Pace In the News

Please see how Pace Center for Girls is changing the lives of girls and young women through advocacy, partnerships, programs, and more in the many stories shared and published in the media.

June 17, 2022

Pace Macon is a grantee of the Aim High grant presented by the New York Life Insurance Company and the Afterschool Alliance. The grant recognizes outstanding afterschool, summer and expanded learning programs that help middle school students make the critical transition into high school.

June 05, 2022

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.

May 24, 2022

Pace Alachua partnered with local muralist Jenna Horner to create an art installation. Its purpose was to advocate for a safe and stronger community as it applies to driving safely on the roads.

May 10, 2022

Pace Center for Girls, Broward has partnered with emergency management and logistics firm AshBritt and Broward College to launch the new Emergency Management Program, which will become available beginning this fall. The workforce certificate program is designed to familiarize young adults across the county with the abundant career opportunities available in the well-paying emergency management industry.

May 02, 2022

Pace Center for Girls is expanding its programming to provide social, emotional, behavioral, and mental health counseling to girls ages 11-17 in South Carolina. Over the course of a year, Pace will serve up to 80 girls in Florence and Darlington counties by providing individual, peer group and family counseling sessions, as well as individual goal setting and implementing strategies for future success.