Saturday, October 13th, 2012 10am-3:30pm
Girls Take Charge is a national award winning leadership and life skills development program that will be coming to George Mason University this October! Girls in 7th- 12th
grade in the greater WMA will have the opportunity to participate in this hands-on and engaging day. Girls will learn from current community women leaders and interact with fellow girls in sessions throughout the day.
Girls Take Charge participants will have the chance to learn key leadership and life skills that they can use during the school year and beyond. Participants will be grouped by age so they can also learn best from each other. Girls will
rotate through several sessions focused on topics such as the importance of decision making and positive risk taking. Since Girls Take Charge began a few years ago, over 4,000 girls throughout the country have gone through this
fun and interactive program.
Registration is on a first come first serve basis and is $60 per student. Scholarships are available as needed. A pizza lunch will be provided. Early registration is strongly encouraged. For more information about Girls Take Charge and to register, families can visit ww.girlstakecharge.org.