Girls in grades 1 through 7 enjoy time at both our urban center, 125 Providence Street and our rural oasis, Camp Kinneywood, just a short ride down the road on the Girls Inc. bus.
How can Girls Inc. of Worcester help your girl address the impacts of COVID-19?
We know that girls' development faced unique challenges over the past year with remote learning, social isolation, and heightened stress.
This summer, Girls Inc. of Worcester is here to help your girl overcome these lingering effects and grow into her best self. A literacy coach helps girls with reading to build academic skills. Additionally, a therapeutic mentor supports girls’ mental health and social/emotional wellness.
Girls Inc. of Worcester is a safe, in person space for girls to create a summer of memories with the crucial social connections we have all missed. Girls Inc. adheres strictly to CDC and local health guidelines regarding COVID-19, as staff and families work together to maintain the safety of the environment.
Cost & Financial Aid
The weekly cost is $70, with generous financial aid and scholarships available. We want every girl to have a summer experience: learn more and apply for financial aid here. Breakfast, lunch, and snack are included with the cost of camp!
A deposit of $15 is due at the time of registration.
- What ages can attend?
- Girls entering first through seventh grades can register for camp.
- When & where is drop off/pick up?
- Drop off and pick up are at 8 am and 5 pm at Girls Inc. of Worcester, 125 Providence Street.
- What does my girl need to bring?
- Be sure to pack a swimsuit, towel, sneakers, and a water bottle.
- Who can I contact with questions?
- Contact Kate McGrath at
|June 28 to July 2||Carnival Kickoff||
Kick off camp with carnival games and fun! Start off the summer at Girls Inc. of Worcester.
|Week 2||July 6 to July 9**||The Amazing Race||
Join friends for a global adventure to experience different cultures through food, art, and crafts.
|Week 3||July 12 to July 16||Move it! Mix it! Mess it!||
Dig into sticky experiments, stir up your own concoctions, and set your ideas into motion.
|Week 4||July 19 to July 23||Color Me Happy||
Become an artist: draw inspiration from famous artists then develop your own unique style.
|Week 5||July 26 to July 30||Olympics||
Sprint, swim, throw, and catch—follow the summer games in Tokyo and test out your own strengths.
|Week 6||August 2 to August 6||Lights, Camera, Action!||
Watch others on screen or stage, then display your talents! Act, dance, or sing—be sure to end with a bow.
|Week 7||August 9 to August 13||On the Boardwalk||
Grab your goggles for a deep dive. How tall are you compare to a whale? What causes waves? Find out how you can protect our oceans.
|Week 8||August 16 to August 20||Spirit Week||
End the summer with a bang! Show your spirit as a strong, smart, and bold Girls Inc. Girl.
**Girls Inc. of Worcester is closed on July 5