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Summer Camp 2017 Registration is open!

*Early Bird Registration Discount Closes Next Friday, April 14th at midnight for our week 3 camp! Your journey with us begins the moment you join our community. Mindset shifts and the work begins! We look forward to summer 2017 with you~

3 weeks, 2 locations, 1 community of emerging leaders

Week 1: July 17 – July 21
Location: Moses Brown School
(Register here through the Moses Brown website.)

Week 2: July 24 – July 28
Location: Moses Brown School
(Register here through the Moses Brown website.)

*Week 3: July 31 – August 4
Location: Rocky Hill School
(Register on the right of this page.)

Note: Before and after care available at both locations. Click to register: (RHS) (MB)
Registration closes for all camps, Sunday, July 2 at midnight.


The first of our fall programming is here!

Click on the available programs at the right to learn more.
Mondays (7 weeks): Archie Cole Middle School 6th-8th (Cole students only)
Tuesdays (8 weeks): Open program for 3rd-5th in Providence (held at Moses Brown School)


GLC is partnering with Shri Studios and Shri Service Corps!

Click here to learn more about their programs.

Girls enrolled in our summer camps will be provided with Shri Bark as a healthy snack! Girls will also meet and work with Alison Bologna, owner and Executive Director of Shri and Shri Bark as part of our Mindfulness work at GLC. Learn more here.


Summer 2016 Locations

June 27 – July 1  offered at Moses Brown School (registration via MB website)
Registration closes Wednesday, June 22nd!

August 1- 5   offered at Rocky Hill School (Register on the right)


Spring 2016

Planting the Seed for Learning to Lead

A creative, experiential program designed specifically for girls in Grades 3rd- 5th. This program exposes participants to several critical themes of leadership: self-awareness, altruism (unselfish concern for the greater good) and communication. Participants explore their leading strengths, discover effective verbal and nonverbal communication strategies and collaborate through play. Girls gain the knowledge, confidence and tools to initiate and lead in group settings. Applying the latest research to the teaching of leadership, we offer ever-changing activities, a variety of content delivery methods, and new opportunities to hone their skills in a fun environment with other girls.

Location: Moses Brown School (Open to the public)
Dates: 6 sessions  April 19 – May 24
Day and time: Tuesdays 3:30-4:45 pm *(Moses Brown students meet at dismissal)
Age group: 3rd-5th grade

You, Me, & We: Leveraging the Power of Girls to Create Community

Calling all GLC past and future participants! We are excited to provide our newest offering at Cole which will bring together veteran GLC girls and girls new to our programming. We will dive into student-centered themes each week, while offering our new and returning participants opportunities to explore their strengths, step up in a fun and safe environment to lead group challenges, fun activities and learn powerful tools to impact your communities. We will bring together girls across the grades to develop a network where you will feel safe, significant and included.

This program is open to Cole students


2016 Winter Programs

Planting the Seed for Learning to Lead

A creative, experiential program designed specifically for girls in Grades 3rd- 5th. This program exposes participants to several critical themes of leadership: self-awareness, altruism (unselfish concern for the greater good) and communication. Participants explore their leading strengths, discover effective verbal and nonverbal communication strategies and collaborate through play. Girls gain the knowledge, confidence and tools to initiate and lead in group settings. Applying the latest research to the teaching of leadership, we offer ever-changing activities, a variety of content delivery methods, and new opportunities to hone their skills in a fun environment with other girls.

Location: Moses Brown School  (Open to the public)
Dates: 8 sessions January 19 – March 8
Day and time: Tuesdays 3:30-4:45 pm *(Moses Brown students meet at dismissal)
Age group: 3rd-5th grade
Cost: $285


2015 Fall Programming

Creating Community

This program is open to Cole Students only.
Register through the Cole Enrichment Program.

Participants will identify personal leadership styles and individual strengths and emerge prepared to positively impact their communities. Through peer-led team building exercises, group challenges and games, girls will explore personal passions & find their voice. Girls are provided with a set of tools and communication skills to facilitate groups, take initiative, learn outcome oriented conflict resolution, and collaborate with others.

Location: Archie Cole Middle School
Dates: 7 classes, Sept. 28, Oct. 5, Oct. 19, Oct. 26, Nov. 2, Nov. 9, Nov. 16
Day and Time: Mondays, 2:15-3:30 pm
Age Group: Girls 6th – 8th grade
Cost: $180

Leadership Through Service  

Both programs are open to all schools and homeschoolers

This fun, experiential leadership development program translates complex theory of group dynamics and social hierarchies into accessible knowledge that is easy to understand. We challenge girls to redefine the top-down social systems that exist in peer groups. Participants will identify personal leadership styles and individual strengths, and emerge prepared to translate interests or passions into service opportunities. Throughout this class, girls will participate in, and practice designing passion-based service learning projects, demonstrating new leadership and collaborative skills.

Location 1: The Hive  650 Ten Rod Road, North Kingstown
Dates: 7 sessions Oct. 19, Oct. 26, Nov. 2, Nov. 9, Nov. 16, Nov. 23, Nov. 30, Dec. 7
Day and Time: Mondays, 5:30 – 6:45 pm
Age group: 6th – 8th grade
Cost: $265

Planting the Seed for Learning to Lead

Both programs are open to all schools and homeschoolers

A creative, experiential program designed specifically for girls in Grades 3rd- 5th.  This program exposes participants to several critical themes of leadership: self-awareness, altruism (unselfish concern for the greater good) and communication. Participants explore their leading strengths, discover effective verbal and nonverbal communication strategies and collaborate through play. Girls gain the knowledge, confidence and tools to initiate and lead in group settings. Applying the latest research to the teaching of leadership, we offer ever-changing activities, a variety of content delivery methods,  and new opportunities to hone their skills in a fun environment with other girls.

Location 1: Rocky Hill School 530 Ives Road,  East Greenwich
Dates: 7 sessions  Oct. 22, Oct. 29, Nov. 5, Nov. 12, Nov. 19, Dec. 3, Dec. 10
Day and time: Thursdays 3:15-4:30 pm
Age group: 3rd-5th grade
Cost: $265

GLC: Empowering girls to develop leadership through service learning.

This fun, experiential leadership development program translates complex theory of group dynamics, social hierarchy, and human behavior into accessible knowledge that is easy to understand. Young leaders will apply this knowledge to uncover and examine the collaborative and altruistic behaviors of leaders in a fun and dynamic way. Participants will design, implement, and assess team challenges and identify personal leadership styles and individual strengths. Participants will emerge prepared to translate passions into service opportunities, collaborate effectively, and utilize appropriate skills in order to lead others in a variety of settings.

Short, focused, multimedia based mini-seminars will reveal developmentally relevant topics of interest, such as: the effects of popular media messaging on self-image, leadership potential and social and professional aspirations, or the effects “success or failure” vs. a “success and failure” mentality on general well-being and productivity.

As a final product, girls will design and implement a passion-based service learning project, revealing new leadership and collaborative skills. Girls build confidence, competence, and community, setting the foundation of change-making and an altruistic future.

We’ll be uploading our GLC Spring Summer Programs Flyer soon. Stay tuned for more information, or to post at your school or place of business.


Summer Leadership Camp

August 3-7,  9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Location: Rocky Hill School, East Greenwich, RI

This fun, experiential leadership development program translates complex theory of group dynamics, social hierarchy, and human behavior into accessible knowledge that is easy to understand. Young leaders will apply this knowledge to uncover and examine the collaborative and altruistic behaviors of leaders in a fun and dynamic way. Participants will design, implement, and assess team challenges and identify personal leadership styles and individual strengths. Participants will emerge prepared to translate passions into service opportunities, collaborate effectively, and utilize appropriate skills in order to lead others in a variety of settings.

Program highlights

Outdoor challenges utilizing the expansive shoreline campus, ocean kayak experiences, discussion & multi-media mini-seminars in a fun, yet professional atmosphere, engaging and inspirational female leader guest speaker, art projects, fun improvisational games, and refreshing snacks. High Ropes course experience at select locations.

Hey, Girls! Do you want:

  • to meet other young leaders and create deep friendships?
  • to have a lot of fun in a highly supportive and interactive environment?
  • to develop or refine your voice and explore your passions?
  • to participate in an exciting ropes course experience?
  • be out on the water in sea kayaks with all your friends?
  • to lead others by developing skills that bring people together?
  • to make a difference in the world?

If yes, then this is the program for you!

 
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