Girls Actively Participating! promotes the success of girls through education, self discovery, and community building.

Girls Actively Participating

GAP!’s after school elementary and middle school programming promotes confidence, competence, and community building.

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Raising Girls

Raising Girls inspires thought and dialogue for caregivers and educators to help girls thrive.

Raising Girls is partnering to bring Dan Siegel to Jackson!

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Thrive

High school enrichment promotes healthy relationships and leadership skills through mentoring and education.

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Girls Actively Participating

GAP! programming is based off of critical research done around today’s most successful women from many walks of life. Research shows that thriving women possess three characteristics that allow her to become a ninja in her life endeavors: competence, confidence, and community connectedness. Meetings are designed for active community experience to enhance these characteristics.

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Raising Girls

Mark Your Calendars!

Presentation by Dr. Dan Siegel on How Our Relationships Shape Us.

Thursday, October 26, at the Center for Arts

This event is a partnership with St. John’s Medical Center Words on Wellness Speaker Series, The Teton County Library, and Teton County School District #1. Dan Siegel will speak to students, educators, and the community throughout his 2 day visit.

For more details, contact Jess @ gapgirljh@gmail.com

Raising Girls typically hosts three events a year to inspire thought and dialogue to help girls thrive. See “About” for past events!

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Thrive

In a world where social media extends the pressure to be perfect in every aspect of her life, all hours of the day, things can get a little out of hand.

Thrive is here to help! Group discussions and peer mentor meetings will explore the power of emotional intelligence in relationships. We’ll practice how to turn conflict (the “C” word!) into positive change. We’ll discuss eating disorders, the gender wage gap, misrepresentation of women in just about everything, and the sense of agency for a new vision for future women. One that comes from what women think women should look like, act like, and sound like.

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