SHE: She Can, She Will - Teens learn about women who have made an impact throughout history and in their communities. Teens are the selection committee for the annual UnBought & UnBossed Awards. They will select an honored woman from the community to be their mentor, many of the mentor/mentee relationships continue beyond the program. Through this process, they develop their interviewing, research and presentation skills.
The Bookworm Club - The Girls Inc. Literacy Initiative strives to improve the literacy skills of girls in 1st through 3rd grade by promoting a love of reading and providing fun and engaging programming that supports the school-based instruction that girls receive. Girls build developmentally appropriate reading skills so that they are equipped to succeed in school and participate more effectively in the Girls Inc. Experience. Locally, the Bookworm Club explores their world through literacy activities including reading aloud, storytelling, games, public speaking, reading, writing and the creative arts. Girls build on the fundamental building blocks of literacy, including phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension.
Club LIT(eracy) - A locally developed after school literacy program for girls in fourth and fifth grades. Club LIT is designed to keep girls engaged in reading through individual and peer group literacy activities in comprehension and fluency, strengthen their communication skills; both verbal and written and provide an environment that promotes a love for reading. This book club setting will allow girls to explore life and reading as they navigate through life experiences.
The Tech-Know Girl Club - A locally designed after-school STEM program for fourth and fifth grades (4-5). Through the use of research, hands-on exploration, and teamwork, girls look at science, technology, engineering, and math in a way that is relevant and engaging. Tech-Know Girl empowers girls to enjoy subject matter they might not typically have time to enjoy in a traditional classroom setting and consider career paths they might not otherwise have considered.
Discovery Girl - A locally designed program for 3rd-5th grade girls. This program will equip girls to strengthen their character through conflict resolution, building healthy relationships, goal setting and developing resiliency for the stages ahead.
Girls Inc. at CGLA - Partnering with CGLA to help enhance their 7th grade math enrichment program. In a classroom setting, girls work both independently and together to better understand grade-level math concepts. Coupling academic success with personal life skills, the program strives to help girls gain confidence and competence in all aspects of their lives.
Girls Take Charge - A locally developed program for middle school teens (6th- 8th). Girls will have the opportunity to learn about leadership, character development, practice healthy relationships, develop goal setting skills, receive job exposure, and ultimately grow in a better understanding of who they are.
Road To College and Career Success - Helps girls develop the strong foundation necessary for success in high school and college.
Tiny Tech's - (above TechKnow Girl) a locally designed STEAM program for 1st-3rd grade students to introduce them to STEAM. This hands-on experiment and project-based program allows participants to grow their interest and understanding of the different types of careers there are in the STEM fields.