Virtual Programming

Experience Girls Inc. delivered in a safe and enriching virtual environment. Trained mentors and facilitators guide girls through research-based and interactive curricula that address positive body image, healthy relationships, economic literacy, self-advocacy, and more.

WHO:

Any girl age 6 – 14. Girls engage in age-appropriate groups.

WHEN:

Programming will take place each month in 4-week sessions. Girls meet for at least one hour and 15 minutes twice a week. 

Programs are offered on the following days and times for each age group:

1st through 4th graders: Mondays and Wednesdays from 11:00am-12:15pm or Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:00pm – 5:15pm

5th through 8th graders: Mondays and Wednesdays from 5:00pm-6:15pm or Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:15am-10:30am.

Programs are offered monthly, beginning on September 21st and are offered through the remainder of the school year; dates are listed below.

WHERE:

All programming is facilitated online over secure Zoom video calls. 

COST:

Each 4-week session (including materials and supplies) will cost $20 (payable online).

Limited income-based scholarships are available upon parent request and application approvalFor more information, contact Caryn Davis at 317.296.3404 or cdavis@girlsincindy.org.

 

Curriculum

September 21- October 14: Redefining Beauty and She Votes

Redefining Beauty builds self-esteem and self-confidence in girls by confronting body image stereotypes.

She Votes gives girls the skills and confidence to envision themselves as both future voters and future candidates.

October 26- November 19: Work It Out and She Votes

Work It Out empowers girls to navigate the conflict in their lives by developing empathy for others and understanding the consequences of hurtful behavior.

She Votes gives girls the skills and confidence to envision themselves as both future voters and future candidates.

November 30-December 18: Project BOLD and Economic Literacy

Project BOLD helps girls identify resources and people to increase their personal safety while providing basic self-defense techniques.

Economic Literacy builds self-reliance for girls as they embrace the knowledge that they are in control of their financial future.