PRograms

Teen girls who meet regularly with a mentor are 38 percent more likely to graduate on time, 55 percent more likely to enroll in college and 130 percent more likely to hold leadership positions.

Source: (Kansas City MO Education Data, Statistics and Attainment)

ACADEMIC

LEadership skills

mentorship

Personal development

Sisterhood solidarity

Become a member to be able to attend all events

(cost is included in $100 yearly annual membership fee)

SPRING PROGRAMS

FALL PROGRAMS

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I AM THAT GIRL

This workshop is held on the 2nd & 4th Saturday in March from 8:30am-12:00pm. The purpose is to build confidence and self-love in the lives of our participants. Girls will learn the core issues surrounding the lack of confidence and explore techniques that build self-confidence. The information we share in this workshop will help participants create positive changes, and ultimately become more confident and love themselves fully.


+ Public Speaking - Designed to develop public speaking confidence, presentational skills, critical thinking, and overcome fears of speaking in
public.

Member - INCLUDED

NonMember - $60

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MY BEST ME

This workshop is held on the 2nd & 4th Saturday in April from 8:30am-12:00pm. The focus is for participants to have balanced social well- being, and physical health. This workshop will focus on the participants having a balanced social
well-being and physical health. The quality of the participant’s mental and physical health will help them to eectively meet their personal responsibilities, goals, and challenges.


+ Cooking/Nutrition- Participants will develop and practice basic cooking skills from different cultures, and prepare some all time desert favorites. This workshop will conclude with key concepts of nutrition and meal planning. The primary focus is to define ‘healthy eating” and to help participants develop basic cooking skills.

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I can

This workshop runs on the 2nd & 4th Saturday
in September from
8:3
0am-12:00pm. This workshop is designed to prepare participants to be successful in college. Our workshop takes a
holistic approach in equipping them not only for the classroom, but for the college lifestyle. The workshop will give them the opportunity to
earn various scholarships and receive knowledge on meeting the acceptance
requirements for any 2 or 4 year institution. In
addition, it will teach essay writing style
techniques to apply for scholarships, inform
participants about campus student involvement, explore and tour various colleges of interest.


+ S.T.E.M. - This hands on workshop identifies
ways to embrace S.T.E.M. and seek lucrative
knowledge on careers in Science, Technology,
Engineering, and Math.

Member - INCLUDED

NonMember - $60

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GIRL BOSS

This workshop is held on the 2nd & 4th
Saturday in October from
8:3
0am-12:00pm. The workshop is designed to teach leadership skills, career-planning, goal-setting, and financial literacy. Participants will learn how to use their influence as a leader to help not only
themselves, but also their peers, family, and the community.


+ Entrepreneurship - This workshop is designed to prepare participants to become
entrepreneurs. In addition, business tools will be provided that will enable participants to
analyze, create, develop, and pilot a small
business.

Member - INCLUDED

NonMember - $60

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Member - INCLUDED
NonMember - $60