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Girls Inc. has shown me that college is not an option; it is a necessity if I want to succeed in life. It will open doors like never before." - Brianna, Girls Inc. National Scholar


Scholar Spotlight

Bianca Tops HBCU's List

As a young teen, Brisma didn’t think she would face many challenges. She had a great relationship with her mother, who was her closest confidante, and they often spoke about her future. Brisma’s family was always there for her, and they inspired her to pursue her career path of becoming a child psychologist. For Brisma, the challenges that she didn’t think she would face came just as she started high school when her mother began a job that took her away from home and a family member was deployed to Iraq. Brisma was chastised in front of her peers and was told her that she would not get into college and, quickly, she began to believe what she was being told.

When Girls Inc. came to her school, Brisma discovered how she could handle the challenges in her life. Here, she learned about maintaining healthy relationships with friends and family members and how to communicate to her mother that she felt alone and forgotten. The confidence to speak up for herself also helped Brisma succeed in school, where she renewed her drive to attend college and study psychology: a field she is studying today at San Diego State University.  


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Girls Inc. Heads Back to School

Girls Inc. offers activities and experiences in areas ranging from literacy to math and science and peer mentoring to support the learning that girls receive in school.

We’re helping girls set goals, improve their performance inside the classroom, and develop a curiosity and love of learning that expands beyond their school years.

Girls Inc. Joins Google Made with Code

September is full of new beginnings and setting academic goals for the school year ahead. This summer we started something new at Girls Inc., too: coding! In partnership with Google’s Made with Code, Girls Inc. is giving hundreds of girls the opportunity to learn the skills that will equip them for careers in tech, an industry largely under-represented by women. 

This fall, Made with Code will continue to teach girls how to code, giving them an edge in a growing industry. Get an inside look and stay tuned for more updates from Girls Inc. coders!

Campaign Spotlight: Girls Inc. in the New York Times

We are thrilled to announce that Girls Inc. and our "With You in Her Corner" campaign were featured in the New York Times Business section. This campaign shares alarming statistics about the issues girls face today and, through the words of girls themselves, shows that with Girls Inc. in their corner, they will fight to overcome these obstacles and succeed.

Learn more about the campaign and share the mission video

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Teavana Oprah Chai Benefits Girls Inc.

Teavana Oprah Chai Tea is on sale at Starbucks and Teavana stores across the U.S. and Canada. Proceeds from the sale of Teavana Oprah Chai benefit Girls Inc., so try a chai, take a picture, and share it using #TeavanaOprahChai and #girlsinc.

Learn more about Girls Inc. and Teavana Oprah Chai. 

Girls Inc. Receives 4-Star Rating

Girls Inc. is proud to announce that we received the coveted 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, America’s premier charity evaluating agency. Our rating, the highest rank designated by Charity Navigator, symbolizes the Girls Inc. commitment to sound fiscal management, accountability, and transparency.

Take a closer look at what our 4-star rating from Charity Navigator means. 

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