Sep 23, 2010

September 2010 Update!

g2W Participants
g2W Participants

We are glad to share our most recent update on our project, specifically Girls to Women's 2010 summer program!

Summer Program was multi-themed inclusive of arts and fitness activities but definitely included academics, especially literacy-building. Every morning all participants played group games outdoors to build teamwork, fitness, and overall health. Summer Program also included a daily hour of "Reading Time" during which participants either read to themselves or in a group for twenty minutes. After Reading Time was over participants could either continue reading or engage in a learning game for the rest of the hour. We found that the older girls enjoyed reading with younger girls, and these interactions clearly helped to make literacy a fun and bonding experience. Furthermore, every Wednesday participants participated in activities such as “Wheel of Fortune” and “Minute to Win It” races that emphasized problem-solving, numerical reasoning, and vocabulary skills-building.

For more detailed information on our summer program, including pictures, please read the attached report. Thank you for your support!!!

Cooking Activity
Cooking Activity

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Jun 9, 2010

GlobalGiving Report June 2010

USF Volunteer and g2W Participant
USF Volunteer and g2W Participant

We at Girls to Women are glad to update our project with the following report on our recent progress. Thank you for the support we have received from the GlobalGiving community.


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Feb 1, 2010

GlobalGiving Report January 2010

Tutoring
Tutoring

We are pleased to present the following Report on our recent Project progress. We wish to reiterate our appreciation for the support we have received from the GlobalGiving community.


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