The Bay’s future is Female

Current Programs

The MISS Project

Equips middle school girls with the knowledge and skills to become educated, empowered and analytical consumers of mass media.

Little Miss flyer

GETT to Work

Bay Area Girls Club’s GETT (Girls Eager To Train) TO WORK Program is an innovative workforce development and mentorship program for girls ages 14-18 years old in Richmond and surrounding communities. 

GETT to Work provides training on employment knowledge and skills, financial literacy and valuable soft skills needed for youth to succeed in today’s workplace. 

After participating in interactive training where girls develop their employability skills and knowledge, they will apply their newly acquired knowledge and skills in a paid internship experience working at the nationally renowned Multicultural Bookstore, receiving daily supervision and support. 

Girls will receive a $1000 stipend for participating in the trainings and internship experiences.  

Complementing their workforce development training and experience, girls will receive mentorship and support in the following areas: creating goals, resume/cover letter development, job search assistance, job placement assistance, etc.
Additionally, we will invite prominent female leaders throughout the Bay Area from diverse career fields to share with our girls about their life goals, how they achieved them and share about the challenges they overcame to get to where they are today. 

College Bound Girls

Serves high school girls provides them with college access networking, assistance with obtaining scholarships, SAT prep, and help completing college applications.

Programs beginning in 2022

Leadership Workshop

Black History 360

Serving middle school girls

Book club

Book Club

Serving girls ages 5-8

Pretty Girl

STEM Enrichment Program

Serving girls ages 5-8

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