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The 5 Best Girl Up Resources to Keep the Movement Going!

We’ve rounded up some of our favorite go-to online educational resources for Girl Up Club members to work on during their virtual Club meeting or individually!

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  2. Gender Equality

As entire communities practice social distancing, you’re probably wondering “what resources can my Club use to stay engaged?” You’re in luck! We have SO MANY RESOURCES in the Girl Up Community for you to use. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite online program resources to help you host your next online Club meeting!

Sports For A Purpose 

Are you and your Club members interested in uniting your passion for gender equality and sports? Start a discussion on the gender gap in sports and plan with your Club how to join  Girl Up on gender inequalities in sports using our Sports for a Purpose Club PowerPoint

Storytelling For Social Change

Storytelling is a powerful tool for activism. Stories have the power to break barriers, build connections, unite, persuade, inspire and educate. Interested in uniting your collective passion for gender equality and storytelling? Explore our new Storytelling page complete with all of our Storytelling for Social Change Starter Pack! Learn how to build a narrative, practice photojournalism, try public speaking, use social media for social good, or practice video storytelling. 
Looking for a challenge? Take our latest Storytelling Challenge

STEM for Social Good
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STEM for Social Good aims to inspire girls everywhere to use STEM skills to promote gender equality and change the world.We have resources, developed in partnership with Carnegie Science Center, to help anyone interested in science, technology, engineering, arts and design, and mathematics. The activities range in difficulty level making it a great resource for anyone with varied experiences in STEM. Download the Toolkit and complete it virtually with your Club! 

Club Leader Book and Starter Guide
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Tried and true, whenever you’re brainstorming activities for your Club we always recommend diving into the Club Leader Book. Just getting started with your Club? Well, you’re in luck! If you haven’t already, make sure you check out our Club Leader Book and Club Starter Guide. These will point you in the right direction and give you ideas for the first steps you need to take. 

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