Girls Inc of Pinellas is an organization dedicated to serving girls and their families in our community.
We provide academic support, healthy living, and life skills to approximately 400 girls every year through a Before School Enrichment program, Operation SMART Summer Camp, and Operation SMART Spring Break Camp.
Our structure is reflective of the national Girls Inc organization, founded over 150 years ago, and our advocacy efforts reach beyond providing a nurturing, safe place for school-aged girls.
Join us and be a part of social change that inspires ALL girls to be Strong, Smart, and Bold!
Full Day Program
Oct 5th, 2020 to May 27th, 2021
Our full-day program provides a safe space to complete online school programming with peers.
Our trained facilitators will support your child with logging in to class and completing daily assignments in a safe and small environment.
After-School Enrichment Program
August 24, 2020 to May 27, 2021
The Girls Inc After-School Enrichment Program complements school day learning, and gives girls extra hours of structured learning every week. It helps girls discover who they are and whom they can become… prepared and ready to take their places in their communities, and their world!
Tutoring and homework help are available.
Bounty of Botany Spring Break Camp
March 15 to March 19, 2021
This Bounty of Botany Horticulture Camp will provide campers with the opportunity to explore the world of “green” careers that combine art and science. Campers will learn about greenhouse techniques, plant identification & production, floral design, entomology, and more.
Achieving Excellence in the Arts Summer Camp
June 1 to August 7, 2020
The Girls Inc of Pinellas S.T.E.A.M. Summer Camp offers a comprehensive combination of activities and learning designed to stimulate and entertain those who are fortunate to attend.
Each year a carefully chosen program is implemented, while field trips add a mix of academic, culture, and fun.
We are committed to providing programming to all 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.