Rock n' Roll Camp for Girls San Diego

Empowering Girls Through Music

Mission


Rock n’ Roll Camp for Girls San Diego is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that brings the community together to empower girls and non-binary youth through music. 

Young girl singing into a microphone

Vision


We envision a world where girls, women and/or non-binary individuals collaborate and lift each other up; a safe space to create and nurture self-esteem and self-expression. As a result of our weeklong summer camp, we strive for a positive impact on all the participants as they continue their journeys as the future generation of the community.

Four girls jumping in the air

we believe


Empowering girls, women and non-binary individuals through music education is a powerful tool for self-expression

Inspiring collaboration, communication and respect encourages girls to embrace the uniqueness in themselves and others

Creating a safe outlet for girls to express their thoughts, share ideas and cultivate dreams will help build a strong diverse community

You rock!

We promote an environment that fosters self-confidence, uniqueness, creativity, and teamwork.



Girls Rock Camp Alliance Logo

Rock n' roll camp for girls san diego is a member of the 

Girls Rock Camp Alliance


About GRCA:

The Girls Rock Camp Alliance is an international membership network of youth-centered arts and social justice organizations. We provide resources and space for community building to our membership in order to build a strong movement for collective liberation.
The Girls Rock Camp Alliance supports camps around the world in this mission.


Check out some media from our rock camp friends!
Los Angeles Times "Getting Their Rock On", Rock n' Roll Camp Los Angeles

New York Times "Rocking Out: No Boys Allowed", Girls Rock Camp Atlanta



NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY


Rock n' Roll Camp for Girls San Diego does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national and/or ethnic origin, citizenship, marital status, sexual orientation, mental or physical ability, or gender identity/expression in the administration of any of its educational programs, admissions policies, financial aid, and other camp-related policies and programs, as well as volunteer and employment-related policies and activities.

Fifty girls on stage at the House of Blues singing