At Girls Inc. of San Antonio, teens become leaders and role models. Programs for girls in middle and high school address important issues such as sexism, racism, healthy relationships, and the prevention of risky behaviors. All girls learn about career choices, college admissions, and other post-secondary opportunities. Teens also have access to leadership workshops, community service, and adult mentors.
Programs are open to teens who have been previously enrolled in our programs as well as those who are new to Girls Inc. Teens can participate in one or all the workshops as they stand alone. However, we recommend that teens participate in all the days offered for a well-rounded experience and to build positive relationships with the other girls and the facilitators of the group.
Girls who have been a part of Girls Inc. programs for two or more years are able to apply for a Girls Inc. National College Scholarship.
For more information, please contact Sherry Cook, Program Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 210-298-5862.
Current Teen Programs
High school Juniors and Seniors attain relevant leadership and social emotional learning (SEL) skills that will help them throughout their career trajectory and graduate high school with the skills and confidence to pursue their post-secondary plans; successfully navigate through their college experience; and strive towards securing paid internship opportunities.
Open to all girls in 11th-12th grade.
Girls Inc. Rising Leaders (G.I.R.L.) Program
This program is geared towards middle school girls interested in building their personal leadership skills and confidence. Rising Leaders is designed to support teens in navigating adolescence and focus on confidence, resilience, and kindness. Open to all girls in 6th-8th grade.
Girls Taking Action
This program focuses on helping girls build their leadership and advocacy skills and provides high school teens with exposure to college and career learning opportunities. Open to all girls in 9th-10th grade.