PROGRAM INTERN GIRLS INCORPORATED OF GREATER ATLANTA Position Overview: This position is an excellent fit for individuals looking to develop skills in nonprofit program management. The Program Intern position will provide support to all aspects of Girls Inc. programs. The intern will gain a broad exposure to the inner workings
Thanks to a generous in-kind contribution from Kennesaw State University, girls in our 2017 Summer University program will be able to participate in skill-building coding programs with Google Made with Code. KSU loaned 26 laptop computers to Girls Inc. of Greater Atlanta for the summer and girls are already exploring
Have you ever been a victim of bullying or harassment? Have you been a bully, experienced bullying, or participated as a bystander? Bullying and harassment is an issue that affects all of us. In fact, in the past year, 1 in 4 high school girls has been bullied on school
Summer Program Facilitator (Contract Position) Click Here to Download “Summer Program Facilitator Contractor Job Description” The Summer Program Facilitator is reports to the Director of Center Programs and will work directly with all program staff to fully implement direct program services to members and complete program evaluations and administrative duties.
We are pleased to announce the opening of the 2017 Joyce Dunaway Parker Scholarship! This scholarship is awarded to girls seeking funding for educational purposes, including a trade or vocational education, professional certificate program or a college or university program, and will be awarded in the amount of $1,000. Please click
Girls Incorporated of Greater Atlanta proudly announces the solicitation of nominations for its annual Strong, Smart & Bold Scholarship Awards. These scholarships recognize three young ladies whose positive attitudes are an inspiration to all who meet her. One winner from each category (strong, smart, bold) will receive an enrichment award.
What’s more rewarding than watching kids creative minds come alive creating a building block by block?! Girls Inc. will host the Block Kids Competition sponsored by Atlanta NAWIC Chapter 49. The Block Kids building block competition program was created in 1990 to introduce grades 1-6 to the construction industry. This
Girls Inc. of Greater Atlanta is currently seeking bids for building renovations. Interested parties can email Jennifer Walker, Director of Finance and Operations, at JWalker@GirlsIncATL.org for the bid packet.