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STEM & Trades exploration for middle school girls!

Rosie’s Girls® is a one-week summer day camp that helps girls develop grit, connection and expanded possibilities as they explore hands-on STEM- and trades-related activities. Girls entering 6, 7 and 8th grades practice carpentry and engineering skills as they invent, design and build cooperative projects. It’s a safe, supportive, girl-centered environment and emphasizes friendship, teamwork and healthy body image – with tons of fun woven in! A place where girls can get their hands dirty, take positive risks and try something new.

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ROSIE'S GIRLS BUILD

Help her explore what the mysterious world of welding has to offer– and what she has to offer the world - at Rosie’s Girls® Weld. This is an exciting one-week welding day camp for campers entering 6, 7, and 8th grades. Campers learn the art of welding and engineering as they design and build individual and team-oriented projects.

Rosie’s Girls® Build is a one-week carpentry day camp that helps middle schoolers develop problem-solving, collaboration and critical thinking as they explore hands-on STEM- and carpentry-related activities. Campers entering 6, 7 and 8th grades practice the skills of carpenters as they design and build individual and cooperative projects.

Click here for upcoming dates and locations!

Click here for upcoming dates and locations!

Summer camps are supported in part by grants and individual supporters like you. If you wish to help send a girl to camp please visit: vtworksforwomen.org/donate

Vermont Works for Women camps are open to girls and gender non-conforming youth. Additionally, we strive to accomodate youth of all ability levels. Talk with us if you have questions.

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From Our Girls

Annalee Beaulieu, YAC member and Rosie's Girls alum

Vermont Works for Women has really helped me to discover that you can do whatever you want to do, and it doesn’t have to be typical or normal.

Annalee Beaulieu, YAC member and Rosie's Girls alum

Heather McCabe, YAC member and Rosie's Girls alum

I love the Youth Advisory Council because it’s always a reminder that there are people who care about the same things you care about, and that you can be unapologetically passionate about something.

Heather McCabe, YAC member and Rosie's Girls alum