GR!DC has programs for youth, adults, and the DC community.

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Youth Summer Camp

Girls Rock! Camp

 

Adult Camp

We Rock! Camp

Youth After School Program

GR!ASP

DC Community

Instrument Share

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Youth Engagement

Youth Leaders

In order to follow prevailing health guidance and prioritize the well-being of our Girls Rock! DC campers, we are not currently holding in-person programs. We know that when times get tough, we turn to the arts, and so we’re committed to holding virtual space for DC’s young folks to express themselves, create, collaborate, and build something beautiful together. 

Girls Rock! DC’s After-School Program (GR!ASP) is February 1 – March 27, 2021. Learn more today!

Learn to express yourself with music!

Join Us! No music knowledge needed!

We’ll teach you how to create music and collaborate with fellow campers to write an original song.

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Help us make programs accessible to all DC youth!

We offer scholarships to all participants who need them, plus GR!DC provides the instruments! Support our work with a financial or in-kind donation today.

Girls Rock! DC programs are run by volunteers! Hug them (if they like hugs).

We have roles for all skill levels and time availability. Even if you don’t know a thing about music!

“Girls Rock has been my favorite experience of my entire existence and is something I don’t plan to ever let go of.”

Neenah W.2017 Camper, age 17

Girls Rock! DC Program Goals

  1. To provide our participants with self-empowerment, self-advocacy, and leadership skills and guidance to use these skills in a positive and ethical manner, as well as opportunities to practice these skills.
  2. To provide our participants with the team-working skills and practice spaces they need to successfully participate in a collaborative musical group and create their own original musical expression.
  3. To develop among our participants a sense that they can affect positive social change through the tool of music.
  4. To provide basic and advanced instruction in instrumentation and creative composition of a song.
  5. To introduce participants to the experiences of musical recording and performance.

NONDISCRIMINATION POLICY: Girls Rock! DC does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national and/or ethnic origin, marital status, sexual orientation, body type, physical ability, gender expression, or other individual identities in the administration of any of its educational programs, admissions policies, scholarships, and other Camp-related policies and programs, as well as volunteer policies and activities. All Camp activities will promote and maintain the personal and emotional safety of all campers and staff. We do not tolerate racism, homophobia, sexism, or other discriminatory behavior or expression.