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We are hiring!

If you are interested in joining our amazing team committed to inspiring girls to be strong, smart, and bold and addressing historical inequities, we have open positions! Learn more about these opportunities here. Consider a career with us today!

Eureka! applications now open

Eureka! is a FREE, 5-year program that promotes confidence, sisterhood, college and career readiness for girls*. This year we are accepting 40 girls who are currently in their 7th grade year.

*“Girls” refers to gender-expansive youth (cis girls, trans girls, non-binary youth, gender non-conforming youth, gender queer youth, and any girl-identified youth).

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Impact of Mentoring

Whether it’s the inviting warmth of a staff member providing socio-emotional and encouragement in program every day, a volunteer host of a field trip or internship that helps to shine the light on a possible career path, or the pro-girl environment that provides countless role modeled possibilities for the future, we take mentoring seriously.

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through mental and physical health



through academic engagement



through leadership development

Our Impact

Too many girls in Alameda County grow up facing gender limitations, racial assumptions, and restricted opportunity due to economic status. Despite the rising prosperity and promise of the San Francisco Bay Area, these barriers make it harder for girls to uncover their strengths and realize their potential.

Girls Inc. of Alameda County’s model creates opportunities for success. We equip girls to defy limitations and stereotypes, attend college, break the cycle of poverty, and move into a thriving future. Our research-based programming supports girls at every stage of their development. We focus on the whole girl: her health and well-being, education, and development as a leader.



We support nearly 600 children and families annually through mental health therapy.


Our girls are 1.5x more likely to read at or above grade level than their peers.


100% of Girls Inc. seniors enroll in college and 89% are the first in their families to do so.