Pace In the News
Pace Alachua girls took a field trip to the UF College of Medicine July 26. The event, hosted by the college’s Women in Medicine and Science advisory board and Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development, along with the Medi-Gators Virtual Shadowing Program run through the department of neurology, was designed to inspire the next generation of female physicians and scientists, showing them the breadth of opportunities in health care.
Pace Clay hosted its 2022 Graduation Ceremony at Highpoint Church recognizing eight Pace graduates. Each girl was presented with her diploma, followed by a tassel ceremony to signify her educational achievements.
Pace Center for Girls announces the election of former Senator Anitere Flores and Michael A. Stephens to its national Board of Trustees.
At Pace, we believe all girls, regardless of their story, deserve safe and supportive spaces to heal that help them to become strong, compassionate and successful women. We're proud to be listed in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution as a model that's effectively supporting the mental health needs of girls in metro Atlanta communities.