Young Women on the Move is an after school program that caters to young women between the ages of 4-14. The program gives girls a voice to express themselves through performing arts pieces. The girls pull from their everyday experiences as young people, and create dances, skits, songs, and spoken word art that reflect their true feelings, thoughts, and ideas.
The program includes:
- Evening Meals
- Homework Help
- Dance, Acting, & Vocal Training
- Monthly Trips
After School Matters (ASM) is a program designed for teenagers between the ages of 14-18 to gain work experience in their fields of interest. We have partnered with the ASM organization to provide teens with experience in the performing arts. We also offer internship opportunities. All teens receive a stipend for participating in the program.
To be considered for ASM through Global Girls for our Fall Session, please contact us at email@example.com, or call us at 773-902-2359.
Global Girls Summer Camp runs from June 26, 2017 – August 11, 2017 (9:00 AM – 3:00 PM). YPC is an intensive summer program that teaches youth the basics of dance and theater. The program includes:
- Dance & Theater Training
- End of Summer Showcase
- Weekly Field Trips
- Breakfast & Lunch
- And Loads of Fun!
The cost for the summer program is $100 plus a $75 fee for field trips. To register your child, please click the button below.
One Summer Chicago is a summer youth employment program that employs thousands of youth annually. This program was created by Mayor Rahm Emanuel to offer opportunities through many partnership agencies and organizations. Global Girls Inc. is a partner in this program, and we gladly employ young people in our community to help them:
- Learn new things to help them succeed at work
- Earn money and save for the future
- Gain exposure to various career industries
- Develop financial literacy skills
- Build leadership and teamwork skills
- Make new friends and career connections
The application process for OSC is currently closed for this program. It will reopen May 2018.
*information provided was taken from the OSC youth handbook.