BOLD

%

of girl participants are able to identify strategies for preventing violence and increasing personal safety

Redefining
Beauty

%

of girl participants are able to identify the difference between gender-stereotyped views and gender-equitable views to promote increased self-esteem and self-concept

You can help empower all girls
to be strong, smart, and bold.