Camp Helps Girls to Learn About and Love Themselves

By Sue Seserman During the months of July and August, girls from all over Denver learned to love who they are, speak up for what they believe, intervene when they witness a wrong, discern and avoid negative peer pressure, and be a good friend and leader. Smart-Girl camp gave girls
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Karen Silverman Goes From Smart Girl to Smart-Girl

Her family, friends and associates always knew Karen Silverman was a smart girl. Today, Karen also is the new Executive Director of Smart-Girl, a Colorado nonprofit dedicated to empowering middle school age girls with the skills and tools they need to make smart choices and become con
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Is 12 the New 18? If It Is, What Can a Parent Do?

By Sue Seserman Today’s 12 year old girls are exposed to very grown-up messages in the media. From websites to television to print, girls hear about what to wear, how to talk, what’s OK to do with a boy, and how to be popular. Often these messages are highly sexualized and adult...
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Celebrate Mom with Smart-Girl and RejuvaNest!

By Sue Seserman This year for Mothers' Day, nonprofit Smart-Girl and Denver Highlands boutique, RejuvaNest, are collaborating to celebrate both Smart-Moms and Smart-Girls. RejuvaNest will host a benefit for Smart-Girl on Saturday, May 2 from 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. at the boutique. Guests
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Colorado’s Smart-Girl Launches Nationwide with ASCA

By Sue Seserman Smart-Girl, a Colorado nonprofit organization, launches nationally with its debut at the American School Counselor’s Association (ASCA) conference June 28 to July 2 in Atlanta, Georgia. Unlike most girl-centered organizations, Smart-Girl focuses on the development a
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