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Teen Girls Explore the Future at Camp CEO

Camp CEO - June 2-5, 2015
Camp Meriwether
Applications and References due by March 27, 2015
Girls who are in the 10th – 12th grades by June are eligible to apply.

Camp CEO is a fun, four- day overnight camp that brings together 30 teen girls like yourself, and 30 of the Atlanta area’s most accomplished women executives. It is a highly rewarding, unique and often surprising opportunity to learn what it’s really like to be an executive woman in today’s world. Girls and senior- executive women will participate in activities like: attending a career fair, learning how to start a conversation easily in an adult setting, challenge yourself on the ropes course, participate in small group networking with executive women, spending time around the campfire, and listening and learning from each other.

You will be in a small group with several business women. Together you will experience a series of activities designed to build your leadership and professional skills. You will discover how these real women started out - just like you: a teen girl with dreams, goals, and everyday challenges.

Special Thanks to Our Camp CEO 2015 Sponsors:

Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta is thrilled to announce that Womenetics and PNC Bank recently partnered together to raise $31,000 for Camp CEO, a mentoring program that pairs high achieving Girl Scouts with female business executives. The silent auction at Womenetics’ 2015 POW! Awards took place April 29 at the GA Aquarium and will support the 2015 program. The POW! Awards honored 13 of Atlanta’s most successful women executives, including retiring Spelman College President Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum, Recording Academy Senior Executive Director Michele Caplinger, Cricket Wireless President Jennifer Van Buskirk, Atlanta City Council member Mary Norwood and UPS Chief Legal, Communications and Compliance Officer Teri McClure. Not surprisingly, a majority of these women were also Girl Scouts! Read more

 

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