Girl Up educators are teachers, mentors and/or parents who work directly with American girls to encourage and support them to become the drivers of the Girl Up campaign.
Girl Up educators can also be inspirational American girls who are educating their peers and friends. Alongside Girl Up educators, American girls have the opportunity to develop their leadership skills while becoming the next generation of global leaders.
Educators’ learning materials are downloadable pdf files that take the Girl Up campaign to a deeper level by providing everything from relevant statistics to suggested activities to recommended links. Learning materials can be used in both formal and informal learning environments.
Country one-pagers include contextually-specific background information as well as in-country programmatic details for each focus country.
Issue one-pagers highlight easily digestible statistics and resources.
“Just the Facts,” provides two full pages of statistics centered around Girl Up’s five issue areas.
The Activity Guide includes 12 interactive activites to learn, understand, and feel what life is like for girls in developing countries.
Girl Up’s Flickr albums have everything from observation trips abroad to tour stops across the United States and events at the White House with the First Lady.
Videos also cover a wide range of topics – from an overview of the campaign to being on the ground in Liberia – bringing Girl Up to life.