FAQs

This section was designed to answer some of the most frequently asked questions we receive about HOTGIRLS.Please contact us if your question is not listed below.

Can HOTGIRLS implement a workshop at my school or organization?

Our Young Women’s Leadership Council conducts workshops for girls in the Atlanta area during the academic school year. Please contact us if you are interested in requesting a workshop in the Atlanta metropolitan area.

If you are interested in booking our founder, Dr. Carla Stokes for a potential speaking engagement, please visit her web site.

How can I sign up for HOTGIRLS programs?

If you would like to receive updates regarding upcoming workshops, programs, and events, please sign up for our email list.

If you are interested in receiving updates about Dr. Carla’s coaching programs for women and girls, please visit her web site for more information and to receive updates: http://www.drcarla.com.

Does HOTGIRLS have a chapter in my city? If not, can I start a HOTGIRLS chapter in my hometown?

HOTGIRLS is currently an Atlanta-based organization. However, we are making plans to expand our work and creating exciting new ways to reach girls and their allies in other cities. Please sign up for our email list for updates.

Our founder is developing a curriculum for girls based on our work. If you would like to receive prioirty notification when her curriculum is available, please sign up for the email list for educators and girl advocates on her web site: http://www.drcarla.com.

How can I become a volunteer?

Thank you for your interest in volunteering with HOTGIRLS. Please click here for more information about how you can share your time and talent with HOTGIRLS.

If you are interested in volunteering with HOTGIRLS, please send a brief summary of your skills and interests, and we will contact you when suitable opportunities become available. Please forward your most recent resume to info [at] helpingourteengirls [dot] org (include the subject line: “Volunteer Inquiry”).

If you have advanced skills in accounting, bookkeeping, web or graphic design, WordPress/HTML/CSS, PhotoShop, Illustrator, or InDesign, we would love to hear from you!

Note: Volunteers are required to submit to a background check.

Does HOTGIRLS offer any employment opportunities?

HOTGIRLS has a limited budget and relies on volunteers to accomplish our mission. We are unable to offer paid employment opportunities at this time. If you are interested in volunteering with HOTGIRLS, please click here  for more information about how you can share your time and talent with HOTGIRLS.

Does HOTGIRLS offer any paid internships?

We are currently unable to offer paid internships. If you are interested in volunteering with HOTGIRLS, please click here for more information about how you can share your time and talent with HOTGIRLS.

Can I plan a fundraiser for HOTGIRLS?

Thank you for your interest in helping HOTGIRLS raise funds to support our work! Please reply to this email with more information about your proposed fundraiser(s) (subject to approval by our Board of Directors).

If you are affiliated with a company or organization, please provide a link to your website and information about your mission. Note: We are unable to partner with direct sales or network marketing fundraising campaigns at this time.

How can my organization partner with HOTGIRLS?

Thank you for your interest in partnering with HOTGIRLS. Please contact us via email and provide more information about your organization and the nature of the proposed partnership.

Where can I find resources on street harassment?

Check out “Hey Shorty!” by Girls for Gender Equity (GGE), Joanne N. Smith, Meghan Huppuch and Mandy Van Deven and http://www.stopstreetharassment.org/resources/online/
We have also used an adapted the Young Women’s Action Team’s curriculum (please note that YWAT is no longer active): http://www.rogersparkywat.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/Street-Harassment-Curriculum.pdf