Girls Leadership Summer Program alumnae share what they wish they had known before attending camp.
Girls Leadership Summer Program alumnae share the lessons they found the most useful in every day life.
Girls Leadership Summer Program alumnae talk about getting their parents on board with going away for summer camp.
Girls Leadership Summer Program alumnae talk about homesickness, and how they handled anything difficult that came up.
Girls Leadership Summer Program alumnae talk about what it is like working with Teaching Artists.
Girls Leadership Summer Program alumnae talk about what they do in between workshops and art programs at camp.
Rachel Simmons, co-founder of the Girls Leadership, speaks about how we must teach girls from an early age to be emotionally resilient, and how our culture sends young girls the wrong messages. She is joined by Claire Sannini, an 8th grade student who speaks about her tough experiences with girls her age and how she had to be resilient in order to change her situation and be happy with her life.
Ruby shares how Girls Leadership camp is a place where you can be yourself, and also take a risk to not always stay in your comfort zone. More about Ruby’s story here.
Girls Leadership alumnae Alex and Blaine share how they learned active listening skills and how to talk about racism.
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