Mentorship Program

Our mentorship program is built through example and community. We believe the value of mentorship is realized through positive modeling and support for girls aged 8-17 from historically underserved communities.

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Become a Mentee

Join a sisterhood built on connection, education, personal development, and career growth.

Become a Mentor

Be a positive role model for the one mentee you're matched with and cultivate her growth
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Mentor Outings

1-1 outings are based on mentor and mentee interests! Many matches enjoy going to the beach, seeing a movie, reading books, baking, going to lunch, hanging out at the park, and visiting museums.
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Program Benefits

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Positive role modeling

Our mentors are positive and consistent role models
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Personal development

We help our girls reach their personal goals
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Events and activities

Our outings help girls develop supportive, key relationships
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Tight-knit community

Our girls grow to feel a sense of belonging
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“Girls Rising program has given me the opportunity to become part of a community of very young ladies that thrive to become the better version of themselves by encouraging us to support each other in every possible way!

Alyssa, Mentee

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Events and Activities

Girls Rising provides 6-8 free events per year for mentors and girls that are centered around activities which build character, identity, and social skills.
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"Being a mentor has enriched my life. I have received more from being a mentor than I could imagine. I enjoy spending time with my mentee. It is a different relationship where both of us learn from each other. Girl Rising provides a foundation to facilitate for our relationship to blossom."

Shelley, Mentor