Local Events

Invest In a Girl CelebrationOctober 28, 2014 at 7:00PM at the Von Braun Center. We are pleased to announce that we will have Dr. Condoleezza Rice as our featured speaker. Read more

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Fuel Her Fire, and She Will Change the World

She will not be another statistic. Girls Inc. believes every girl can succeed. That’s why the trained professionals of Girls Inc. are there for our girls every day – supporting, mentoring, and guiding them in a safe, girls-only environment – building bonds that go beyond the school years.

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News

Outreach Forensic Science STEM Camp 2014The Girls Inc. Outreach Program recently hosted a STEM camp in partnership with the AMRDEC Outreach Program on Redstone Arsenal. During this 3-day training, middle school girls learned investigative and problem-solving techniques to solve mathematical problems in the form of forensic science. Read more and view photos

Girls Inc. Receives $500,000 Grant from Lockheed Martin to Support STEMOn the heels of a pilot program which yielded positive attitudes about STEM in girls, Girls Inc. of Huntsville and nine other affiliates will benefit from a new partnership with Lockheed Martin to strengthen programs and ensure more girls consider and are interested in pursuing STEM careers. Read more

Girls Inc. Partners with NordstromWhen you shop Nordstrom’s new brand, Treasure&Bond, 5% of net profits will go toward Girls Inc. and fueling girls’ fire to grow up healthy, educated, and independent. Look great and give back!

A Letter Worth SharingGirls Inc. is committed to being a voice for girls and sharing the realities they face through advocacy for increased resources. In a letter to the editor of The New York Times, Girls Inc. President and Chief Executive Judy Vredenburgh and others discuss the need for better strategies to support young Americans of color, particularly young girls, who account for two-thirds of the girls served through the organization. Read more