Smart-Girl Inc

Rating: 4.83 stars   12 reviews


6825 E. Tennessee Ave Suite 637 Denver CO 80224 USA


The mission of Smart-Girl, Inc. is to empower adolescent girls to make smart choices and become confident, capable, self-reliant young women. In addition, through the Smart-Guy program, Smart-Girl prepares adolescent boys to make smart choices and grow into resilient, self-assured and upstanding young men.

Target demographics:

middle school students

Geographic areas served:

Colorado, Wyoming, Utah and New York


the Smart-Girl and Smart-Guy programs. High School and College Age students are trained to serve as mentors for middle school students. Implementing a curriculum devoted to developing social emotional skills, two mentors lead groups of about 10 students in weekly interactive sessions.

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Rating: 4 stars  

Smart Girl is a past grantee of The Women's Foundation of Colorado. In particular, they have supported our annual Girls' Leadership Council program by serving as an applicant and participating in a youth led grant making process and site visit. Smart Girl really understands girls and young women; our high school aged Girls' Leadership Council participants always feel respected by Smart Girl and are impressed by their transparent and authentic interactions with young women. It doesn't matter if you are a girl or young, Smart Girl gets you! They are a pleasure to work with and we are lucky to have them as a community partner.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

Expand its capacity to serve more schools across the State of Colorado.

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Quite well

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A lot

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