Collaboration is vital to our holistic approach to supporting CB girls and their families.
First and foremost, we develop strong, supportive partnerships with resource counselors and administrative staff in each school where our program is offered.
Our Community Bridges staff work in tandem with key school personnel to identify and recruit girls for the CB Girls Program. Special attention and recruitment efforts are made to girls who may be in need of access to services, who are seeking involvement in their school and community, or who are simply looking to make new friends and establish a peer network.
Interested in bringing the CB Girls Program to your school? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 301-585-7155.
Community partners play an essential role in helping CB girls succeed.
It truly takes a village to provide the kind of sustained, holistic support that is the hallmark of the CB approach. We are deeply grateful to all the partners who make our programs possible, and who very often inspire our girls to dream bigger and aim higher.
We count on community partners — including businesses, nonprofits, colleges and government agencies — to expand our reach and deepen our impact. From donating resources and professional services, to sharing expertise with CB girls and families, to providing meaningful opportunities for girls to expand their horizons and connect with the community — our community partners are amazing!
Here are just a few of the partners making a big difference in the lives of CB girls:
Catylator Makerspace provides hands-on STEAM workshops to engage girls of all ages in the science, technology, engineering, arts, and math fields.
Montgomery College provides support for our Girls Program and College & Career Program, including donations of computers for our in-office computer lab and donation of space for our annual Career & Innovation Summit and end-of-year Our True Colors performance arts showcase.
Wells Fargo organizes financial literacy and FAFSA workshops for girls and families.
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