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Girls Rock student Rachel McIntosh was a #rockstar at the @unitedwaymiami annual meeting & volunteer awards. Rachel recited poem...
Girl Power Featured in Our Weekly Los Angeles
Girl Power is making an impact with a recent feature in Our Weekly Los Angeles. Read Full Story.
Girl Power Featured in Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Girl Power is rocking in media with a recent feature in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. Read Full Story
Summer STEAM Workforce Training Camp 2021
Our summer camp experience included a range of field trips, including a visit to the Frost Science Museum to learn about history.
Know your mentor
Meet Meieli and Kayla who have been matched since 2019. This image is of the two of them on an outing enjoying Fireman Derrick's pies.
Over the past 8 years, Girl Power has been fortunate to have Ms. Rolinda McCarthy serve as Treasurer of the Board of Directors.
Our donor this month is not only dedicated to making people feel and look their best, but they are also improving the lives of young girls.
We've come together this month to celebrate the power of being a girl and acknowledge the advances we have made in keeping girls safe.
August 2021 PowerSource Newsletter
Girl Power is a leading advocate for the social, mental, and physical health and wellness of girls of color around the globe.
Girl Power Promotes Sister Circle Mentoring Coordinator from Within
Girl Power recently promoted Ms. Miriam Martin to the Coordinator of the Sister Circle Mentoring Program (SCM).
Often girls are sexually abused for years as teenagers and that impacts their emotional and psychological states creating a cycle of abuse.
The aging out crisis
Foster care kids age out of the system, the moment they turn 18, and then they have to leave their foster homes and survive on their own.
Girls need help and support, not judgment and punishment
Some teenage girls are often labeled as “fast” or problem child, especially those who may seem to have a little sass and a smart mouth,...
Program Corner: What a year!!!
This past year has been challenging for all whether it's from the social distancing measures due to COVID-19 or unemployment.
First-time Honor Roll Student "Daijah"
Daijah has been a part of Girl Power since her 7th-grade year. This year she became a first-time honor roll student and has been selected to
Mentoring Makes a Difference: Are you ready to change the world?
I have big plans to make the Sister Circle Mentoring Program even greater and I am actively seeking great Mentors to join me.
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