The Girls Inc. Teen Program, offered year round, builds leadership skills through project-based learning, advocacy and action, and community service, while creating a safe environment that fosters a sisterhood of support to help young women share and meet the unique challenges teens face. The Teen Center, located at our Goleta Valley campus, houses meeting space, a homework room, a full kitchen, garden, and outdoor space just for teens. After-school and summer programs for girls in grades 7+ help teens learn how to be effective voices in their community and how to stay on track academically to plan for their educational and career futures beyond high school. Programming focuses on exploration and exposure to a variety of career paths including the STEM fields and other nontraditional fields for women to pursue and advance. Enrollment is ongoing. Transportation is provided after school to the Goleta Valley center during the school year.
Building a strong foundation for young women’s futures.
Girls Inc. offers an after-school program on the Santa Barbara Junior High School campus for 7th-8th grade girls, Mondays-Thursdays, 2:30-5PM.
Cost is $40 per girl, per month.
For additional information and to register, contact Brenda Mendoza Alamo, Teen Programs Director, (805) 967-0319.
Annual Girls Inc. Membership Fee: $50/girl
2018-2019 After-School Program
2019 Summer Camp Program
Extended care: $10/week
Girls Inc. offers sibling discounts and financial assistance for qualifying families.
Enrollment is ongoing. Please complete your registration packet and drop it off to the appropriate center. Contact your center directly with any questions. Our Membership Coordinators are happy to assist you in the enrollment process. Sibling discounts and financial assistance may be available for qualifying families.
2018-2019 After School Program
2019 Summer Camp
If I hadn’t come to Girls Inc., I think I would be one of those girls in school who wouldn’t try their hardest and would give up after high school. Girls Inc. has helped me become a different person because they have pushed me to go to college. Now I want to go to college and with my leadership skills I can also help others pursue their dreams.
Mia, age 12