GAP!’s elementary and middle school programming promotes confidence, competence, and community building.
Enrolling now for our Rising 6th and Rising 9th grade 3-day summer workshops!
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Raising Girls inspires thought and dialogue for caregivers and educators to help girls thrive.
Thanks to everyone who attended the May 2 discussion of The Emotional Life of Girls.
Click here for notes from the event.
Click here for a list of books and resources recommended at the event.
Visit Our Resources Page for notes on other past events and useful tools about raising girls.
High school enrichment promotes healthy relationships and leadership skills through mentoring and education.
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.
Mark Your Calendars!
The Emotional Life of Girls: This discussion will speak about life through puberty, & how to know when to take action beyond home council.
Wednesday, May 2, at the Teton County Library
A girl’s emotional landscape ranges far and wide, fast, and unexpected. Raising Girls’ Carrie Kirkpatrick will guide a discussion about the normal stresses, anxieties, fears, and moods of a girl, as well as when it is appropriate to seek counsel outside of the home.
For more details, contact Jess @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Raising Girls typically hosts three events a year to inspire thought and dialogue to help girls thrive. See “About” for past events!
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 a sense of agency for a vision that is guided by women thinking, acting, and leading like women.