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Empowering Young Women In Leadership

We offer young women leadership programs for high school girls that enable them to build skills and confidence that help them achieve their goals.

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Our Young Women Leadership Programs

Nerdy Girl Success® Club

Within the club, girls 9th – 12th grade develop the skills necessary for success in their life, college and careers. Skills like leadership, public speaking, advocacy, business and how to collaborate with one another than competing. The young women learn how to use their voice and understand their worth.

Career and Leadership Summit for High School Girls

Career and Leadership Summit for High School Girls

The purpose of our Career and Leadership Summit is to introduce high school girls to a wide variety of careers and the women who are leading in those industries. This is a FREE event for the girls to attend. They will have an opportunity to listen to a keynote speaker, a panel discussion, chat with women leaders in a wide range of industries, and participate in breakout sessions on everything from getting money for college to entrepreneurship and local government careers.

Excellent concept and products to empower young girls but also women in general! Thanks for taking the time to make a difference!!!
-Christine Moldvaer

Career Prep Program

Our free career prep course is designed specifically for young women ages 17-22 who are looking for guidance in starting their careers and/or landing that all important internship. (Eight sessions ranging from 1-2 hours. Can be adjusted for a more intense experience and shorter time frame) Can be done virtually or in person.

Career Prep Program

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Nerdy Girl Success Summer Business Camp for girls 2017 was a great opportunity for my daughter. This camp was right on time! She chose the Business, Marketing, and Finance endorsement as she was entering 9th grade year in high school. The camp taught concepts that helped the campers decide which products they sell to maximize profitability. They learned market research principles as well as social media advertising. The girls were allowed to operate in their areas of strength to contribute to the development of the team's business plan. The proceeds from the sales were donated to The Pink Giraffe House for Homeless teens. I like that charitable giving was incorporated. They learned about the charity and could relate to it's mission. My daughter enjoyed working with a team of girls and I looked forward to hearing about the days activities on the ride home. This camp was worth all of the tolls and the drive from Missouri City to Bay Brook Mall for 5 days.
-Geri Williams

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