Posters for Girls & Young Women
Innovative counselor and teacher-created K-12 school and classroom posters designed to improve student behavior, attitude and motivation
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If it's time for a change in scenery, how about a sweet, gentle poster for a change? Poster #34 features a girl, and is the perfect device to inspire teen girls and young women to graduate. If you want a motivational, inspirational poster that is especially useful for your girls and young women, then put Poster #34 in your shopping cart now.
This poster says "Arise, go forth and conquer."
If Poster #68 looks familiar, it's because you saw it in the Diary of a Wimpy Kid movie. Poster #68 is now ready to star on the walls of your agency, school, counseling program, private practice office, or mental health center.
This sweet, teen mental health poster uses a cartoon to reach out and touch students, to deliver your message of "I'm here to help with family problems" or whatever else you need.
Let Poster #68 speak to students for you. Let this poster help you reach out to the students who need you most.
At a time when 1 in 4 children and teens are obese, Poster #75 can help.
Girls often feel that physical fitness classes and sports are irrelevant for them. This motivational school or classroom P.E. poster is for girls and practically sells the value of sports and physical fitness.
Girls need to be encouraged to value Physical Education classes, sports and fitness. Poster #75 is a great first step towards that.
This poster features softball but other posters in the series feature other sports and fitness activities.
The world focuses on sports and fitness for boys. Isn't it time that your classroom focus on sports and fitness for girls? This eye-catching baseball/softball poster is just the perfect incentive and motivator for girls and young women who just may need a boost of inspiration to get involved in sports and physical fitness.
Silly boys, sports are for girls! This motivational poster take a humorous approach that helps to remind students that sports aren't just for boys. Girls should be encouraged to try new things, be active and do the best that they can, and this poster helps get that message across. When students feel confident in all that they do, their entire perspective on school and life opens up.
Poster #77 belongs on the wall of your gym or P.E. classroom so order it today. If you're a soccer coach or a fitness class teacher, you're going to want this poster that is especially for girls.
Poster #77 is the ultimate reminder for girls that soccer and sports aren't just for boys.
Want a fun and humorous way to motivate girls to join sports? Try our Silly Boys, Sports are for Girls Tennis poster. This fun poster helps deliver the message that sports aren't limited to only guys.
Many girls and women have had successful and rewarding careers, both professionally and at the amateur level. Help motivate and remind students that they should try new things and never limit themselves. Put it up in the classroom, in the gym, on a locker, or in the hallway... our motivators go anywhere!
Poster #78 is a must-have for anywhere girls play tennis. It's inspiring and compelling and sure to draw the attention of girls and young women. Physical fitness and health are so important to both boys and girls, but messages on those topics usually feature boys. Get a poster that delivers a message tailored for girls and young women.
Put Poster #78 on the walls of your tennis club, fitness center, gym or health education classroom and watch it inspire girls to play and excel in tennis and other sports.
Our Sports Are For Girls Posters are great visual motivators for girls, and all students. These colorful posters are also hard-to-miss reminders to girls to not limit themselves and to try something new.
Poster #79 promotes soccer to girls and young women. The common misconception today is that sports are for only boys, but that couldn't be further from the truth. Many women have long and successful careers in all types of sports. Many more are physically fit as a part of their healthy lifestyle.
Use these motivators where ever students are and show them that they can do whatever they set their minds to, but Poster #79 is perfect for classrooms of all type, plus recreation centers, after-school programs, the gym, fitness center, health education classroom and P.E. site. These are all the ideal places to feature Poster #79 and its inspirational message about playing soccer.
This poster is part of Youth Change Workshops' Silly Boys, Sports Are for Girls series of fitness posters.
Poster #79 focuses on girls' soccer, and will inspire girls to consider playing soccer either as part of P.E. class or as a recreational or team sport.
Fight back against the misconception that sports are just for boys, and use our motivational poster to help. Our Sports Are For Girls Series helps remind girls and all students that sports are for girls! Not only are our posters educational, but they are also humorous and engaging.
By using our posters, you can help teach girls, and all students, that they should try new things, do their best, and never limit themselves. Help stop prejudice and encourage students to join sports and to do their best.
Poster #80 focuses on weight lifting for girls. It's a valuable way to stay or become fit, and a sports and fitness activity that your girls and young women should know about.
Make physical fitness and weight lifting activities that your girls and young women are aware of, and help them become interesting in trying. Post Poster #80 in your classroom, health class, gym, fitness center or hallway today and inspire and motivate girls to get more involved in physical fitness.
Youth Change Workshops' Silly Boys, Sports Are For Girls series posters help girls learn about fitness, sports and exercise. Our poster aims to teach and inspire girls to join sports and try something new. Why let students limit themselves in the face of new experiences?
Inspire students to understand and believe that sports are for girls and to step outside their comfort zone and try something new. They might never know how good they could be at a sport, or anything for that matter, if they never do something new. Use this poster help kids to find themselves!
Poster #81 gives you an exceptional image to inspire and motivate girls to race, job, compete and win. It is a strong reminder and inspiration to girls who may not have discovered the joys and benefits of running, jogging and racing.
Poster #81 is a must-have for classrooms, gyms, health classes and youth centers that have girls on campus.
Sports come in different shapes, sizes, and styles... and so do athletes. Fight back against the misconception and misunderstanding that sports are only for boys. Our poster, Sports Are For Girls, helps to inspire and educate not only girls, but every student that sports are for everyone.
This refreshingly different fitness and P.E. poster focuses on helping you interest girls and young women in MMI, mixed martial arts, karate and similar sports.
There is a lot of interest right now in MMI and your girls should be involved in it and excited by it. Help pique your girls' interest in martial arts and sports by putting Poster #82 on the walls of your gym, health class, school corridors and after-school program. Surround girls with a message of health and fitness that targets just girls and young women.
Out poster helps you to promote positive thinking in your students and inspire them to try new activities and clubs. Students need to stop limiting themselves based on what people say or what they may think. Use this motivational poster in the classroom, hallway, gym, or even the locker room to remind students that sports are for girls!
Our Sports Are For Girls poster is a rallying call to girls that they shouldn't be limited or limit themselves by misconceptions about females in sports. All too often, girls are not interested in sports because people don't believe that sports are for girls. But to the contrary, women's sports are gaining momentum, as well, girls and women are having long professional and amateur careers as athletes.
Poster #83 says: "Silly Boys, Sports are for Girls" and focuses on basketball. Other posters in the series focus on other sports.
Inspire your students to be open-minded about sports, and encourage them to stop limiting themselves based on misconceptions. Inspire students to step outside of their comfort zone and try something new. They may never know that they're good at something or love something until they're giving it their best effort.
Poster #83 will help you help girls to live to their fullest less encumbered by internal or external limitations. It will spark excitement for basketball, fitness and sports.
Bicycling is a great way for girls to stay healthy. Make sure that your girls know that biking is a great Physical Education activity and a fun recreational sport too.
Promoting fitness and health to girls should start early. Poster #84 helps you provide an on-going reminder that targets girls as well as biking. Show girls that bicycling can be fun, healthy and easy by putting up Poster #84 in your classroom, gym, health or P.E. class.
One of our most popular series of school poster, our Sports Are For Girls posters helps you educate and inspire your students to try new things and do their best. Too often, the misconception is that sports are reserved for boys, but this couldn't be further from the truth. Help educate and inspire students within your classroom and school to step beyond misconceptions and try something new.
Our colorful and engaging posters deliver important and educational messages in a humorous and fun way. With eye-catching graphics and witty sayings, our Sports Are For Girls series of posters works to help you motivate the girls in your school to try sports.
Poster #84 says: "Silly Boys. Sports are for Girls."
Inspire and educate your students to believe that math is for girls. For many years, there has been the misconception that math is only for boys, that couldn't be further from the truth. Use our Math Is For Girls poster to motivate the students in your classroom and school to try their best at difficult subjects, they may realize they were good at them all along.
Empower the girls in your math class, hallways, or anywhere in your school by using this poster. When students feel that their teachers and administrators believe in them, it gives them the confidence to take on greater challenges. Our Math Is For Girls Poster does just that. Show your students you believe in them with our math-themed poster!
We're looking to break down misconceptions in all of the school subject areas, and this time, we're taking on science. With our motivational poster, not longer should students believe that science is only for boys. As one of our favorite posters, Silly Boys, Science Is For Girls motivates and inspires girls to take on science.
STEM courses are so important these days because so many careers are built on science, technology and math. Sadly, when girls are underrepresented in these classes, or believe that they are unable to do well in these courses, they are also likely to ultimately be underrepresented in the careers that require these skills. But you have the power to change all that.
When students feel that their teachers and school believes in them and their abilities, students are more likely to do better. When you use our Science Is For Girls poster, the girls in your classroom and in your school will see that you believe in them and that they should do their best in this vital subject area. Inspire your students with our school poster!
Did you know that women and girls are underrepresented in science classes and science careers? Our Science Is For Girls poster is taking that on. Putting this motivational poster up in your science classrooms, hallways, or anywhere in your school educates students into believing that the entire science field is open to them and needs their skills.
Our colorful posters drive home the message that science is for girls, and that girls shouldn't be limited by misconceptions. Science is an amazing field that needs talented and resourceful people. Our humorous poster inspires girls to take on more difficult science classes and to do their best.
Promote interest in STEM classes by helping girls understand that these subjects are available to females, and that careers can follow study in these areas. Don't let your girls be limited academically. Promote a full education for girls by surrounding them with STEM motivation posters like Poster #87. It's a sweet reminder that is perfect for elementary, middle and high school classrooms.
There are a surprisingly few women that are in the computer and technology industry these days. Our Tech is For Girls poster seeks to change that trend. The computer and technology industry is one of the fastest growing areas in the country. Girls should be taking classes now to best prepare themselves for new technology and what they have to offer.
By learning computers and technology now, students may find that they are good at, or even enjoy these classes, and maybe they should consider earning a degree in computers and technology. Inspire your students to believe that they can do amazing things with computer and technology skills.
When you post Poster #88, you are planting the seed that a career in computers and tech is possible. While you may not see that seed flower and bloom, it's going to be a great feeling to know that the impact you have on girls who are tech-haters or discouraged learners in STEM courses, will be long-lasting and life-changing.
One of the biggest problems facing students these days, especially girls, is the lack of self-esteem. Our self-esteem poster, Girl in the Mirror," challenges students to take on how they feel about themselves, find the positive and realize how great they actually are.
When students are comfortable with themselves, and they're happy, they are far more likely to be successful learners in the classroom and go on to lead successful and happy lives.
Help your girls to learn their own self-worth. Post Poster #147 on your classroom, counseling office or school walls today.
This potent anti-smoking poster says "She's wearing eau d'ashtray." It's designed especially for girls and young women.
The common misconception about cigarettes and tobacco is that they make students look cool. Nothing could be further from the truth. Our anti-smoking poster aims to shock students and inspire them into avoiding or quitting smoking.
When students are health and safe, they are far more likely to successfully use their education. One of the best things a teacher can do is to help a student lead a healthy life as a kid, which will take them into a health life as an adult.
Smoking and teens should never go together, and that's the message that our tobacco use prevention poster, "Pretty in Phlegm," says in the most certain terms. Students are first shocked by the eye-catching image and then educated and inspired by the powerful message that comes with it.
Students need to be healthy and safe to be successful learners, our tobacco use prevention poster helps you to inspire and educate students about leading a healthy and tobacco free life.
Trying to talk to teens about sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) is like trying to get someone to change religions or political affiliation. They simply are not interested at all in anything you have to say.
If you want to win the uphill battle against the STD rate at your school, program, agency, community or city, then put Poster #244 on your wall for the win.
Poster #244 is so provocative, so surprising, so unexpected, that students can't just simply look away and forget its powerful STD prevention message.
Poster #244 is also a great teaching tool, and belongs in your health education class, nurse's office, guidance office and at your site's health facilities. Combined with our other hard-hitting STD prevention posters, Poster #244 will give you the edge you need to get your STD prevention message through.
Poster #244 is customized for girls. We have other health prevention posters that focus on preventing STDs in boys. All of these health education posters belong in your high school and in your classrooms.
Teach girls about leadership, self-esteem and being the boss, as well as embracing their emotions and roles in life by posting Poster #365 on the wall of your classroom, counseling office, recreational site or treatment program.
Girls are often given subtle and overt messages that they shouldn't show leadership, that being assertive is too bossy, and that they should dream small and defer to their male counterparts. Fight those cultural artifacts with Poster #365 by reminding your girls every day that their future is unlimited and that they can dream big, and become leaders and bosses, as well as mothers and friends.
Posters just for girls are a rarity. Don't shortchange the girls in your classroom or on your caseload. Offer resources that boost the self-esteem and leadership goals for girls by adding Poster #365 to your walls today, then sit back and watch your girls and young women blossom into more confident, capable, assertive leaders and community members with big dreams and even bigger goals.
With Colbie Caillat's song and video "Try" garnering so much attention to body image issues, it's important to take advantage of the current interest in the idea that girls don't need to try so hard to measure up to an extreme cultural standard for female beauty.
Body image Poster #367 echoes the spirit of Caillat's hit song "Try," and builds on the ideas offered-- that girls don't need to focus so much on meeting arbitrary cultural standards for weight, beauty, diet and grooming.
Featured on the poster are make-up items like lipstick, eye liner, blush, powder, eye shadow and mascara. A girl is also shown standing on a scale that reads "Diet." The caption asks: Did it ever occur to you that you are perfect without all this?
So few resources exist to combat the unrealistic body image/glamor magazine mentality that pre-teens and teen girls face today. At a time when anorexia and bulimia are a major concern, shouldn't you try to surround your impressionable girls with messages that counteract the indoctrination that our culture provides at saturation levels? Poster #367 is a rare resource to fight the dominant cultural assumptions about body image, and belongs on the wall of any place that girls and young women gather.
Poster #367 is a must-have addition to the walls where you hold girls' therapy groups. It also is a must-have for classrooms, treatment centers, counseling programs, eating disorder clinics, doctors' offices, hospitals, after-school programs and health classes.
Start a dialog with your girls and young women about body image, beauty, weight and meeting cultural expectations for females. Let Poster #367 help you start the conversation.
Finally, an esteem poster that focuses on girls and young women who may face issues with body image, diet, appearance, size and weight. Inspired by Colbie Caillat's song on the topic, this poster is a constant reminder to girls that can inspire hope and generate improvement in mental health concerns and other issues.
This poster is a must-have for counseling groups, eating disorder clinics, girls' groups, health classes, hospitals, doctor's offices and therapy offices.
Counteract the dominant messages on weight, diet, exercise, size and body image that are so harmful to girls' esteem and sense of worth. Put Poster #368 on your walls to let girls know that they can aspire to leadership, careers and relationships without excess worry over their physical appearance.
It's a rare poster that tackles difficult topics like cosmetics, exercise, size, diet and self-worth for girls. Don't go another day without this essential addition to your wall.
This colorful poster is the rare resource to help prevent eating disorders and concerns about size, appearance, weight, exercise, health and diet. It's designed to be helpful to girls who are struggling with cultural expectations for beauty and perfection.
Inspired by Colbie Caillat's "Try" video and hit song, this poster is soothing, reassuring and comforting. It may spark discussion and a re-examination of problematic assumptions about what it means to be a girl.
Perfect for eating disorder groups, treatment centers, schools, health classes, girls' therapy groups, counseling offices and hospitals, this poster belongs on your wall as an important preventative strategy.
This poster is a great addition to any school or classroom. It's also an ideal poster for girls' groups and eating disorder clinics, don't wait another moment to get this new, much need resource that can help you prevent or manage eating disorders, body image issues, size concerns, over-exercising, over-dieting and depression. It can also help with low self-esteem while allowing girls to see other avenues in life, like leadership, careers and motherhood.
There is more to life than make-up, scales, weight, diet, exercise and appearance. Inspired by the recent Colbie Caillat hit song and video, Try, this poster lasts longer than Caillat's landmark melody and can become a constant reminder to girls about a better, different future.
Caillat's song celebrates options beyond our culture's narrow definition of acceptable beauty, appearance, weight, diet, exercise and size for girls and young women.
Counteract the dominant message from society that can be so harmful and limiting to girls. Instead, expose them to options like girls' leadership, careers and a future that is more expansive than beauty and weight issues might allow.
Perfect for schools and classrooms, this poster is a must-have for girls' groups, therapy offices, treatment centers, eating disorder programs, scouting, foster care, counselors, therapists and psychologists. It also belongs in medical offices and in hospitals sending out a much needed "girls are meant for more than beauty" message.
Now there is a resource to help you address unsettling weight and size issues that many girls and young women face. This poster is perfect as a self-help message poster, but also is a great fit for counseling, therapy, medical offices and treatment centers.
The poster says "Count Blessings Not Pounds." This is an important message for girls with eating disorders and those who struggle with the unhealthy standards of contemporary America. Don't let girls waste their lives and effort trying to achieve often unrealistic standards of weight, beauty and size. Help them to devote their thoughts and efforts to more important goals.
This poster can help prevent eating disorders, bulimia, anorexia, and makes a great addition to programs that focus on this type of mental health issues. This weight counseling poster can also be important on the wall anywhere girls gather.
Don't let your girls be overwhelmed by unhealthy societal messages about weight. Instead, post this helpful reminder to counteract the toxic images that many girls have adopted as their standard. This poster will bring comfort to many girls while perhaps helping them revise unhealthy attitudes and behaviors.
Motivational school posters don't get any better than this gem. This motivational poster is designed to reach girls and to engage them in considering a career in science, tech, engineering or math. This poster is part of the STEM Powered by Women series of motivational career posters. This poster in the series focuses on women in engineering. Other posters in this career education series focus on science, math and technology.
Females are underrepresented in engineering jobs. Help reverse that by inspiring girls to do well in STEM classes, and to consider making a career in engineering.
Put up Poster #398 and watch it help create a new generation of women in STEM-related careers and jobs.
This lively science class poster is a must-have for science classes in middle and high schools everywhere. This unusual classroom poster is designed to motivate girls to consider a career as a scientist. It is part of the STEM Powered by Girls series of career education posters.
Women are historically underrepresented in careers that are primarily science-based. As a teacher, you can help change that grim fact by inspiring girls and young women to become more aware of the multitude of careers in science. Poster #399 is an easy way to start the process.
Help more of your female students to begin to dream about becoming a scientist or pursuing another type of science career. Post Poster #399 on the walls of your classroom, school hallways, youth programs and after-school site today and help launch the science careers of more girls tomorrow.
This career education poster is just so cool, and the perfect motivational tool to inspire girls to consider a career in science, agriculture or other STEM job.
Girls are historically underrepresented in STEM careers but by posting Poster #400 you can begin to change that statistic.
Show girls and young women exactly how exciting a career in science, agriculture or other STEM job can be. Poster #400 gives them a memorable, on-going visual image of what life could be like in one of those employment sectors.
Poster #400 is part of the STEM Powered by Women poster series.
For students who have not been exposed to the myriad of employment opportunities in agriculture, science, technology and engineering fields, this poster that promotes STEM jobs, can have huge impact.
Open the door to a STEM career for your students. Put Poster #400 on your walls today and change their tomorrows for the better.
This inspiring career education poster helps students dream about having a career in health care, medicine or an aligned field.
This fast-growing occupation is packed with employment opportunities for your students, but they have to know about a job to dream of having it. That's where Poster #401 fits in. It's the perfect poster to help students dream about working in a job in health care. Eye-catching, compelling and memorable, it delivers a "You can do this" message that your students are sure to notice.
Focused especially on girls, Poster #401 is designed to build enthusiasm for choosing a career in health care, medicine, or an aligned STEM profession. It's part of the STEM Powered by Women poster series.
Build a better career path for your students. Put Poster #401 on your wall today and let it go to work building a better work future for your students.
Girls hate math. Everybody knows that, right? Sadly, you have many girls and young women who have practically been indoctrinated to believe that tired, old stereotype. That is why women are often underrepresented in many math-related careers.
Stop the math hating right here and right now. Poster #402 transforms math haters by motivating them to see a future in a math career, or other STEM-related job.
Poster #402 is part of the STEM Powered by Women series of motivational math classroom posters. It's ready to be on the job guiding your female students to a career in mathematics or other STEM job.
Girls can be so talented and successful in the math classroom and in their future work place-- if only they stop being math-haters. Make that happen by putting Poster #402 to work today on your wall, helping girls to figure out that math can be part a great career tomorrow.
Girls are no good at tech-- except maybe talking on mobile phones and texting, right?
That's another tired stereotype about girls and women that many of your students may believe. If you hear enough that you're no good at something, you can quickly come to believe that.
Teach girls that they can be talented, gifted and skilled in all kinds of technology and computer tasks, and that they can manage complexity well beyond that involved in texting or cell phone use.
Girls can make terrific programmers, information systems managers, customer tech support staff, hardware designers, software developers and tech managers-- but they need to learn that they have those opportunities waiting.
Tech and computer fields are the fastest growing segment of the job market. It's an occupation that can be very well-paying. Shouldn't your female students know that? Make sure they do by posting Poster #403 today. It's part of the STEM Powered by Women series of motivational career posters. You'll want to get all of them and surround your students with the prospect of an exciting STEM career.
Architecture is such an exciting career but it does tend to be male-dominated, meaning that few females are in that occupation. But females can become fantastic, talented, successful architects. First, someone has to inspire and motivate that girl or young woman to even think about that kind of job. That person should be you. Make an exciting career in architecture happen for more students by posting Poster #404 on your classroom walls today.
Part of the inspirational and motivational STEM Powered by Women series of classroom educational posters, Poster #404 provides a memorable picture to your students about what life is like on the job as an architect.
Architects often earn a great salary and command a lot of respect. Girls should be able to aspire to that type of success too. Open the door to a career in architecture or other STEM job for more of your students. Put Poster #404 on your wall today and perhaps more of your students will one day be on the job designing walls, homes and skyscrapers tomorrow.
Inspire your students to work towards a career as a business owner in a STEM occupational field. Motivational classroom posters like our Poster #405 can take an important role inspiring and motivating students to begin to think about their future, and to consider careers like owning a business.
Perhaps you have the next big high tech startup CEO in your classroom right now. You may have a potential small or medium business owner too. To best ensure that happens, you need to surround your students with motivational and inspirational images that lead them forward towards a successful future. Poster #405 can help in that effort. It's part of the popular motivational career education series, STEM Powered by Women. You'll want to get the entire series to maximize the impact.
Paint an unforgettable image of life as a small business owner by putting Poster #405 on your wall today. Designed to focus on girls and young women, it will spark their imagination and help them to achieve more than they may have ever otherwise imagined.
So few women are pilots. It's time to change the underrepresentation of women flying planes. Too long relegated to flight attendant jobs, women have the potential to become competent, successful pilots too. Shouldn't your students know that? Make sure they do by posting Poster #406 in your classroom today.
Poster #406 is a motivational and inspirational powerhouse that reaches out to girls and young women to let them know about the world of pilots and aviation. It shows them that they can aspire to be more than a flight attendant if they wish to consider other aviation occupations.
This item is part of the popular, motivational, career education poster series, STEM Powered by Women. This series is designed to reach out to girls to show them the full range of occupations they can consider if they want to choose a STEM-based career. This poster emphasizes the importance of STEM classes like science and math when it comes to aiming for a career as a pilot.
Help increase the number of women working as pilots in the cockpit. Put Poster #406 in your classroom now, and maybe you'll help more girls end up in the pilot's seat in the not too distant future.
Women are underrepresented in the construction field but Poster #407 wants to change that. It is part of our popular STEM Powered by Women series of educational and motivational career posters that feature occupations based in science, math, technology and engineering.
Show your female students that there is a world of opportunity in the construction field and its related jobs and occupations. Give them a look inside this world with the vivid graphic on Poster #407. Like all the posters in the STEM Powered by Women poster series, Poster #407 is beautifully illustrated and includes must-know basics about the jobs and occupations associated with construction.
Open the eyes of your female students to a career in a male-dominated occupation, construction. It may be a type of employment that your girls could very much enjoy, but a type of employment that they might not have ever considered on their own.
How many of your girls have ever even thought about having a career as a contractor? It's a male-dominated occupation and many of your students may not even be aware that it exists. It's tough to aim for a career that you don't even know exists on the planet. Poster #408 will help you change that.
Show your students what it's like to have a career as a contractor. The beautiful, compelling image featured on Poster #408 is certain to be noticed and remembered by your students.
Poster #408 is one of the posters in a series of classroom posters. The series is called STEM Powered by Women and each poster in the set features an occupation that uses STEM skills. The series targets girls to inspire them to consider joining a field where women are consistently underrepresented.
Show your girls all about the job of contractor, and get them excited about considering it as a future occupation. Put Poster #408 on your walls today and you may steer more women towards an exciting, rewarding career that they might never have discovered on their own.
Inspire your female students to look at a career in typically male-dominated areas with this great parody magazine poster. The education experts at Youth Change Workshops created the “Clamor for a Career” poster series for classrooms, career centers, or any organizations that work with youth or job training.
Poster #412 will catch your students’ attention with the bright and colorful “Clamor” magazine title and a construction worker cover girl. Surrounding the model is a variety of catchy and clever sayings such as, “Tool Belts That Flatter!” and “Nails For Every Job!” The poster will make students laugh, and will open up opportunities for conversations about the realities of each job type. That’s all it might take to get a girl interested in a job she didn’t think she cared about before.
With this poster along with the others in the “Clamor for a Career” series, inspire and motivate your female students to find success in a job they’ll love.
Do you know a student who is interested in the medical field? Do you work with youth in selecting careers or getting job training? Or are you a teacher or counselor showing students opportunities in STEM careers? Then check out Poster #413 from the education experts at Youth Change Workshops.
This poster is part of the “Clamor for a Career” series that show mock magazines with attention-grabbing and funny sayings. They’ll appeal to youth who are thinking about jobs in the science, technology, engineering, and math fields. Your female students may not think about pursuing careers in these male-dominated fields, but Poster #413 will inspire them to think again. This poster features of a cover girl who’s a doctor, surrounded by sayings like, “Wavy Locks for Docs! The Best Hair Styles!” and “Earrings that Rock the E.R.!” Your students will laugh, but they’ll still be thinking about varied career opportunities.
Pick up Poster #413 along with the others in the “Clamor for a Career” series to motivate your female students in selecting an exciting future job.
Poster #414 from the education experts at Youth Change Workshop offers another hilarious take on women in STEM careers. As part of the “Clamor for a Career” series, this poster shows a woman working in an engineering career, surrounded by witty sayings such as, “7 Ways to Accessorize Your Helmet with Glitter!” and “Laptops that Make You Look THINNER!”
Your students will giggle at the clever comments, but then you’ll have a great opportunity to follow up with a serious conversation about how they can get a job they love in a science, technology, engineering, or math career. You’ll inspire your students to consider jobs in typically male-dominated areas that they might not have thought of before.
Poster #414 is perfect for anyone who works with students in a classroom, counseling or career center, or a job training facility. Students will be motivated by its eye-catching approach, and you’ll be excited to see them focus on their futures in a STEM career.
Your students who will be in the workforce of the future need to start to prepare for their new careers now. Poster #415 is the motivational classroom poster that can help your students get motivated and prepared for a career in a promising job field.
Poster #415 is a magazine parody that motivates girls to care about a career in a job not normally associated with women, business manager and other leadership jobs. “Clamor for a Career” is the poster series created by the experts at Youth Change Workshops to inspire and motivate girls to pursue jobs in typically male-dominated careers. Poster #415 is part of that series. It highlights women in business leadership positions with a series of catchy, clever sayings.
“Clamor” magazine’s cover girl is a business professional, and the “stories” featured include, “CALCULATORS Men Can’t Resist!” and “Office Chairs That Flatter Your Thighs!” While the sayings are jokes, the truth that your students will see is that there is a place for them in the business world. Motivate them to see that they can be leaders and managers in this competitive world.
Whether you’re a teacher, counselor, career specialist, or other youth worker, this series of posters will encourage your students to work harder to learn the academic, leadership and professionalism skills you’re teaching. Check out all the posters in the “Clamor for a Career” series from Youth Change Workshops.
"Does a girl need a guy like a fish needs a bicycle?" Youth Change Workshops, experts in K-12 education and mental health counseling, have designed another clever poster to help girls move past unhealthy relationships. Use Poster #446 to counsel girls to be empowered on their own, without needing a guy.
If you work with teen girls in counseling, group therapy, student assistance, or domestic violence shelters, you need this poster to reach them. The poster sounds silly, but for girls who are preoccupied with looking for a boyfriend or hanging onto a bad one, it might be just the message they need to break away.
The poster image of an actual fish riding a bicycle in front of a multi-colored blue backdrop is designed to catch anyone's attention, but the lesson and message will be especially critical for teen girls and young women involved in domestic violence situations. As a self-help tool or as part of an organized therapy situation, Poster #446 encourages teen girls to be independent and to see their worth apart from their relationships. Encourage teen girls to re-think their dependence on guys with this funny, but powerful, poster.
Finally, a poster for girls who are student athletes.
Poster #565 says: Only the Best Run Like a Girl.
Give your female student runners and athletes inspiration. Post Poster #565 in your classroom, gym, locker room, health class, counseling office, school and hallway. It also belongs anywhere girls congregate to give them a powerful message of encouragement.
Take away the put-down part of the expression, "Run Like a Girl" by posting Poster #565. Help your girls and young women realize their potential for fitness, sports and running by giving them an inspirational fitness and sports poster that they can't ignore.
Inspire girls to become runners and athletes while breaking down stereotypes. You can do that now by purchasing Poster #565 and sending a clear message of power and inspiration to girls who are runners, wannabe runners and athletes.
Inspire and motivate your girls and young women to dream. Send them onward to greatness with this motivational and inspirational poster that features Hillary Clinton's July 28 now famous quote, "When there are no ceilings, the sky's the limit."
Perfect for history classes, current event classes, girls' groups, women's studies and anywhere that girls and young women congregate. Hillary's powerful message, offered as part of her acceptance speech at the Democratic National Convention, can also be relevant to boys and young men, minority group members and anyone who dreams of greatness. When she broke the metaphorical glass ceiling by becoming the first female major party presidential candidate, she created a major moment in history. Keep that moment alive by posting Poster #628 on your school or classroom walls. It also is perfect for your hallways, foyer and offices as well.
Send a powerful message to the girls and young women at your school, agency or program. Remind them that girls can achieve absolutely anything they set their minds to, and Poster #628 is your 24/7 reminder, delivering a whopping dose of inspiration, hope and determination. That's a message every young woman or girl can benefit from.
Inspiration is an important component of helping young people strive to great futures. Now you have an exciting, new way to deliver your message of motivationa and inspiration by posting Poster #628 today. Post this poster today, and perhaps be awed by the success it creates for your students tomorrow.
The poster reads: "When there are no ceilings, the sky's the limit." Those are the words of the first female to be nominated by a major American political party to run for President of the United States. Hillary Clinton used the words in her historic acceptance speech on July 28, 2016.
Hillary's words inspired women and girls everywhere. Preserve that historic moment by posting Poster #629 for everyone to see. It will help you inspire, motivate and build determination and persistence in your girls and young women. A must-have for women's and girls' counseling groups, for women's studies, history courses, current event classes and anywhere that a dose of motivation and inspiration is welcome.
If you have girls and young women who could benefit by a daily reminder that they can accomplish any goal they desire, then this poster is a must-have. It's motivational, inspirational message will help build enthusiasm, interest and hope, all things that can be essential to success in school, life, relationships, careers, jobs and family.
Poster #629 belongs on the walls of your classroom, your hallways, your foyer, your offices and anywhere that inspiration could be beneficial. If you want to plant a seed of greatness in your students, then order Poster #629 right away. You may even help create the next Hillary.
The Bottom Line on
Youth Change Workshops' School & Classroom Posters for
Elementary, Middle School and High School Girls & Young Women
You've just found exactly that. The posters on this page are intended to be used with just girls and young women, and they tackle the special issues faced by this portion of your student population.
These posters cover all the most critical areas: eating issues, STEM academics like science and math, peer interactions, sports, fitness, diet, dating, STDs, health, graduation from school, and tobacco use.
If you need inventive, innovative resources designed just for females, this is the place. Best of all, all of our posters for girls coordinate with our lessons, lesson plans, printables, worksheets, and other resources for girls.
Our dynamic creations are perfect for your office if you're a counselor, social worker, therapist, mental health worker, residential care staff, school teacher, or psychologist.
If you're an elementary, middle or high school teacher or educator who works with girls who struggle in school, home, or the community, then these posters can make fantastic additions to your classroom or hallway walls.
Stop using one-gender-fits-all interventions. Start using resources crafted especially for girls and young women, and start seeing the improved results these exciting, new tools can deliver.
Have questions? Let the experts on resources for elementary, middle school and high school girls help you locate exactly what you need: 1.800.545.5736 or email us.