Smart-Girl is a Charity Partner at the 2014 Kaiser Permanente Colfax Marathon. Join our team for this exciting event! The Colfax Marathon is on May 18th, 2014
This year’s Annual Luncheon is one that you don’t want to miss…
Culture of Mean:
From Cyberspace to the Cafeteria
When: Wednesday, April 23rd from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
It used to be scribbled on notes and passed by hand in the hallways. But with the advent of computers and cellphones, middle-school meanness can spread like wildfire. How has bullying changed in this new age of technology? With cyber-bullying and its often tragic consequences capturing daily headlines, what can parents, educators and kids do about it?
For more information and tickets please visit our Luncheon Page.
Registration is now opened for Summer Camp 2014!
Summer Camp 2014 (available for middle school girls entering into 6th, 7th, or 8th grade in the 2014-2015 school year)-to register or get more information, go to our summer camp page.
We had a pretty amazing year here at Smart-Girl and we would love to share some of the highlights with you. The report includes (but is not limited to) participant stories, full statistics, a letter from our Executive Director and listings of our sponsors.
Smart-Girl Executive Director Karen Silverman sat down with The Examiner last week to talk about our work in the community and how the organization is growing. You can read it here: http://www.examiner.com/article/smart-girl-director-silverman-talks-about-middle-school-years-colorado
Join Smart-Girl, Swallow Hill Music, The Bridge Project, Denver Assistance League and Denver Project Wise for a celebration on Colorado Gives Day!
Learn more about this December 10th event.
One of our favorite Smart-Girl activities involves the use of a mask as a tool for gaining a greater sense of self-awareness. We have each girl paint both the outside and inside of a mask, symbolizing how they see themselves and what they show others about who they are. It’s always a highlight of the program, and girls take away the ability to accept their true selves, and courage of outward expression they didn’t have before.
On Wednesday, October 23rd, we’re turning the tables and giving you the chance to make your own mask – just in time for Halloween, too!
Join us for a special Smart-Girl Self-Defense Workshop! You’ve done your best to protect your little girl since birth. Now she’s growing up and out in the world. Equip her with important skills to protect herself and give you peace of mind.
Are you 16 years or older and interested in volunteering with middle school students? Smart-Girl is looking for responsible young people who would like to lead group mentoring programs for middle school students. We provide the training prior through the Smart-Guide Leadership Institute (SGLI). You’ll gain skills in leadership, time management, presentation and planning skills in addition to have a great time and working with kids. You’ll also be eligible to earn 5 college credits. To learn more about this amazing opportunity click here.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please contact Katie Boysen at 303-815-1921303-815-1921.