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The YWCA provides programming for girls 9-15 that supports them in becoming leaders today as well as offers youth development for engaging them in their future. GirlPower! provides enrichment activities that focus on academic success, leadership and community engagement, and economic independence. Girls can develop and apply skills that will help them become more confident, empowered, and create a community they vision. We offer a girl only safe space where they are encouraged to use their voices to promote solutions that affect them. GirlPower! is a site based program and is offered in a variety of settings, times, and spaces which allows us to bring programming to them. GirlPower! partners with schools, juvenile detention settings, and other community programs to bring our mission of empowering women and girls.

If you are interested in bringing GirlPower! to your site or organization please contact us at 218.722.7425 ext. 102

During the school year, Girl Power programming takes place at Nettleton Elementary, Lester Park Elementary, Lowell Elementary, Piedmont Elementary and Laura Macarthur Elementary:

Nettleton:               3rd - 5th grade girls:  M-W 3:30 p.m. - after school 

Lester Park:           3rd - 5th grade girls:  M-W 2:30 p.m. - after school

Lowell:                  3rd - 5th grade girls:  Thursdays after school

Piedmont:              4th & 5th grade girls:  Tues & Thurs - lunch 

Laura Macarthur:   4th & 5th grade girls:  Mon -  Thurs - lunch









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