The Ladies Who Make It Happen
GGG Teen Entrepreneurs are 10th and 11th grade girls. These girls are selected by the GGG Entrepreneurship & Innovation Education Team to attend the 6-week intensive summer incubator where they will learn from GGG staff and serial entrepreneurs, named Resource Volunteers, how to build her own business from the ground up.
GGG College Mentors
GGG College Mentors are young black women who are enrolled in an accredited college or university. These young women are high energy and on fire for building up GGG Teen Entrepreneurs who are attending and have already graduated from the 6-week intensive summer incubator. Each GGG Mentor will be paired with 1 Teen Entrepreneur.
Resource Volunteers are black women who are serial entrepreneurs who have credibility and proven performance in the business world AND/OR women who have begun their careers as professionals in varying fields. These women will be an invaluable resource and service to GGG, especially to the GGG Teen Entrepreneurs during the 6-week intensive summer incubator and throughout the year.
Get Girls Going Program Life Cycle
During the months of May -June, Get Girls Going will undergo intense application review and interviewing. Get Girls Going will select 10 GGG Entrepreneurs that combined have a diverse range of topics they propose to focus on.
After the GGG Entrepreneurs are selected, 5 Entrepreneurship Mentors and 10 Resource Volunteers will go through the same interviewing process. The goal of recruiting these two groups of women is to closely align their skill sets/personalities/ and passions with the GGG Entrepreneurs they will be paired with for the next year.
Get paid to create and learn how to lead your own business
Get matched with your very own Entrepreneurship Mentor
Select successful black women to shadow in the business area you are interested in
Collaborate with other black women and girls
Learn Digi Fabrication software and machinery
Get college and career pathways support
Connect with local organizers, makers, and entrepreneurs