A Non-Profit Mentoring Organization For College and Careers
A Non-Profit Mentoring Organization For College and Careers

Donate to Girls Prep today! Your donation goes directly to supporting the development of college and college-bound young women.

 

Girls Prep, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, incorporated in the state of Maryland. Donations to Girls Prep will be tax-deductible to the full extent of the law prior to the close of each calendar year. 

 

Check our tax-exempt status at: IRS.gov apps.irs.gov/app/eos/

Want to Become a Member?

Please contact us at: info@girlsprepnow.org or fill out our contact form via our contact us page.

 

Office Phone:

202-642-9363

 

Office Location:

1629 K. St. NW

Suite 300

Washington D.C. 20006

 

Mailing Address:

Girls Prep, Inc.

P.O. Box 1600

10500 Little Patuxent Parkway 

Columbia, MD 21044

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Girls Prep was founded in 2009 as a non-profit mentoring organization offering innovative, collaborative and personalized mentoring relationships to African-American and Latina-American girls between the ages of 16-21. We seek to increase the educational outcomes of these two minority groups and our success criteria is to have 100% of our program participants matriculate and complete college within four years and enhance the pool of future minority women leaders for the 21st century.

 

We will achieve this thru the following:

  • Academic Preparation & Support
  • Social & Economic Development
  • Exposure to Cultural Diversity

 

The first and foremost goal of our non-profit organization is to make a positive difference in as many girls’ lives as possible. We strive to improve the professional skillset of future women leaders, in offering additional resources to teens that need additional support in preparing for college. There are many obstacles and challenges that can occur throughout the 4 years it takes to successfully navigate thru college and obtain a solid foundation for beginning a new career after college. We are here to support girls throughout their collegiate years as well, and we prepare them for the first steps of having a career trajectory that leads to obtaining a high-level leadership role. Have you ever thought about how much of an impact you could have in becoming a volunteer? Sign up to become a member today!

 

 

"Toni Stone" Considered a pioneer, Stone WAS the first woman to play baseball in the Negro Leagues. also, making her the first woman to play professionally in a men’s league in the 1950's. Against all odds, Stone blazes a path in the male-dominated sports world, shattering expectations and creating her own set of rules. Come See The Remarkable Story of Toni Stone with Girls PREP on FriDay May 1st at 8pm. tHis is the latest work from award-winning playwright Lydia R. Diamond (Smart People, The Bluest Eye) tellING the dynamic and uplifting story of Stone’s journey of perseverance and resilience.

Martha Dean

We thank you for your generosity on Giving Tuesday and on any day you decide to give.

Donations are accepted and welcomed at any time of the year! 

Visit us on IG and FB to see our past campaigns for International Women's Day.

Thank you to the Washington Wizards and Monumental Sports for helping us celebrate International Women's Day 2020! 

      latino and african american OBSTACLES

The typical college graduate out-earns the average high-school graduate by about $650,000 over the course of their career. Women with a bachelor's degree earn twice as much as those without a high school diploma, 50% more than those who completed high school and 22% more than those with an associate's degree.
Our goal is to increase college graduation rates amongst these two minority groups so they have the opportunity to compete! Roughly 13.9% of African American women completed 4 or more years of college, compared to 10% of Hispanic American women and 22.3% of Caucasian American women.

 

Want to know more about us and our projects? Read about the work we have done so far and our plans for the future. Do you like what we do and want to know what you can do to help? Learn more about us.

Washington, DC Girls on the campus of Howard University

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