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Event at 11:00 AM. Contact Girls Inc. if interested.

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Leadership and Community Actions

· Participants build leadership skills and create lasting social change through community

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Media Literacy

· Helps girls to analyze what they see and hear in the media and advocate for change in entertainment, news, and advertising. As girls create media that are more realistic and reflective of their lives, they learn about careers and positive use of media.
El Ceritto City Council Meeting

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Girls' Develop Enthusiasm

Girls are inspired and develop skills in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Through hands-on activities, girls come to view STEM careers as exciting and realistic option for themselves.

 
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Our Programs

Girls Inc. of Alameda County provides year-round academic achievement and skills-building programs , as well as counseling services to over 7,500 girls and families. No other Bay Area youth agency offers such comprehensive programming designed specifically for the unique needs of girls.

Girls Inc. WCCC

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Focus and Together We Can!

Girls Inc. of WCCC has been providing programs to underserved girls for the last 38 years and we have outreached to more than 6,000 youth during that time.

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Meet the Board

We will be leading into our year with a few new Board of Directors (Vicki Winston, Auna Harris, and Virchelle Lampley, and Joyce Muse

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Executive Director’s Note

Executive Director’s Note
 
“I was 10 years old and in the 5th grade at St.Joseph's Elementary School when I first participated in Girls Inc. -West Contra Costa County programs. As a young girl, I was sheltered and timid. During..."
 

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Mindful Goals

Girls Incorporated of West Contra Costa County has had a successful year in creating community partners, retaining and renewing funders, and surpassing our outreach goal of serving 200 youth!