GAW In The News

Bus 52 logoThis fall we got a call from Bus 52, a group of recent college graduates traveling to each state in the United States to collect and share inspiring stories. Imagine our thrill at learning that for their New Hampshire story, they chose Girls at Work! Bus 52 visited us at an after-school build at the Seacoast Charter School, where they filmed and interviewed the girls who were building, then pulled the segments together into a wonderful video that was featured on several websites, including The Huffington Post,,, and The Concord Monitor also did a follow-up story, and when the Bus 52 crew was interviewed on CBS This Morning, footage of our build was shown on national television!

To the incredible team known as Bus 52, we’d like to pass on the words of Margaret Mead: “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” We’re grateful to them not just for bringing our story to the world, but for sharing the stories of scores of other projects and people over the course of the year. We send a warm thank you to Bus 52 for their passion, positive efforts, and dedication to sharing the importance of making a difference with the world.

In other news, Girls at Work also had the chance to share our story on the radio during an interview with life coach and consultant Rustie MacDonald at!