Thank you for expressing interest in joining our sisterhood.
This page has recently changed to better expedite the processing of referrals.
Please feel free to use the secure form below when referring an individual or applying for services. This form is completely confidential and goes directly to our Intake Coordinator.
By completing this form you give us essential information regarding the reasons for the referral and help us provide you with the highest standards possible.
Download > You Grow Girl! Brochure
Submit a referral for group services: Referral
Submit a referral for counseling services: Referral
Career Focused Mentoring
Our mentoring program exists to encourage and empower youth, 13-18, to strive towards excellence in relation with careers and education.
The program accepts approximately 20 new mentees annually from August to December. Applicants must reside or attend school within a 20 miles radius of zip codes 98144 or 98125. Youth must show interest in strengthening their knowledge of careers, higher education and themselves.
Download > CFMP Brochure
Submit an application for mentoring services: Apply Today!
Accepting applications for adult volunteer mentors. Invest your time, become a mentor!
Youth Advisory Board
Our youth-led board is a group of 7-13 high school students from different backgrounds living throughout King County.
In partnership with the United Nations Foundation’s Girl Up Initiative and WE Movement, members are committed to making a difference in their own communities as well as on a national level. The board focuses on challenges that girls and women constantly face, such as, access to education & health and being counted, heard, safe, and having a seat at the “boys’ table.”
Members create and plan activities to bring awareness to institutionalized injustices our sisters experience. Members participate in trainings enhancing their leadership and advocacy skills. With new skills, members work together to develop strategies to address flawed community norms, and advocate for, and with our sisters to ensure basic need resources are accessible to all.
Through participation, members earn their way to WE Day, and through youth-led fundraising efforts, like the annual HER Story Brunch, members take part in the annual Girl Up Leadership Summit and Lobby Day on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. By participating in YAB, members gain service learning hours needed for graduation, development in leadership, advocacy, and social justice skills, and the opportunity to collaborate with peers from all over the world.
It also doesn’t look bad on a college or employment application!
Download > YAB Brochure
Submit an application to join the youth advisory board: Apply Today!
Impressed with the youth advisory board? (Yeah, we are too!)
Consider making an investment to support their activities or sponsor a member ($600) to attend the leadership summit in Washington, D.C. Invest in her leadership skills!