We know we do amazing work every time a mentee leaves a workshop smiling, but what do others think? Check it out for yourself! We’ve been featured in outlets including New York Magazine, Newsweek, The New York Times People Magazine, NY Post, Time Out New York, The Wall Street Journal, The Christian Science Monitor, ELLE India, LatinoUSA, WNBC4 New York, The Rumpus, Bustle, Kinfolk, NY1, Latina, Chime for Change, NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams, and Good Morning America. Review our media mentions by year and review some of the highlights below:
Here is Some Solid Life Advice: Forget About Being ‘Likeable”
New York Magazine. “Acclaimed writer (and resident Bey Hive feminist) Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie just dropped another piece of highly quotable advice. In a speech at the 2015 Girls Write Now awards ceremony, Adichie said…” Read more
5 Nonprofit Organizations for Young Girls That You Should Know
MAKERS. “Based in New York City, Girls Write Now aims to provide guidance, support, and opportunities for at-risk girls enrolled in public high schools. Through a mentorship program, they’re encouraged to develop their creativity and explore careers in professional and writing while learning important decision making skills.” Read more
With Mentors by Their Sides, Girls in Need Write Their Stories and Find New Lives.
The New York Times. “On Saturdays during the school year and all week in the summer, PinChang Huang, 16, leaves her home in Queens just after dawn and boards a crowded van bound for a nail salon on Long Island…” Read more
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