Less than one year after the official website relaunched in 2018, Career Girls reaches 7.5 million page-view milestone.
Career Girls is a United States based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to providing a free noncommercial video platform to amplify the stories of positive female role models and provide girls of all income levels and ethnic backgrounds an inspirational “real world” context to their academic studies.
Career Girls is a United States-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides a free, noncommercial video platform that amplifies the stories of positive female role models to give girls of all income levels and ethnic backgrounds an inspirational, “real world” context to their academic studies
Career Girls offers over 11,000 short video clips of more than 600 interviews with diverse and accomplished women role models sharing their advice on careers, education, and life for young girls. The organization also produces the Career Girls Empowerment Lesson series, which organizes content by topic or theme into fast-paced video lessons featuring straight-to-the-point insights and a discussion-based curriculum.
Career Girls produces new content weekly, which can be accessed online globally at CareerGirls.org. Teaching guides, activities, motivational posters, and other printables can be downloaded at no cost. Careergirls.org content is also available in offline environments via World Possible's OER2Go platform and portable plug-and-play servers such as RACHEL, Internet in a Box, Endless OS, and others.
Mission: Career Girls is founded on the dream that every girl around the world has access to diverse and accomplished women role models to learn from their experiences and discover their own path to empowerment.
Tagline: Closing the Imagination Gap
Motto: Inspire, Educate, Empower
Slogan: You Got This
Nonprofit 501(c)(3) Designation: 2011
Founder and Executive Producer: Linda Calhoun