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of the USA is
the world’s preeminent organization
dedicated solely to girls—all girls—where,
in an accepting and nurturing environment,
girls build character and skills for success
in the real world. Founded in 1912 by
Juliette Gordon Low, Girl Scouts' membership
has grown from 18 members in Savannah,
Georgia, to 3.6 million members throughout
the United States, including U.S.
territories, and in more than 90 countries
through USA Girl Scouts Overseas.
Coalition of Girls' Schools
Coalition of Girls’ Schools (NCGS) is the
leading advocate for girls’ education.
Believing that girls’ schools are the most
powerful, transformative learning
environments for girls, NCGS seeks to
document the unique qualities that best
define the girls’ school experience.
is a national nonprofit youth organization
dedicated to inspiring all girls to be
strong, smart, and bold. With roots dating
to 1864, Girls Inc has provided vital
educational programs to millions of American
girls, particularly those in high-risk,
Your Body Day
is a lifestyle brand that enhances the lives
of girls 8-12 with stylish, technology-based
and innovative product.
is an award winning, ad-free
magazine for girls and adults who care about
girls. They offer community workshops
and free curriculum for teachers and
Our Daughters (and sons) to Work Day-
Thursday April 26th, 2007
Daughters And Sons To Work® Day program was
founded by the
Ms. Foundation for
to create an opportunity for girls and boys
to share and communicate their expectations
The Women of
NASA resource was developed to encourage
more young women to pursue careers in math,
science, and technology...The Women of NASA
interactive project showcases outstanding
women who are enjoying successful careers
and demonstrates how these women balance
personal and professional responsibilities.
Organization for Women
founding in 1966, NOW's goal has been to
take action to bring about equality for all
women. NOW works to eliminate discrimination
and harassment in the workplace, schools,
the justice system, and all other sectors of
society; secure abortion, birth control and
reproductive rights for all women; end all
forms of violence against women; eradicate
racism, sexism and homophobia; and promote
equality and justice in our society.
Council for Research on Women
The National Council for Research on Women
is a network of more than 100 leading U.S.
research, advocacy, and policy centers with
a growing global reach. The Council
harnesses the resources of its network to
ensure fully informed debate, policies, and
practices to build a more inclusive and
equitable world for women and girls.
promotes positive self-esteem in girls and
women of all ages, sizes, races and
backgrounds through a spirited approach to
media education, outreach and activism.
is a non-profit organization created to
empower girls to excel in math, science, and
technology. Founded in 1997 in Austin,
Texas, Girlstart engages, educates, and
motivates girls to achieve the knowledge and
confidence to participate in advanced math
and science classes and future careers.