WELCOME TO OUR
EMPOWERED! SUMMER CAMP FOR GIRLS 2022
IN PERSON DAYS
June 17, 24 – July 1, 8, 15, 22, 29- August 5
Times: 7:45 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Location: 1004 N. English Street, Greensboro
The link below will open an ebook with instructions for creatie/update your family contact record and fill out your summer information.
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Welcome to the world of the PowerGirl!
Please call 336.790.2763 or
for more information
This is your complete years' membership
This will be waived for girls who live outside of North Carolina
Membership Fee $25.00 for 1 girl family & $45.00 for 2 or more girls
$20.00 per girl per Friday
Breakfast, lunch and snack will be provided
Any field trip will be additional cost
Our Friday Projects:
Building your personal vision: setting goals and how to make them real.
Self-worth - How do you get that!
Crafting and Creating Art: Drawing, jewelry, pottery, and more.
Fashion, makeup, skin care
Performance / Drama: Acting, singing and dancing
Creating Tik Toks and a marketing campaign
Empowered Girls Summer camp is designed to inspire girls, ages 6-16, by challenging them mentally, enhancing their physical ability, promoting creativity, and encouraging them to take risks. Summer camp includes hands-on activities and a friendly all-girl environment.
Our Mission: Enhancing the quality of girls’ lives by providing programming that builds integrity, respect and self-worth.
Our counselors: Teachers, grad and undergrads students dedicated to working with girls and leading their summer activities. They are inspired to teach and bring their knowledge of math, science, art, music, photography and much more.
Our Summer Focus:
In addition to STEM activities, we will deliver leadership development activities. While the numbers have improved, the gap in women leaders remains both in numbers and compensation. Here are statistics our leadership activities are aimed at improving: 1 in 3 girls fear being thought of as bossy by pursuing leadership opportunities; only 21% of girls believe they have the qualities to be a good leader; and 30% of girls with a GPA of 4.0 or better do not believe they are smart enough to pursue their dream careers. The activities will include: Curriculum, Leadership projects, writing and learning about women in leadership roles.