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Junior Girls Day Out Community Project Summer Program Kicks Off July 18
7/1/2015 2:05:49 PM


From Junior Girls Day Out

The 2015 Junior Girls Day Out Community Project is proud to announce the kick off its summer program on July 18. This year the organization will launch its Math & Money Literacy Program on July 18th for girls 6-12 years old, and the Self-Esteem Enrichment Program for girls 4-12 years old that will take place August 8th.  The programs are free and participants will include girls from four (4) counties in the low country.

We are excited to feature "Junior Girls Mathematics Economics & Money" which is a fun and enriching financial literacy program for girls. This popular program offers an array of educational activities to help teach girls at a young age the basic and vital principals of money management in savings, budgeting, credit, check writing, and giving back. Girls will be afforded the opportunity to be enriched through the following: Financial Literacy Expo, Financial Professionals & Girls Mentoring Lunch, Financial Institution Tours, Savings Account Set-up & Management, “Right Choice” Shopping Spree Events, “Financial Literacy Day on Capitol Hill” (DC), and more.

The Financial Literacy Expo, takes place Saturday, July 18th, 9:00am-3:00pm at James Island Elementary School and entails financial professionals, hands-on activities, money and math exhibits and challenges, games, lunch, prizes, and more.    
As a means of steering young girls onto the right path, “Junior Girls Day Out” Community Project conducts education, career, personal, social, and cultural development programs for girls.   Our goal is to provide positive outlets which will inspire and encourage young girls to fulfill great achievements in their lives, and be deterred from pursuing paths of drugs, violence, and other detrimental vices.  All program events, meals, transportation, and prizes are free.   

To sign up, visit

For more Information call (843) 608-8719 or send e-mail to Follow us on Twitter @JrGirlsDayOut, or on Facebook at “Junior Girls Day Out Community Project”.

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