After school/ seasonal

After school/ seasonal programs

Girls Inc of Northern Alberta Run Club participate in Fort McMurray Marathon 2019

The programs delivered by Girls Inc. of Northern Alberta staff and volunteers are specially designed for girls and are based on years of research and development. The programs are designed to inspire girls to be 'Strong, Smart and Bold,' live healthy and physically active lives; navigate media messages, and develop an interest in science, math and technology.

To learn more about our programs and what is available for your daughter please call: 780-790-9236 or email our Program Director, PD@girlsincofnorthernalberta.org

 After School & Seasonal Programs

 

Girls Inc. Operation SMART®

Girls develop enthusiasm for and skills in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). This program is presented in partnership with BrainSTEM AllianceThis 8 session program runs on Saturdays starting in September and is designed to introduce girls aged 10-14* to engineering concepts.

Girls Inc of Northern Alberta SMART Program
Girls Inc of Northern Alberta Staying Strong Mentoring Group

Girls Inc. Run Club

The Girls Inc. Run Club has been developed to create a girls only environment where young girls could feel comfortable to be active, develop friendships, recognize their potentials & strengths, and gain confidence in their abilities to be physically active and with their bodies.

 

Girls Inc. Staying Strong Mentoring Program

Girls learn from interacting with mentors about community, communication, healthy friendships while improving self-esteem, and leadership skills. This program is facilitated by trained mentors and Girls Inc. staff.

Girls At Bat

Girls Inc. of Northern Alberta and Jays Care Foundation.  The program is specially designed to make both playing and coaching feel fun and safe that girls and young women who would normally sit on the side-lines or not even go near the field, have the courage to try. Once on the field, the program weaves fun and challenging baseball drills and skills with vital self-esteem, team-building and personal health activities to ensure that all participants gain far more than baseball skills.

Girls Inc of Northern Alberta Girls at Bat Program
Girls Inc of Northern Alberta

 Other Programs

 

Girls Inc.  Economic Literacy®

Girls learn about money and the economy, including how to manage, invest, and save money and how to help others through philanthropy.

Girls Inc. Healthy Sexuality

Girls acquire the knowledge and skills for taking charge of and making informed decisions about their sexual health.

Girls Inc. Leadership and Community Action℠

Girls build leadership skills and create lasting social change through community action projects. With support from women in their community, girls celebrate the heritage of girls and women as leaders and social change agents and realize their own power as community resources and trustees of the common good. Components include Discovery® and In Our Own Hands®.

Girls Beware

One day community workshop for girls ages 12-16. Girls learn about community resources they may need to access as they are finding their independence. Program focuses on violence prevention and safety for young girls.

ASM+

After-School Math Plus is a math activity program that is informal and fun, with built-in literacy, science, and career connections. The activities are designed around four thematic units: jumping rope, music art, and the built environment.

Girls Inc. Sporting Chance®

Builds movement and athletic skills, cooperative and competitive spirit, health awareness, and interest in all sports as girls explore the benefits of an active lifestyle.

In Development

 

New Beginnings

New Beginnings is a designed to equip participants with the tools to break the cycle of gender based violence (GVB) and intergenerational violence (IGV) surrounding Indigenous girls and women in northern Alberta. 

Power of Stories

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