Registration is open for our after-school, Spring Break, and Summer programs at our Crestwood Center and for our Walker County Summer camp. Click here to fill out the registration form.
If you are trying to make a payment for one of our programs, click here.
Registration is now open for our Eureka! Teen Achievement Program. Click here to fill out the registration form.
Registration for the 2017 iCan Girls Engineering Conference begins February 6! Click here or the iCan! logo below to sign up or learn more.
Girls Inc. offers after-school programming for girls in grades 1-8. Providing transportation from nearby schools, the program offers girls research-based programming including SMART (Science, Math, And other Relevant Technology), reading, life skills, economic literacy, and sports. Each summer, Girls Inc. provides a full-day camp experience at our Crestwood and Walker County locations. In addition to arts, sports, and field trips, our summer program includes educational enrichment in reading and math to prevent summer learning loss.
Annual Membership (required for all participants but good for all programs during the school year): $25. Contact Byana Underwood, email@example.com for more information.
Crestwood Center After-School Program (with transportation): $500
Crestwood Center After-School Program (without transportation): $250
Crestwood Spring Break: $100. 2017 Dates: March 27-31. Contact Byana Underwood, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Crestwood Center Summer Camp: $507. Includes camp t-shirt. Annual fee does not have to be paid again if child participated in most recent Spring Break program. 2017 Dates: June 5-30; July 10-August 4 (closed July 3-7). Contact Byana Underwood, email@example.com for more information.
Walker County Summer Camp: $225. Includes t-shirt and annual membership fee.
Crestwood Winter Break: $150. Annual fee does not have to be paid again if paid this calendar year. 2017 dates TBA.
Eureka! Teen Achievement Program
Eureka! is a five-year comprehensive STEM program designed to inspire girls ages 12 to 18 to pursue their academic and career interests, especially in STEM-related fields. The Eureka! camp is held on the campus of UAB each summer and involves monthly meetings during the school year. Rising 8th grade girls will have the opportunity to engage in hands-on science, technology, engineering, and math activities, along with personal and career development workshops and adventure sports. The program will also give them the chance to visit college campuses, meet new friends, explore different career options, and participate in internships.
Annual Membership (required for all participants but good for all programs during the school year): $25
Total cost for 1 full year: $300
You may pay the $300 fee in four installments of $75 each (if your child is not already enrolled in another Girls Inc. program, the $25 membership fee would be added to the first payment).
ENROLLMENT FOR THE 2017 PROGRAM BEGINS FEB. 13.
Teen Leadership Program
Teen Leadership Program focuses on college preparation and career planning for high school students. Participants visit colleges, develop resumes, and learn leadership skills through community service. Local and national scholarships are available.
$75 + $25 Annual Membership (required for all participants but good for all programs during the school year)
Outreach programs are available to the community through local schools and other youth-serving sites. Our trained educators provide age-appropriate classes designed to reduce risky behaviors, encourage positive life choices, and increase youth chances for success. We utilize research-based curricula, and some programs are available in Spanish. Program areas include: Health & Wellness, Life Skills Development, Job Readiness, Economic Literacy, Hispanic Initiative, and Preventing Adolescent Pregnancy.
Contact Latrice Little Jackson, Director of Community Impact, for more information about our Outreach programs.
Phone: (205) 599-5549
Case Management functions as a resource for girls and families involved in our center-based and outreach programs. It increases girls’ abilities to effectively overcome personal challenges by providing a safe environment and onsite adult support. It also increases parents’ awareness of and accessibility to community resources.
Through Case Management we refer families in crisis to other United Way and government agencies that provide emergency support. By facilitating relationships with The Department of Human Resources, The Rape Crisis Center, the Birmingham Division of Youth Services, and others, we ensure that our members receive the best care possible, particularly during tough times.
Contact our Case Manager, Tiara King, if you would like more information about our Case Management services.