YWCA Rosie's Girls Summer Camp still has open spots. Camp scholarships available.
Rosie’s Girls® is a unique summer program for 11-13-year-old girls designed to introduce girls to STEM-related careers and build self-esteem, physical confidence, interpersonal cooperation and leadership through learning and applying basic skills in carpentry and other technical trades.
The program gets its name from the fictional character "Rosie the Riveter," who symbolized the emerging strength and power of women who went to work in the defense plants while men were fighting World War II. Rosie has inspired generations of women to take the path less traveled and to do it with courage and conviction.
The 2018 YWCA camp session will run on weekdays from 8:45 a.m. – 3 p.m. July 9 – July 27 at Holmes High School, 2500 Madison Avenue.
Free bus service. Meals and snacks will be provided.
Call or Text Ms. Davis at 859-801-0078 for scholarship applications or visit www.YWCAcin.org for an application.