In case you're thinking about Coronavirus...

To inform our decision-making process regarding programs, we are following Center for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines and local school leadership recommendations. For programs that have been postponed, we are exploring putting our content online to support distance learning.

Please contact our office to:

  • Let us know that you want your program credit for when programs are being scheduled again
  • Consider donating your program fees as a tax-deductible gift as the effects of the coronavirus situation have placed extraordinary financial stress on small nonprofits

A Summer Camp Like No Other

Located on the Mills College campus in Oakland, California, our internationally-recognized residential summer program, founded in 2001 by girl experts and social entrepreneurs Rachel Simmons and Simone Marean, is a summer camp experience for girls like no other.

Our Summer Program combines the best of traditional summer camp – amazing friendships, fun games and evening activities, a powerhouse team of extraordinary staff – with something no other camp offers: workshops centered on building girls’ voice and influence through culturally responsive curriculum.

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Entering Grade 6

Session 1: Jun 27 – Jul 6 *Half Full*
Session 2: Jul 9 – Jul 18 *Half Full*

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Entering Grade 7

Session 1: Jun 27 – Jul 6 *2 spots left*
Session 2: Jul 9 – Jul 18 *Waitlist*

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Entering Grade 8

Session 1: Jun 27 – Jul 6 *Waitlist*
Session 2: Jul 9 – Jul 18 *Waitlist*

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Entering Grade 9

Session 3: Jul 21 – Aug 4 *5 spots left*

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Entering Grades 10 - 12

Session 3: Jul 21 – Aug 4 *Half Full*

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Counselor in Training (CIT)

CIT: Jun 25 – Jul 18 *1 spot left*

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Alumnae Voices

Summer Program alumnae speak about their experiences at camp and how they brought those skills back home to their communities.

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