The purpose of the See the Girl Summit is to challenge participants to see how they can shift and shape the ways in which girls are treated, elevate the voices of girls, and those who identify as female, through research, advocacy and programming. Participants include juvenile justice professionals, mental health professionals, advocates, education system, child welfare system, students, health care professionals, researchers, philanthropists, parents/caregivers, volunteers, and concerned citizens. The summit is building community through highlighting innovative programming, advocacy, and research that challenges individuals to shift how they respond to girls.
Note, this Summit offers CEUs for social work, psychology, mental health, and occupational therapy. If you need CEUs outside of these areas, you can submit your certificate to your governing body. You must attend the entire summit to receive CEUs.
Past Keynote Speakers and Presenters Include:
Our signature workshop is Girl-Centered Principles in Practice:
Three core principles of girl-centered practice are explored: girls as experts, mutuality and honoring the lived experiences of girls. Join this discussion-based workshop to learn how to implement the key elements of girl-centered practice in day to day interactions with girls.
In 2018 the theme was “Hope is What We Do” with workshops focused on creating safe spaces for difficult conversations and the power we hold to give hope. The event was held October 18-19, 2018 at the Jessie Ball duPont Center, Jacksonville, FL. Refunds will not be provided. Call 904-423-1575 with questions.Click here to see coverage of the panel with trafficking survivors.