The Girl’s Inc. National Resource Center (NRC) in Indianapolis is the national organization’s research, information services, and training site. Professional research and evaluation conducted by the NRC provide the foundation for Girls Inc. programs. Our program descriptions are found below the number of girls served.
20% are the first in their family to graduate high school
Percentage of Girls by Age
Gives K-3rd grade girls the tools to develop a strong foundation of reading and writing skills that are the basis for academic success.
Introduces girls to basic economic and financial concepts, including money management, investment, and global economics.
Encourages girls to think critically about media messages and fosters their awareness of the power of the media and its effects on girls.
Builds girls’ skills and interest in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. To see a list of upcoming Summer Smart Camps please see our Camps and Classes for Kids page.
Girl Power!/Taking Care of Business
A two-part program for young teens focusing on health including self-esteem, stress management, healthy relationships, and health and hygiene, and pregnancy prevention.
Builds girls’ skills for resisting pressure to use harmful substances such as alcohol, tobacco, household chemicals, and other drugs.
Girls Beyond Bullying
Teaches girls how to positively navigate difficult social situations and overcome relational aggression.
Girls Inc. Leadership and Community Action
Helps girls build leadership skills and create lasting social change through community action projects.
College and Career Readiness
Helps teens prepare for life after high school. Topics include: How to Determine Your Next Phase in Education, How to Complete a College Application, Study Techniques, How to Finance a College Education, and Time Management.
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