FAQ | Girls With Impact

FAQ

  • Apply – Students apply and then are accepted.
  • Welcome – They receive a Welcome packet with login information to attend their online class.
  • Attend Online – Students meet for a live, engaging online class led by their coach.
  • Gather – Girls will gather in-person for an optional orientation to share their business and project ideas.
  • Updates – Parents are updated throughout the 12-weeks.

Watch this brief excerpt from a real class.

  • Just a computer with Internet access.
  • Also, a quiet, regular place to attend class.
  • 15 girls max. This allows us to have an engaging class with a powerful back-and-forth exchange.

They are:

  • Professionals experienced in entrepreneurship and business
  • Hold an MBA and/or other related degrees
  • Excited and committed to help girls succeed
  • Learn by doing
  • Incorporate instruction with exercises and hands-on learning
  • Educate girls on why curriculum is relevant to their college and career success
  • The program’s development was led by Girls with Impact CEO, who has taught business and entrepreneurship at New York University and to groups and Fortune 500 companies.
  • The curriculum team included experts from Harvard Business School’s Career Center and a 30-year guidance expert, Linda Woods.
  • Often, yes. Talk to your guidance counselor or other school representative first.
  • Tell them that the curriculum offers 33 hours of instruction.
  • Simply email us at support@girlswithimpact.com for any documentation needed.
  • If students face financial circumstances, we provide financial support.
  • The application provides an opportunity to answer this question and information will be included in your Welcome packet.
  • We have a two strikes, and you’re out policy. This is because it’s important that all students attend and avoid disrupting the class and the valuable relationships formed.
  • If a student misses class, simply inform your coach via email or text
  • Classes are taped and are available to view in the learning platform.

Yes, standards are:

  • Respect for others – listen without interruption and respond to communications within a 24-hour time period
  • Attendance – Attend class on time and at the specified times.
  • No distractions — No eating or texting during class.