Lower Eastside Girls Club members had a great time at Google New York experiencing the beauty of code by lighting up one of the National Christmas Trees in the President’s Park! #madewithcode #NCTL2014
VILLAGE VOICE By Jena Cumbo Wed., Nov. 12 2014 at 12:18 PM Categories: Celebrations On Tuesday, November 11, 2014, The Lower Eastside Girls Club hosted a music and technology conference, “Girls Making Waves,” in partnership with Willie Mae Rock Camp for Girls….
As one of the Girls Club’s many summer programs, Sound and Space Camp combines storytelling, software development, astronomy, sound engineering, and music. The following video piece is produced by the EdLab at Teachers College, Columbia University.
Artist Kiki Smith has designed a custom fountain as a gift to the Lower Eastside Girls Club. The sculpture will be featured in the building’s outdoor courtyard, underwritten by The Philip and Janice Levin Foundation. Smith joined director of the…
Google’s Made With Code is a timely, multi-million dollar initiative to bring more girls into coding and engineering and creating and solving problems via technology. Read more.
DAILY NEWS June 12, 2014 Nourish Workshop, started by non-profit Sanctuary for Families and the Lower Eastside Girls Club, aims to teach survivors about basic nutrition and give them cooking skills as well as a self-esteem boost. Read more.
Chelsea Clinton speaks at the Clinton Foundation’s No Ceilings: The Full Participation Project at the Lower Eastside Girls Club on April 17, 2014 in New York City. Read more.
NYTimes: For Girls, Their Own Way to Reach the Heavens October 11, 2013 The Lower Eastside Girls Club now has a $20 million clubhouse with classrooms, a recording studio, even a planetarium. Read the NY Times article here.
Beats By Girlz is a non-traditional, creative and educational recording-arts campaign designed by Erin Barra in cooperation with The Lower Eastside Girls Club of New York. Built in response to a workshop piloted in 2011, phase one of the initiative…
Meet Lyn Pentecost, executive director and cofounder of this badass institution. So tell us about your organization. Well, it’s a place where young girls from the neighborhood can come after school and on weekends to be in an enriched learning…