Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘Institute for Girls’ Development’


Tools for Parents: Free Speaker Series

Tools for Parents: Free Speaker Series

Going back to the dawn of Homo sapiens, perhaps as far back as 600,000 years ago, raising kids has never been simple or easy. Or at least, we assume so. Because whether they were archaic Homo sapiens or are evolved anatomically modern humans, kids are bloody kids—behaviors, pushback, and rebellion that makes a parent want to scream and […]

Being R.E.A.L.

Being R.E.A.L.

Any child who has entered daycare, pre-school, or public or private school knows that finding friends, building friendships, and navigating a friendship can be rewarding, fun, and exciting as well as disheartening, hurtful, stressful, and confusing. In answer, Pasadena’s Institute for Girls’ Development has created Be R.E.A.L. – Relationships:  Extraordinary, Authentic, Loving™. This particular program […]

Teen Writer

Teen Writer

Urging the writer within. The Institute for Girls’ Development and Vroman’s Bookstore are partnering to offer a Writers Workshop for teenagers to turn their memories, crazy experiences, comedic interactions, difficult issues, or simply fantasies into stories. The workshops will be led by the Pasadena Writing Project‘s Carla Sameth and Joy Malek, and all experience levels […]

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