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After School Program Fall 2015

GRC is launching it’s second run of the Girls Rock after school program (GRASP) in September of 2015 and will focus on mentorship, leadership, and music as a platform for social change. Students will learn an instrument, form a band of their own with other students, engage in dynamic workshops focused on basic social justice principles, complete several collaborative art projects, and perform their own original music at a real venue in town. No musical experience is required and all instruments and materials for the program will be provided.

GRASP Fall 2015 will be held at the Stroble Community Center in Downtown Charleston and will take place from September 14-December 10th: Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 4:00 – 6:00 pm with the exception of school holidays. The end of program Showcase will be held on Saturday, December 12th

How to apply:

Rocker Application for Parents/Guardians and Rocker Application for Students (both must be filled out for consideration)

Interested in volunteering? Fill out the Volunteer Application

Application deadline is August 20th, applications will be accepted late until August 26th.

Questions? Call Micah at 803-984-6215 or Chan at 843-628-6263 for more info

Summer Camp 2015

Each summer, Girls Rock Charleston holds a one-week day camp for girls and transgender youth ages 9 to 17. Campers form bands and take instrument classes in guitar, bass, keyboards, or drums and also participate in workshops about topics such as Feminism 101, Local Social Justice History, Self-Defense, Bodies and Consent, and Resistance Through Art & Music. At the end of camp week, bands perform original songs at a live showcase event in front of family, friends, and Charleston community members.

The Junior Counselor program is open to girls and transgender youth who are of high school age (15-17). Junior Counselors will participate in most of the above mentioned camp activities and also have opportunities to take leadership roles throughout the week. This may include co-teaching instrument classes or workshops, setting up gear throughout the day, helping with morning and afternoon assemblies, and more!

Summer Camp 2015 will once again be held at Septima P. Clark Academy on James Island. Camp week will take place from July 13-17. The end of camp Showcase will be held on Saturday, July 18.

Applications are closed for this summer of camp – thank you!