I think every girl in the world should come to the 4GIRLS Workshop because it is life changing.4GIRLS Workshop Participant
The 4GIRLS Workshop in Anaheim, scheduled for October 13 & 14, is full! We have no more room for any more young women and no more applications will be considered.
If you’re in middle school and wish to attend our workshop, please stay tuned for the 4GIRLS Workshop in Long Beach, which is scheduled for March 23 & 24, 2019. The Mentor/Junior Mentor Training will take place on March 9. Please check back here in late October for more details.
As of 9/12, we’ve closed our recruitment of Mentors and Junior Mentors for the 2018 OC Workshop! Thank you for your interest.
Are you interested in helping transform someone’s life? If so, apply to the 4GIRLS Mentor Program:
Junior Mentors are high-school aged girls who are critical to the success of the 4GIRLS two-day annual workshop. The Junior Mentor works closely with an Adult Mentor and helps facilitate conversation and encourages the girls to fully engage with the workshop.
Adult Mentors are at least 18 years old and out of high school. Adult Mentors spend both days at the workshop overseeing the Junior Mentor.
Serving as a 4GIRLS Mentor requires a significant time commitment; however, it is very rewarding as you witness first-hand the transformation of the workshop participants. Both Junior and Adult Mentors must attend a 3-hour training session, which is usually scheduled 1-2 weeks prior to the workshop. Training dates and locations will be posted online and selected Mentors will be contacted with training details in advance.
The Mentor/Junior Mentor Training will be on Saturday, September 29 from 10am-noon at Ponderosa Family Resource Center, located at 320 E. Orangewood, Anaheim, CA 92802.
All Mentors must have a current Live Scan on file with 4GIRLS, since we work with minors (children under 18 years of age) and our insurance carrier requires that all volunteers working directly with minors have a Live Scan report. Live Scan is a digitally scanned fingerprint service.
Visit this site: https://oag.ca.gov/fingerprints/locations?county=Orange to find a location in Orange County.
Please email your results to the contact email listed in your Mentor Welcome Letter and Email.