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I Am G.I.R.L – The Movement, Inc. (IAGTM) founded in 2014, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that empowers young girls, ages 12 to 21 to inspire them to have a higher degree of confidence and self-respect in order to cultivate their overall sense of self-worth. Each participate will receive the essential resources to develop the life-skills necessary to maintain a healthy, self-sufficient adult life through educational and mentoring programs.
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The K.I.S.S. Program is designed to promote financial awareness and the know-how needed to maintain a stable financial life as an adult. Participants will be separated into two groups, ages 12 through 14 and ages 15 through 21. The participants will partner with an Accountability Partner (AP) who is be assigned to assist the participants stay on track financially. The AP will be required to attend a 3-day training to understand their roles and responsibilities as an AP, the purpose and vision of the program, and be evaluated to see which participant they will be matched with. The young girls program (ages 12 -15) is a 12-week program that will instill financial literacy and stability in the young participants so they will make better life choices when they enter adulthood. The young adult program (ages 16 to 21) is a 22-week program that will instill financial literacy and stability in the young participants so they will make better life choices when they enter adulthood. Participants will be required to pay a program fee of $15 per week and $5 per week will be returned to the girls in the form of a college scholarship or financial grant to help fund a business start-up. The remaining $10 will be used for administrative and overhead program costs for future events and program costs.
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Organization information last updated on April 22nd, 2016
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