The eGirl Power program helps girl to identify and build upon their personal strengths, develop leadership skills, and prepare for college and career readiness through fun and engaging educational workshops, youth leadership summits, “Career Day” field trips, mentorship and more.
eGirl Power inspires girls with role models from a wide range of industries, sharing with girls the many possibilities for future career fields and success.
Guest speakers, mentors and educators guide girls to explore a variety of potential college majors and career paths so they can make informed educational and career choices.
As each and every individual is skilled and talented in different areas, our approach to building self-confidence among girls is to help them learn about and identify their unique strengths.
eGirl Power equips girls with the tools for success as they prepare for college and career readiness.
eGirl Power Works to Empower Girls with a Focus on Leadership & STEM
Did You Know?
When females participate in leadership activities in high school, they are more likely to see less of a gender gap in their occupation than those female students who did not participate in leadership activities.
eGirl Power prepares girls to be future leaders of tomorrow.
Did You Know?
Research shows that greater confidence in girls leads to greater interest in STEM and vice versa.
Through eGirl Power, girls gain the confidence to pursue careers with a strong interest and focus in STEM.
Teenage girls discover their inner hero through eGirl Power's MI9 Team "Superhero9" Curriculum. By learning about the MI9 Team superheroes and exploring the qualities that define each superhero, participants learn to embrace the super powers within themselves.
- Leadership Skills Development
- Identifying Strengths, Skills & Talents
- College & Career Readiness
- Character Building
- Multiple Intelligences
- Social Issues with a focus on Gender Equality
- & much more
Girls who complete eGirl Power's "Superhero9" curriculum showed gains of up to 20% improvement in self-esteem, as measured in self-esteem surveys provided by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.