What We Do
4 week summer incubator
Our 4-week summer incubator takes place on a college campus and includes programming, milestones and entrepreneurship classes that prepare our girls for real life experiences.
Our programming consists of empowering workshops that address the racial and gender disadvantages only black women deal with. GGG entrepreneurs will have a better sense on how to navigate through obstacles that black women face.
Our milestones prepare our GGG entrepreneurs for real world business milestones like pitching their business to investors and selling their service or product to their targeted customers.
Our curriculum involves entrepreneurship classes, an innovation lab, and a series of professional development workshops. GGG Entrepreneurs will learn how to identify traits of successful businesses and validate their assumptions about the businesses they aspire to lead.
Our services include training, workshops, and consulting for communities that are looking to use entrepreneurship as a tool to foster change.
Get Girls Goings’ entrepreneurship curriculum was designed to support aspiring entrepreneurs through the ideation and implementation phases. GGG has dedicated entrepreneurship consultants who will work with you and your team to help bring your idea to life.
Looking to train your team on how to start a youth summer program? Looking to learn how to write and teach entrepreneurship curriculum? Looking to learn more about starting a mentoring program? Our training will help your teams and organizations get started in building a program like ours.
Looking for us to host a workshop or event for your students or team? Our workshops include think tanks, professional development workshops, self identity workshops and entrepreneurship 101 workshops.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us today! No question is too small.
GGG empowers the community by offering free experiences that allow black girls and their communities to come together to learn from one another, celebrate each other and inspire each other to take action against social issues in their communities
Our outreach efforts and volunteer events involve participating in local events and giving back to the community.
These free workshops are geared toward helping young people find a voice and using that voice to make change in the communities. Workshops will include topics like “what is entrepreneurship, What to major in college, self identity, and more!
The GGG business expo is an yearly event that showcases black women business, teen black girl businesses and other affiliated organizations all in space. This expo will highlight black women and black teen girl entrepreneurs working to create change and lead an economic empowerment movement. This is a public event where people can purchase products, network and attend workshops!