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:



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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Connect with us through a variety of social media sites to learn more about our upcoming programs and volunteer opportunities. We appreciate your support and engagement!

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News & Current/Past Events

Thanks to our board members for making our first seminar event of 2018 a success! 

Our Girls PREP proteges enjoyed the Goal Setting Brunch and Vision Board Party. To see the fun, follow us on Facebook an Instagram. 

We want to thank everyone that attended our first benefit night at Arena Stage. We appreciate you support and your donation will be used to support the programs we provide for young women ages 16-21. 


Girls PREP will be participating in Giving Tuesday again this year. Year Four! 

Be on the look out for Tuesday November 27, 2018 

We had a wonderful Tea and Lace event and thanks to everyone that made a purchase! 

Please check out FB and IG for event pictures and feel free to shop at anytime by visiting: https://braazi.com/

SaturDay October 15th 2016                            CycLE for A Cause - Zengo Cycle Logan Circle 2:00 PM

Thank you to everyone who attended our cycle for a cause event. We enjoyed the work out and appreciate the team at Zengo Cycle for making our event fun and memorable. The women's empowerment workout music mix was amazing. Not to mention a special thanks to The Nail Saloon for donating a man/pedi gift card. We had an wonderful time being pampered after the event. 


Mentor & Protégé Recruitment

Join the 2017-2018 Girls Prep Team!

Leadership Cohort 7


We are asking for women in leadership roles to reach out and learn more about how to get involved with our organization. Our programs support African-American and Latina-American young women ages 16-21 who are looking for the support of a mentor and need guidance with the college application process along with navigating thru the challenges of college and starting a career. If you are looking for a great mentoring experience email us to learn how to join the Girls Prep Protégé & Mentor Team!


Email: info@girlsprepnow.org


Stay up-to-date on what’s new with the Girls Prep Team; learn about our events and more. See how Girls Prep supporters in your community follow their passion to cultivate future leaders and help to fund our programs for college-bound young African-American and Latina-American women. And absolutely no spam, it's our commitment and promise!!


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Written by: Jaharra Simmons Howard University CO 2016 Landing your dream internship may seem a little challenging but with a little guidance it can be a breeze. The following steps can make this process just a tad bit easier. ·                 Research: There’s nothing worse than spending an entire summer at an internship that you hate, so research is key. Do as much research as possible while applying to internships, this can ensure that you will enjoy your experience more. ·                Network: Building relationships with recruiters is a great way to stand out from your peers. Subtle communication such as a few emails per week and attending information sessions shows these recruiters that you are serious about the opportunities they’re offering. ·        Resume Critiques: Having your resume critiqued by a professor or even an industry professional can be very helpful. When working on your resume, make sure you are tailoring it to the industry you are interested in entering. This shows the employer that you’re qualified for the position and gets right to the point in detailing your experience or knowledge about the industry and the particular company you are pursuing.  ·         Mock Interviews: It’s best to be prepared so a practice interview can do nothing but help. This can prepare you for the actual interview process and equip you with answers for questions the employer will possibly ask. Look up the company on websites like, Glassdoor.com and you can find specific questions that the company tends to ask during interviews. Ask a roommate, classmate, professor or counselor who is invested in your success to conduct your mock interview.  ·         First Impressions: Before you go to the interview make sure you do your research on the company’s corporate culture. This will consist of the dress code, core values and overall feel of the company. Make sure when going to the interview you appear as if you already work there, dress to fit the part and appeal to the company’s culture in the best interview attire that you own. Also, research the history of the company so you seem knowledgeable and up-to-date on the current happenings within the company and how they are performing against competitors. I hope these tips help in landing your dream internship. Also remember, confidence and persistence is key and the employer will notice your efforts!   Editorial Credit - Jaharra Simmons Spring 2015 



Here you can learn about our latest projects and what's new at our organization.

New Volunteers


We are pleased to announce the arrival of new volunteers. Learn how you can join the Girls Prep team, contact us today!!

Our New Website is Online

We are excited about our new online presence. Browse our new website to learn more about our organization.

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