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Register for our next Virtual #REALMEDIAGIRL Workshop

Virtual workshops will be held 11/16/2021, 1/18/2022, 3/15/2022 and 5/17/2022.

Just like you need a Driver’s License to drive a car, we believe Girls+ need a Social Media License before creating a TikTok or Instagram account. 

Girls+ means that our programming is open to young people who identify as girls and young people who have ever felt like an outsider or an other because of their gender. Non-binary, trans, and genderqueer young people are welcome in MEDIAGIRLS programming!

Our #REALMEDIAGIRL Curriculum is specifically designed for middle school girls+. Our Curriculum is all about teaching girls to be REAL: 

  1. Recognize unrealistic beauty and body standards and center self-worth on non-physical characteristics
  2. Evaluate the social pressures that come with social media culture, and its effect on mental health
  3. Assess behavior and ability to self-regulate relationships with social media
  4. Learn how social media was designed by tech companies and how organizations use influencers as tools to sell products.

Young people will leave the workshop with a whole new set of social media literacy skills and tools to revolutionize social media to reflect their authentic selves and to speak up and use her voice to uplifts others; our definition of a #REALMEDIAGIRL.

Certified Trainers are parents, teachers, school administrators and staff, college students, and other mentors who are passionate about bringing The #REALMEDIAGIRL Curriculum to their community.

Learn more here!

Request MEDIAGIRLS Staff Teach the #REALMEDIAGIRL Curriculum

We offer the following Workshop selection:

Raising A #REALMEDIAGIRL: A Workshop for Parents and Educators

The Anti-Racism Workshop: Using Social Media to Take Down Racism

TikTok: What Should I Know?

Learn more about our Workshop offerings and sign up for our next Virtual Workshop here!

Questions? Read our Frequently Asked Questions or contact Executive Director Angela Scott at angela@mediagirls.org.