Girls of Excellence, Inc. (GOE) is a nonprofit
organization that provides supportive services to
girls ages 8-18 in grades 3-12. 

GOE Serves: 

  • Elementary, Middle and High Schools
  • Alternative Schools 

  • Community Centers 

  • Girls in Juvenile Detention

  • Group Homes, and

  • Community organizations 

Our focus areas include:

Group mentoring, Life skills, Personal development and Community service

Girls participating in the GOE program engage in life changing experiences, field trips, conferences, events, workshops, cultural activities and are embraced by a comprehensive system of mentors and community partners that are dedicated to supporting them on their journey.

Programming consist of weekly or bi-weekly mentoring sessions combined with activities and experiences that will further expose girls to a plethora of life opportunities that will encourage and motivate them to strive for their excellence.

Our goal is to inspire girls to be their best.

GOE will provide the tools, advice, guidance and support as they seek to discover their courage to be confident, smart, ambitious, and excellent in any path they choose!


And…Introducing G’Initiatives!

  • GOE Money – Financial Literacy 

  • Ready. Set. GOE! – College and Career Prep, Job training, Resume Writing, Interview Skills 

  • GOE Tech – Learning and exposure to opportunities in STEAM

  • GOE Getter – Learning and developing entrepreneurship skills 

  • The GOE Virtual Experience


GOE is positioned to impact girls in a meaningful way. 


GOE mentors are trained, screened and supported to ensure the best experience not only for the girls but for the mentors too!  

GOE Mentor Qualifications

  • Must believe in the GOE Mission
  • Must complete the online application

  • Attend the 3-hour Training

  • Must pass a criminal background check

  • Must be able to commit to the time required

  • Must be 21 years or older

To become a GOE MENTOR sign up here today

GOE Peer Mentoring 

  • Must believe in the GOE Mission 

  • Must complete the online application 

  • Attend the 1 hour training 

  • Must have a 3.0 GPA or better 

  • Must be a High School Junior or Senior with no attendance issues or a college student 18 – 21 years old

  • Must obtain a letter of recommendation 

  • All students will receive volunteer hours for their service

To become a GOE PEER MENTOR sign up here today

GOE has several opportunities to volunteer and support girls in the community.

  • Mentoring
  • Planning Committees 
  • Event Volunteers 
  • Chaperones
  • Workshop Facilitators

And much more! Become a GOE Volunteer! 

Sign up today!