Teen Empowerment Program for Girls
Residential College in the Arts and Humanities
Michigan State University
We are excited to announce the partnership with The Residential College in the Arts and Humanities (RCAH) at Michigan State University and Grit, Glam, and Guts.
During the academic year, high school students take part in in the MSU-RCAH curriculum focuses on four critical areas: self-knowledge, individual and group identity development, personal and community health, and leadership. The objective is to address some of the primary issues affecting girls and women such as gender-based violence, mental health, and access to quality education and employment opportunities.
WITH RCAH at MICHIGAN STATE
Through the partnership we are working together to improve the personal, social, academic, and career development of girls and women throughout Michigan. Throughout the Fall & Spring semesters there are bi-weekly sessions specifically designed for the empowerment of teen girls during the MSU academic year in Lansing. The sessions allow for mentoring opportunities, conversations around health and wellness and self expression through art.
Office of Support Services & Engagement
The College of Education's Office of Support Services and Engagement at Michigan State University proudly partners and supports the mission of Grit, Glam, & Glams in cultivating the path of towards higher education for girl throughout Michigan.
GGG CORE VALUES
The core values for the Grit Glam Guts program in partnership with MSU are courage, leadership, authenticity, solidarity, and self-determination (CLASS). The aim is to sustain, inspire, drive, strengthen, empower, and transform girls and women on their journeys to Greatness.