Teen Programs

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 scook@girlsincsa.org or at 210-298-5862.

Current Teen Programs

Annual Back to School Conference

Incoming 6th – 8th grade girls are invited to a 4-hour workshop featuring a variety of round table discussions and guest speakers that will give them the tools needed for a successful school year! Attendance is FREE and girls receive a “new to you” outfit from the back to school boutique.

G.I.R.L. (Girls Inc. Rising Leaders) Program

Specifically designed for middle school girls, this “surviving adolescence” program includes monthly workshops, a weekend retreat, and opportunities to resiliency skills to thrive during the often-challenging middle school years.

Register for the 2021-2022 school year.

Mentors Valuing Peers (MVP) Program

The pinnacle of Girls Inc. of San Antonio’s Teen Leadership program is MVP. This program focuses on girls in high school, providing opportunities to strengthen their leadership skills and serve as positive peer role models for younger girls in their communities.

Register for the 2021-2022 school year.