Saturday, May 13, 9am-4pm (doors open at 8:30am)
Goodman Community Center Ironworks Building, 149 Waubesa St.
Girls Inc. of Greater Madison is hosting a professional, grown-up conference at Goodman Community Center to bring Girls Inc. members and community youth together to share in activities that explore the six principles of the Girls Inc. Bill of Rights. This conference is open to all girls, female-identifying and non-binary youth from elementary through high school.
Role models from the community will guide youth through a schedule packed with creative, educational activities, such as games, workshops and discussions – all designed to inspire participants to feel strong, smart and bold! Each of the breakout sessions will invite attendees to "try on" one of the six rights and think about what it means in their life. It’s essential learning. When youth understand and embrace their rights, they become empowered to stand up for themselves and to advocate for others.
Open to all girls, female-identifying and non-binary youth.
This event is free for Girls Inc. members and $5 for community members from elementary through high school.Get Tickets
Girls Inc. Bill of Rights
Girls have the right to:
- Be themselves and to resist gender stereotypes.
- Express themselves with originality and enthusiasm.
- Take risks, to strive freely, and to take pride in success.
- Accept and appreciate their bodies.
- Have confidence in themselves and to be safe in the world.
- Prepare for interesting work and economic independence.
This is an all day event. Please plan on dropping off and picking up your child — transportation is not provided. Free meals, drinks and snacks provided.
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Is your business or organization is interested in sponsoring our Girls Inc. Conference? Click below for more info, or contact Meghan Johnson, Corporate Giving and Events Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 608-204-8033.
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