Girl Force (grades 7-9) – Virtual

The Girls Programs provide girls-only safe spaces where they can learn about and share their knowledge of leadership, activism, and community building. We facilitate various activities that include music, crafts, discussions, and most importantly, girl-led sessions where girls practice their leadership skills. Girls tell us that our programs are fun and that they help them feel …

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Girl Power (grades 5-6) – Virtual

The Girls Programs provide girls-only safe spaces where they can learn about and share their knowledge of leadership, activism, and community building. We facilitate various activities that include music, crafts, discussions, and most importantly, girl-led sessions where girls practice their leadership skills. Girls tell us that our programs are fun and that they help them …

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Women Improve Their Communities Through Leadership with Women Lead YYC

Women Lead YYC is a free leadership program offered at the Women’s Centre of Calgary that takes place over a period of six weeks. The program’s goal is to support, encourage and connect Calgary women who want to improve their communities through leadership. I was lucky enough to participate in the fifth cohort of Women …

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Girl Connect Conference

Back for a second round, our annual Girl Connect Conference is coming up on Saturday, October 12th from 10am to 4pm at the Women’s Centre Calgary. Coinciding with #InternationalDayOfTheGirl this is an event organized and run by girls for girls. All girls in grades 5 to 12 are welcome to attend for free! Girls will …

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Women Lead YYC – Spring Update

This post was written by Emma Dresen, practicum student at the Women’s Centre Women Lead YYC is a free, six-week leadership program offered at the Women’s Centre. Women Lead YYC aims to connect, inspire and empower women who want to develop leadership skills and implement change in their communities. During my practicum at the Women’s …

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