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Teen Programs

At Girls Incorporated of Orange County, we believe in starting early and staying committed to girls during their crucial teen years. To keep girls engaged, we implement programs that are interesting and relevant to the challenges they face in growing up successfully.

Our teen programs address a variety of topics, including:

Future Planning

College Bound (ages 12–18): College exploration and admission

Economic Literacy (ages 12-18): Financial competence and knowledge

The GI Workforce (ages 12-18): Career preparation and leadership development

Science and Technology

OpSMART & Thinking SMART (ages 9-14): Interests and skills in science, math and technology and introduction to careers in science, technology, engineering and math

Physical Awareness and Assertion

Project Bold (ages 12-14): Violence prevention and personal safety

Living Safe & Strong (ages 12-18): Self-defense techniques

Preventing Adolescent Pregnancy Age appropriate programs:

     Growing Together (ages 9-11): Open line of communication with parents

     Will Power/Won’t Power (ages 12-14): Skills to become assertive and provide peer support

     Taking Care of Business: (ages 14-18): Prevention of teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases

Fitness, Nutrition & Health

Body IMAGE–ination (ages 9-18): Nutrition, body image and critical analysis of the media’s portrayal of women

Friendly PEER-suasion (ages 12-14): Alcohol and substance abuse prevention

Fit Girls and Families (ages 9-14): Nutrition, physical activity and body image

Girls Encourage (ages 9-14): Outdoor adventures and physical fitness

Health Bridge (ages 12-18): Community based health services

Interested in bringing Girls Incorporated’s teen program to your school or community site? For additional information, please contact Kathya Torrejon, Program Services Coordinator at or (714) 597-8616

Outreach Sites

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