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Now available: 2014 Girls Inc. Annual Report 
Thanks to you, our supporters and donors, Girls Inc. helps change the lives of hundreds of thousands of girls across the U.S. and Canada. Read about our achievements and the Girls Inc. girls who benefit most from your generosity.


Building Lasting Mentoring Bonds at Girls Inc.

In an effort to fit in and make friends at a new school, Emily did not want to let other girls know she excelled in her classes, so she pretended not to care about school. After two years of hiding her real self, Emily found Girls Inc. in her Orange County community. Here, Emily discovered opportunities to mentor girls, workshops that focused on overcoming negative body image stereotypes, and Eureka!, a Girls Inc. program that introduces girls to STEM fields and careers. 

Through mentorships from Girls Inc. leaders and guidance about how to apply to college, Emily was inspired to not only apply, but to be a role model for other girls who thought college was out of reach. Having the opportunity to interact with strong, influential women gave her the drive to be a similar leader. Using the mentoring skills she discovered at Girls Inc., Emily was elected president of an organization at her school that promotes teacher appreciation and she also continued to mentor younger girls. 

Today, Emily is preparing for a career as a teacher at Mills College in California. 

Read more about Emily's story


Women's History Month

March is Women's History Month - a tribute to women who, through their innovation and vision, have inspired generations of strong, smart, and bold leaders. What women do you admire? Tell us using #GirlsInc and #womenshistorymonth

Historical Highlight: Throughout Women’s History Month, we're celebrating game-changers. As the Head Computer Programmer at NASA, Mathematician Melba Roy Mouton advanced STEM and space exploration by creating computer programs that calculated the trajectory and location of space aircrafts. Mouton was promoted to Assistant Chief of Research Programs and was awarded the NASA Apollo Achievement Award.

Girls Inc. on Comcast Newsmakers

Girls Inc. President and CEO Judy Vredenburgh recently sat down with Comcast Newsmakers to discuss findings that say 63% of college-aged women never consider running for public office versus 43% of college-aged men.

Watch the discussion about how a lack of diverse female role models is impacting young women and what Girls Inc. is doing to inspire more girls to take on leadership roles.

Girls Inc. On Instagram

Girls Inc. is on Instagram! Follow us here to keep up with our girls and out strong, smart, and bold affiliates. 

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What Did You Build? 

Girls Inc. is proud to be a partner in Union Pacific's new Instagram contest, "What Did You Build?"  In honor of their 150th anniversary, Union Pacific is asking the public to share videos or photos that demonstrate something you've helped build. If your image or video is chosen, you can designate $150 to one charity partner, including Girls Inc.

Help us spread the word!

2015 Girls Inc. New York Luncheon

Thanks to our partners, sponsors and friends the 2015 New York Luncheon - Celebrating Women of Achievement on March 12th was an enormous success!

Thank you to our incredible National Scholars and Honorees for sharing your stories with us.

Click here to learn more about the event and stay tuned for video highlights from the event. 

RT @vj44: Huge announcement from @Microsoft that they'll require paid sick/family leave for contractors: #LeadOnLeav
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Sobering and sad facts on status of women board seat holders in the most powerful start-ups from @FortuneMagazine.
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RT @womenshistory: #HappyBirthday Sandra Day O’Connor, 1st woman appointed to the US Supreme Court #WHM2015
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Great idea @BuddingStem for creating clothing line 4 Girls that defies gender stereotypes #GirlsInc
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RT @HarvardBiz: "Sometimes managers don’t realize that they actually have to manage people," says @AETV CEO Nancy Dubuc:
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