Girls Inc. Unveils Renderings for New Home

480 Hampden St. will be the new home of Girls Inc. of the Valley!


October 11 is International Day of the Girl

The business community gathered with Girls Inc. to celebrate


Girls Inc. of the Valley Receives $50,000 from Patriots Foundation & Bank of America

Girls Inc. of the Valley was one of six New England-based organizations chosen as part of the Patriots Community Captains Program.


Hiring for Multiple Positions

Now accepting applications for the following positions: Eureka! Middle School Manager, Elementary School Program Facilitator, Middle & High School Program Facilitator


Macy's Partners with Girls Inc. for Round-Up Campaign


Now Accepting Internship Applications

Girls Inc. of the Valley is looking for several interns for the Fall 2021 semester.


We are Girls Inc. of the Valley

Girls Inc. empowers, educates, and guides girls forward, helping them navigate the challenges in their lives. Through intentional and effective programming, both in school and after school, we focus on the development of the whole girl – while helping to harness the power already within her. The combination of long-lasting mentoring relationships, a pro-girl environment, and research-based programming equips girls to navigate gender, economic, and social barriers, and grow up healthyeducated, and independent.

*Girls Inc. of the Valley welcomes youth who identify as girls regardless of their assigned sex at birth, and those who are exploring their gender identity or expression during their time at Girls Inc. This position maintains our commitment to gender equality and justice by welcoming all youth who experience gender-based oppression (including but not limited to transgender girls, cisgender girls, transmasculine youth and non-binary individuals).

Check out our Spirit of Girls 2021 virtual event recording below, and subscribe to our YouTube Channel to stay up-to-date with our latest projects.




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Our Eureka! scholars have had the incredible opportunity to study breast cancer. Here’s Girls Inc. alumna, Maya Senquiz. A few years ago, she was an extern at PVLSI and studied tumor cells in the lab. Join us at 6 Open Square on Sunday morning for our drive through Pink Rally!

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Our mission is to inspire all girls to be strong, smart, and bold by providing them the opportunity to develop and achieve their full potential.