For International Women’s Day and beyond, let’s clear a path for girls to lead
Lean In Girls is proud to partner with International Women’s Day to equip caregivers and organizations with resources to #InspireInclusion for all girls, and to co-host a special IWD 2024 virtual event.
Access the FREE Lean In Girls IWD 2024 resource
Help inspire inclusion and empower girls to embrace their leadership superpowers through the FREE resource: 5 Ways All Adults Can Lift Girls Up as Leaders.
REGISTER for the FREE Lean In Girls IWD 2024 event
Join Lean In Girls for a special IWD virtual event on March 6th 9am PST / 12pm EST to learn five ways all adults can lift up the girls in their lives.
Explore actions adults can take to help girls embrace their leadership superpowers. The event is designed for parents, caregivers, educators, and staff of volunteers of youth-serving organizations, and is also open to any caring adult looking to empower the girl(s) in their lives.
In this fun and interactive 60-minute session, hear directly from the Lean In Girls team about how to #InspireInclusion covering:
- 5 actions all adults can take to help girls see themselves as leaders
- Origin story of Lean In Girls, focusing on the motivations behind empowering girls and the benefits of our unique approach
- Overview of the program, offering glimpses into the curriculum for you to personally experience
- Walkthrough of the available Lean In Girls resources
- Steps that can be taken to make a difference today
There will also be a chance to connect with others who are passionate about lifting up girls and inspiring inclusion in their community.
Committed to raising empowered girls
Lean In Girls is a leadership program that helps girls see themselves as leaders in a world that often tells them they’re not.
The curriculum is designed to equip girls to be self-assured, resilient, and inclusive everyday leaders and inspire them to lead boldly. With support from the Lean In Girls community, the program aims to remove the obstacles in girls’ way and encourage them to lead on their own terms.
At the heart of Lean In Girls is a curriculum for girls and young teens who identify with the girlhood experience (ages 11 to 15).
With a balance of strength-building activities and real talk on important topics like bias and allyship, participants learn to embrace their leadership superpowers and reject stereotypes about what girls can’t do.
The emphasis on leadership strengths and real talk is empowering and protective for girls.
When girls are introduced to a more expansive definition of leadership, they’re more likely to see themselves as leaders.
When girls know how to identify and push back against unfair treatment, they’re less likely to internalize limiting messages and blame themselves when they experience bias.
And when girls take positive risks and learn new skills, they can feel a powerful sense of agency and accomplishment.
An impactful IWD partnership
Lean In Girls is proud to partner with International Women’s Day to shine a light on what everyone can do to #InspireInclusion for and with girls.
Check back soon to access resources and a live virtual IWD #InspireInclusion event designed for caregivers and organizations.
For more information, visit LeanInGirls.org and join the Lean In Girls Facebook group for tips, real talk, and inspiration from the team and other caregivers committed to raising girls to be self-assured and inclusive leaders.