New York

Type of ProgramOrganization / PlaceProgramGrade LevelStateLocationGrade LevelSHORT DESCRIPTION
Girls' Leadership: Civic-focusedYWCA of the City of New YorkYWCA Amplifying Multiple Perspectives (YW AMP) Leadership Program9th - 12th NYNew York09 - 9th Grade,10 - 10th Grade,11 - 11th Grade,12 - 12th GradeThe program offers self-identified girls with the opportunity to develop and define their individual leadership and collective capacity. Girls will develop their critical thinking and leadership skills, self-awareness and build networks to fight for gender justice.
Civic Leadership (gender-neutral)Girls for Gender EquityUrban Leaders Academy10th and 11thNYBrooklyn10 - 10th Grade,11 - 11th GradeDesigned to advance leadership skills, social justice principles & values, and self-determination within young people of color.
Girls' Leadership,Summer CampGirls Who CodeSummer Immersion Program10th and 11thNY, NationalVarious10 - 10th Grade,11 - 11th GradeGirls Who Code offers free 7-week summer programs for 10th-11th grade girls to learn 
coding and get exposure to technology jobs.
Girls' LeadershipSadie Nash Leadership ProgramSadie Nash Leadership Program9th - 12thNYNew York City09 - 9th Grade,10 - 10th Grade,11 - 11th Grade,12 - 12th GradeProject includes rigorous coursework, mentoring, as well as service, experiential, and skill learning, including community organizing and youth-designed activism projects.
Girls' LeadershipGirls Leadership InstituteNYC WorkshopsK - 10thNYVarious00 - Kindergarten,01 - 1st Grade,02 - 2nd Grade,03 - 3rd Grade,04 - 4th Grade,05 - 5th Grade,06 - 6th Grade,07 - 7th Grade,08 - 8th Grade,09 - 9th Grade,10 - 10th GradeGirls Leadership Institute (GLI) offers camps and workshops designed to teach girls, educators and parents the core practices of emotional intelligence, healthy relationships, and assertive self-expression.
Girls' Leadership: Civic-focusedCenter for Women in Government & Civil Society, University at AlbanyNEW Leadership™ New YorkCollegeNYAlbany13 - CollegeA week-long, residential undergraduate leadership development program for women, NEW Leadership™ strives to instill the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary for effective political engagement and community organizing.
Girls' LeadershipHer Honor MentoringHer Honor Mentoring9th - 12thNYWestchester County, NY09 - 9th Grade,10 - 10th Grade,11 - 11th Grade,12 - 12th GradeMentoring girls for leadership in Westchester County, NY (includes all types of professions); Life skills workshops are designed for mentees to learn crucial skills to benefit their professional as well as personal live
Girls' Leadership: Civic-focusedEleanor Roosevelt Center at Val KillGirls Leadership Worldwide9th - 12thNYHyde Park09 - 9th Grade,10 - 10th Grade,11 - 11th Grade,12 - 12th GradeGirls experience interactive workshops, field trips to New York City, the United Nations and other significant sites, while building supportive relationships with inspiring mentors and peers.
Girls' LeadershipGirls Action Network, Inc.Girls Action Network Programs6th and upNYNew York06 - 6th Grade,07 - 7th Grade,08 - 8th Grade,09 - 9th Grade,10 - 10th Grade,11 - 11th Grade,12 - 12th GradeGAN is dedicated to helping girls ages 11 and up—with special emphasis on those from underserved communities—become the best they can be through participation in innovative learning experiences with particular focus on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), self-awareness assessments, educational activities and mentoring.
Girls' LeadershipGirl Scouts of Greater New York and Barnard College, Athena Leadership CenterGirl Scout Leadership Institute9th - 12thNYNew York09 - 9th Grade,10 - 10th Grade,11 - 11th Grade,12 - 12th GradeFoster leadership in young girls so that they can drive change.
Girls' Leadership: Civic-focusedAmerican Legion AuxiliaryEmpire Girls State11thNYAlbany11 - 11th GradeHigh school girls who have completed their Junior year spend an intensive week of study, working together as self-governing citizens at Auxiliary-sponsored Girls State programs.
Girls' LeadershipGirl Be HeardEducational Programs6th - 12thNYNew York06 - 6th Grade,07 - 7th Grade,08 - 8th Grade,09 - 9th Grade,10 - 10th Grade,11 - 11th Grade,12 - 12th GradeGirl Be Heard’s educational programs are designed for middle and high school students and taught by Girl Be Heard Teaching Artists. The curriculum encourages young women to explore gender, race and class issues through theatre and performance.
Girls' LeadershipGirl Meets WorldCurriculum Program5th - 8thNYNew York05 - 5th Grade,06 - 6th Grade,07 - 7th Grade,08 - 8th GradeGirl Meets World is a practical leadership and skill development workshop for middle school girls utilizing young female professionals, with many different specialties and stories.
Girls' LeadershipWoodhull InstituteCollege Women's Ethical Leadership RetreatsCollege and new college gradsNYAncramdale13 - CollegeThree-day retreat for young women includes modules on: Ethics and Leadership Development, Public Speaking, Negotiation, Interview Skills, Job Seeking Strategies, Financial Literacy, Advocacy and Identity/Voice workshops.
Girls' LeadershipGirls Who CodeClubs Program6th - 12th NY, NationalVarious06 - 6th Grade,07 - 7th Grade,08 - 8th Grade,09 - 9th Grade,10 - 10th Grade,11 - 11th Grade,12 - 12th GradeGirls Who Code offers free after-school programs for 6-12th grade girls to use computer science to impact their community and join a sisterhood of supportive peers and role models.
Girls' LeadershipBLACK GIRLS ROCK! Inc.BLACK GIRLS LEAD8th - 12thNYNew York08 - 8th Grade,09 - 9th Grade,10 - 10th Grade,11 - 11th Grade,12 - 12th GradeBLACK GIRLS LEAD (BGL) is an international leadership conference for girls. The mission is to offer girls tools and resources to become lead, innovate, and serve confidently.
Girls' Leadership: Civic-focusedBella Abzug Leadership InstituteBella Abzug Leadership Institute9th - CollegeNYNew York09 - 9th Grade,10 - 10th Grade,11 - 11th Grade,12 - 12th Grade,13 - CollegeBALI mentors and trains young women in high school and college to be proactive, principle-driven leaders of tomorrow in fields that transform society and our political system for the betterment of women.
Girls' Leadership: Civic-focused Friends of Women’s Rights National Historical Park,
Women March in Seneca Falls, and
Erie County Commission on the Status of Women
1st Amendment-1st Vote, Inc.9th - 12thNYVarious09 - 9th Grade,10 - 10th Grade,11 - 11th Grade,12 - 12th Grade 1st Amendment-1st Vote is a non-partisan seminar and conference opportunity for high school girls to imagine themselves engaged in the political process as leaders and candidates for elected office in adulthood.
Place of Interest,Field TripMatilda Joslyn Gage HomeGeneral (all)NYFayetteville00 - Kindergarten,01 - 1st Grade,02 - 2nd Grade,03 - 3rd Grade,04 - 4th Grade,05 - 5th Grade,06 - 6th Grade,07 - 7th Grade,08 - 8th Grade,09 - 9th Grade,10 - 10th Grade,11 - 11th Grade,12 - 12th Grade,13 - College,14 - General (all)Matilda Joslyn Gage was a co-leader of the early women’s rights movement alongside Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton. Gage held executive positions in the National Woman Suffrage Association throughout its existence, and as much women’s rights work took place in the Gage Home as in any other women’s history site in the United States.
Place of Interest,Field TripSusan B. Anthony Museum & HouseGeneral (all)NYRochester00 - Kindergarten,01 - 1st Grade,02 - 2nd Grade,03 - 3rd Grade,04 - 4th Grade,05 - 5th Grade,06 - 6th Grade,07 - 7th Grade,08 - 8th Grade,09 - 9th Grade,10 - 10th Grade,11 - 11th Grade,12 - 12th Grade,13 - College,14 - General (all)The National Susan B. Anthony Museum & House shares the story of Susan B. Anthony's lifelong struggle to gain voting rights for women and equal rights for all. The museum collects and showcases artifacts and research materials directly related to Anthony's life and work.
Place of Interest,Field TripNational Women's Hall of FameGeneral (all)NYSeneca Falls00 - Kindergarten,01 - 1st Grade,02 - 2nd Grade,03 - 3rd Grade,04 - 4th Grade,05 - 5th Grade,06 - 6th Grade,07 - 7th Grade,08 - 8th Grade,09 - 9th Grade,10 - 10th Grade,11 - 11th Grade,12 - 12th Grade,13 - College,14 - General (all)The National Women's Hall of Fame honors the contributions of American women. The Hall sponsors Induction Weekend where distinguished American women are celebrated for their significant contributions to society; exhibits and artifacts honoring inductees; educational programs, including visiting authors, lecturers and programs of special interest; tours for groups and schools; and special events.
Place of Interest,Field TripWomen's Rights National Historic ParkGeneral (all)NYSeneca Falls00 - Kindergarten,01 - 1st Grade,02 - 2nd Grade,03 - 3rd Grade,04 - 4th Grade,05 - 5th Grade,06 - 6th Grade,07 - 7th Grade,08 - 8th Grade,09 - 9th Grade,10 - 10th Grade,11 - 11th Grade,12 - 12th Grade,13 - College,14 - General (all)Women's Rights National Historical Park tells the story of the first Women's Rights Convention held in Seneca Falls, NY on July 19-20, 1848. The park consists of four historical properties and a Visitor Center, including the Wesleyan Chapel where the first Women's Rights Convention was held and tour suffragist leader Elizabeth Cady Stanton's home.