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When girls learn how to build, the outcomes reach far beyond what they can create with power tools. They are building confidence and resilience that drives them to discover their strengths, to find their voice, and to exceed their own expectations. These girls are courageous and empathetic leaders who are building their dreams and are empowered to achieve them. Over 20,000 girls have been empowered by Girls at Work, Inc., thus far.

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When girls learn how to build, the outcomes reach far beyond what they can create with power tools. They are building confidence and resilience that drives them to discover their strengths, to find their voice, and to exceed their own expectations. These girls are courageous and empathetic leaders who are building their dreams and are empowered to achieve them. Over 20,000 girls have been empowered by Girls at Work, Inc., thus far.

Senator Hassan Recognizes Kaylee Richard of Manchester and Samantha Grenier of Goffstown as January’s Granite Staters of the Month

Sam’s Story

“My involvement with Girls at Work started when I was 8 years old. I was a little girl trying to find my voice. I was picked by my after-school program director to get involved with the Girls at Work builders program. It started with our group working in the parking lot building projects like benches, coat hangers, and bookshelves. Later that year, a big change happened in my life which was hard to adjust to. Girls at Work was always there for me during that time. While there were changes within the organization such as location and different projects, the message was always the same, the lessons on being independent were the same, Miss Elaine’s support was the same. From there I stayed through the summer programs and even leadership! I went from being a scared girl in the class to now helping teach classes, and I got to pass along the message that helped me so many years ago.”

Sam’s Story

When I was eight years old, my after school director got me involved with Girls at Work. We would build in our school parking lot which soon evolved to going to the shop and joining leadership. Girls at Work has remained a constant in my life reminding me of my self worth and helping build my confidence. To this day, Girls at Work is teaching me about myself and remains a safe space full of people that care and are great role models.

Featured on WMUR: High schoolers organize Manchester career fair for girls

When two 16-year-old girls felt ignored at a recent job fair, they decided to organize their own, this one specifically for girls who are sophomores and juniors in high school.

The career fair was held on Tuesday at Girls at Work in Manchester’s Millyard. Buses brought in 130 girls from three Manchester high schools, offering them pizza, pastries and opportunities.

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Spring Out 2022

Join Us For Spring Out 2022!  Friday, April 22, 2022 from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm. It’s time to get out of the house to celebrate the growth and success of Girls at Work, Inc.! Registration and [...]

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