The National Girls Self-Esteem Program

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The Girls Self-Esteem Program (G-SEP) is a girls mentoring program that teaches girls ages 2-18 the importance of carrying themselves with poise, grace and dignity. 

Emphasis is placed on instilling self-confidence, mastering public speaking, building self-esteem and celebrating overall excellence.

By addressing issues ranging from misogyny, to sexual abuse, G-SEP has been on the forefront as a leader in movements such as Tell Somebody, Bring Back Our Girls, Me Too and Time Is UP. 

Each member is selected in an interview process to be invited to join The Girls Self-Esteem Program. Members complete a series of self-esteem building classes, workshops and conferences.


Our federally recognized non-profit organization has awarded and assisted in our more than 600 graduates receiving $50,000 in scholarships, cash and prizes.

Members of G-SEP are required to make a commitment to excel in academics, physical fitness and perform community service.  Most members take our classical ballet classes through our sister dance program NJC Classical Ballet and Dance. 

Each member of G-SEP is invited to dance with NJC and participate in the Nutcracker in Oak Park. 

G-SEP Fun, train rides, to Los Angeles to see shows and win Little Miss California, community service, to sleep overs, G-SEP girls have fun in a safe sisterly environment.

G-SEP is a non-profit organization that believes girls benefit from positive female support, mentoring and socialization.

Fathers, brothers and positive male figures are incorporated into the program to reinforce the value of positive relationships with males, ranging from family dynamics to business and social interaction.

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