Is there a correlation between etiquette and a young ladies future earning power?
The Etiquette Imperative program is designed for young ladies ages 7-14, to participate in an organized discussion surrounding the rules of etiquette in “age appropriate” etiquette tracks. Access to these life skills discussions may be utilized by girls in a variety of social situations. The Etiquette Imperative track culminates with a fine dining experience where each young lady will have the opportunity to demonstrate the skills she has learned.
Know your destination! The Me2Be Workshop Series provides young ladies with an opportunity to envision and create a tangible roadmap, complete with short and long term goals and actions steps to help them to develop into the women that they would like to become. Participants attend quarterly check-in meetings, work with mentors and share their stories while encouraging other peers throughout the process. Take a sneak peak of our most recent work with girls.
Informing and Empowering Young Ladies Through Literature.
The Bringing Books Back book club was developed by the young ladies of Girls Rule! for 'tween girls ages 7 - 14. The purpose of the book club is to promote literacy amongst 'tweens girls while providing a great way for them to socialize and discuss their favorite books!
The Purse-o-nality Program
The Purse-o-nality program helps young ladies connect the dots between education, quality of life and future earning potential while honing research, mathematic, presentation and social economic skills.
EYE for Change
(Engaging Youth Entrepreneurs)
EYE for Change provides young ladies with the opportunity to develop their entrepreneurial attitude, increase their financial IQ, and leadership skills by working with members of a peer led team to develop “their own” business plans, which are introduced to an audience of entrepreneurs.
The Girls Rule! Great Destinations Adventure Project funds cultural field trips for girls, ages
7 - 14, by subsidizing the cost of a Great Destinations Adventure Passport . Each Great Destinations Adventure Passport provides access to exploration of the arts, humanities and interpretive sciences (including performances, educational tours and exhibits).
The Girls Rule! Novel Destinations Summer Reading Club is a free*, web-based empowering program that helps girls to find great books and provides a multimedia platform for them to discover new authors, talk about books with other girls from across the country, and keep motivated to read all summer long.
With a focus on their importance in helping our young ladies succeed, the Girls Rule! Parent workshop component focuses on teaching parents how to support and to become apart of their children's learning as well as to reinforce what their child(ren) have learned as participants in our programs.
For more information about our program offerings,
please email or phone us at 312-479-0789.
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Girls Rule! promotes inter-generational relationships between women and girls, explores career pathways, enhances esteem and offers girls pathways to better decision making. This girl driven program also promotes participation in physical activities that will impact the health and well-being young ladies. Girls Rule! provides access to coaching, engaging and fun facilitator led workshops and enables young ladies to hone
their leadership, math, science, presentation and communication skills while working in peer led teams which organize field trips to local businesses where they will have access to successful professionals working in a variety of industries and fields.
The following programs may also be customized for implimentation in your school or at your community organization to best meet the needs of your youth population.
"It is easer to build strong children, than to repair broken men."
~ Frederick Douglass
'Children are not people of tomorrow, they're people of today.'
~ Janusz Korczak
"Treat a man as he is and he will remain as he is. Treat a man as he can and should be and he will become as he can and should be."
~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe