Youth: Activities, Clubs, & Camps!

Reel Grrls – Seattle
http://www.reelgrrls.org/

Reel Grrls empowers young women from diverse communities to realize their power, talent and influence through media production. Our mission is to cultivate voice and leadership in girls at a vulnerable age in their development. Our participants don’t just drop into a computer lab after school — they develop lasting relationships with women filmmakers and learn skills that propel them to leadership roles in their community, college scholarships, and careers in the media industry. 93% of our participants state that they feel more confident being a leader after participating in our program.

Rock & Roll Camp for Girls
http://www.girlsrockcamp.org/

The Rock ‘n’ Roll Camp for Girls builds girls self-esteem through music creation & performance.  Providing workshops & technical training, we create leadership opportunities, cultivate a supportive community of peers & mentors, & encourage social change and the development of life skills.


Fashion Design Camp – Seattle
http://www.fashiondesigncamp.com/

Over a five-day period, each camper will be introduced to all aspects of the fashion world. Whether he or she wants to be a fashion designer, stylist, or own a retail or even online store, it all will be covered.



Building Girls Summer Camp
http://www.tradeswomen.net/?page_id=12

This day camp for middle and high school girls includes basic math and measurement, construction basics (such as measuring wood, using a skill saw, and hammering nails), tools use and safety, visits to construction sites, teamwork, and project planning. The camp’s activities culminate in a cooperative building project, such as the construction of a tool shed, which is then donated to a community garden.


SCRAP Camp
http://scrappdx.org/

Your child’s imagination will run wild as they learn how to protect the planet! Make works of art at creative reuse camp, such as tie-dyed towels, yard art, sewing projects, glow-in-the-dark art, cork boards, art for local community gardens, sculpture and much, much more.


Girls Inc.
http://www.girlsincnworegon.org/

Taught by experienced facilitators, their gender-specific programs serve the entire girl community—girls, parents, teachers, counselors—as a valuable resource for all girls-related issues.  Girls Inc. programs provides girls with an array of skills including avoiding relational aggression, money management, media literacy, & science.

Girlstrength
http://www.portlandonline.com/police/girlstrength

GirlStrength is a new self-defense program offered through the Portland Police bureau for girls 10-14 years of age. GirlStrength shares the same philosophy as it’s sister program, WomenStrength, which has been offering free self-defense classes for women and personal safety workshops to people in the Portland area since 1979.

 

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