Girl Talk Camp

By sponsoring a camper, you can help support a girl attend Girl Talk Camp and give her the opportunity to define her leadership!

*On average, about 50% of our campers attend on scholarship thanks to the generous support of our partners and donors. We want to make sure that every girl who wants to attend Girl Talk Camp is able to do so.

"I encourage all of you to get your daughters involved because I know that in the future, it'll inspire and help them become who they need to be."

– Girl Talk Parent

Girl Talk Camp is a week-long summer day camp that offers rising 4th-8th grade girls the unique fun, friendship, and possibility that only Girl Talk can offer! Campers will have the opportunity to...

  • Build relationships with current Girl Talk Girls, Leaders, and Alumni
  • Be empowered by uplifting and motivating speakers
  • Participate in activities that inspire confidence and creativity
  • Engage in community service projects that foster a passion for giving back

And more!

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A Sponsor

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Camp Featured Speaker

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Camp Counselor (interview required)

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Camper Scholarship

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What a Week at Girl Talk Camp Looks Like..

Take a look at our condensed schedule from June 2018 Girl Talk Camp to give you a better understanding of what camp is all about!

Day 1

  • Camp Introduction
  • Scavenger Hunt
  • Impact Session are group discussions with the campers and counselors where they share their experiences and stories with one another about a chosen topic.
    • Day one's impact section was about Family Values
  • Speaker for day one:
    • Sabrina Hayes spoke about embracing passions.
  • Reflections and Talent Show: At the end of each day, the campers all gather to reflect and share their experiences of the activities and the discussions. Campers are also given the opportunity to show off their talents; some talents that were showcased this year were singing, dancing and gymnastics!

Day 2

  • Impact Sessions:
    • Rude, Mean and Bullying
    • Stress Less
    • Accepting and Embracing Failure
    • Being a Good Friend
  • Speakers for day two included:
    • Britnee Alpin of the Brash Foundation spoke about having confidence with fun activities including a photo shoot.
    • Lisa Ellerbee from Social "Bee" Media and Safety discussed the importance of social media safety.
    • Kierra Johnson, Miss Flint River, spoke to campers about self-confidence and loving themselves fully.

Day 3

  • Day three's theme was Passion Day where campers dressed as their future careers or what they were most passionate about.
  • Google visited the camp to teach coding to the campers and stressed the significance of having more girl coders for the future.
  • We had incredible women visit the camp to show their own passions,
    • Monica Hargrave, a harpist, talked about her career and played "name that tune" with the girls.
    • Caren Johnson, a wedding dress designer, showed us that whether it's a dress or a life, you can always create unique dreams.
    • Sarah Phaff, a laywer, led a State of Georgia vs Goldilocks mock trial.

Day 4

  • Day four's theme was Community Service Day where campers learned ways to give back both nationally and locally.
  • Impact Session: Body Image
  • Erin Bernhardt, a documentary film maker making a movie on the refugee community in Clarkston, GA., had the girls make welcome cards for the refugees.
  • Dunwoody Nature Center visited the campers to discuss environmental awareness and women in the workforce.
  • Each year, Girl Talk Camp holds the Bucket of Renewal activity, where the girls can identify obstacles that are holding them back from their full potential and begin the process of releasing them.

Day 5

  • For the final day of camp parents, friends, donors and sponsors joined Girl Talk Camp for their annual Closing Showcase.
  • Each year, campers learn a camp dance and perform it at the Closing Showcase. This year, campers performed their dance with the song "This is Me" featured in The Greatest Showman. 
  • Campers, parents, alumni and donors spoke about the Girl Talk experience and the what the camp means to them.