Each year, the girls who participate with Strong Women, Strong Girls engage in a service-learning project. They use their voices to spotlight a cause of concern, and take tangible and proactive steps to combat the problem. In the process, they are building leadership and civic engagement…Read More
Posted by Cat Scott Jan 1, 2011 Program, Research
One of the questions I get frequently as a Chapter Director is, “Why do you only include girls in your program?” I’ve heard it from the girls, my mentors, girls’ parents, generous donors, and other interested parties. To learn how to answer this question, I did some research as to…Read More
This year marks the anniversary of 90 years of women’s right to vote in the United States. I happily joined in the celebrations sprinkled throughout the country to commemorate this important milestone by watching “Iron-Jawed Angels” in Boston. The crowd was comprised of high school and college students,…Read More
Posted by Gabrielle Rossetti Nov 11, 2010 Boston, Program, Skills
This week, my girls at Cathedral Grammar learned about Geraldine Ferraro, a strong competitor in the political sphere. Geraldine Ferraro was the first woman to run for vice president in the United States and paved the way for other women to reach positions of power in politics.
After reading…Read More