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In February, the Miami Country Day School Girl Up club ran an awareness assembly for over 300 guests. First, homerooms watched a few clips about Malala and discussed the meaning of perseverance in relation to this hero.
Wilson High School Girl Up club members Kelsey Baez and Rebecca Ruvalcaba discuss their club's joint fundraiser with Threads of Hope.
As our first official fundraiser, the Miami Country Day School Girl Up Club made and sold bracelets and necklaces.
This week, Miami Country Day Girl Up Club school held our first annual “Bake-Off.”
Our Girl Up Club would receive 20 percent of Red Mango's profits whenever a customer presented a flyer.
Last month the GirlUp Club from Westfield Friends School in Cinnaminson, New Jersey had an eventful day.
I hosted my Girl Scout Gold Award at my local Boys and Girls Club and promoting Girl Up was one of my main priorities! I taught three global awareness workshops for a group of 25 girls, educating them on major global issues.
The day finally arrived. After weeks of preparation gathering press release forms from twenty different people, it was a lot of work. I waited patiently in my AP Economics class for the bell to release the students to lunch. Once that time arrived I knew that she would be here.
Girl Up was proud to join the Spence School as it celebrated its annual Teach-In on April 4 in New York City. The theme for the day was “Girls and Women around the Globe: Living, Learning, Leading” – and the event was certainly filled with incredible women and girls!