Girls Inc. of the Island City:
Changing the Statistics
Last year, The Pew Center released data showing that moms are now the sole or primary breadwinners in four in 10 households with children under age 18.
Whether or not this reflects your family, it is critical to think about what this means for your daughter or other girls in your life. As April is Financial Literacy Month, it is an opportunity to educate them on the importance of economic independence and model how this can be achieved. You will be promoting both their bright futures and our collective success. Read more...
Participate in the Girls Inc. experience by attending our fun, engaging, and academically-enriching summer camps. Choose from 8 different weekly themed camps. For more information, visit our Summer Camps page or download Girls Inc.’s summer camp brochure and registration forms!
May 3, 2014
at Girls Inc.
1724 Santa Clara Avenue, Alameda
Job shadow sponsors were Alameda Hospital, Alameda Municipal Power, Alameda Orthopedic & Sports Therapy, Alameda Pediatric Dentistry, Alameda Police Department, Harbor Bay Club, HKIT Architects, Licensed Acupuncturist and Herbalist Tracy Zollinger, L.Ac., Lilac Dress Boutique, Old Navy, Park Centre Animal Hospital, Rock Wall Wine Company, and the office of District Attorney Nancy O'Malley.