Empowering Girls

rp_little-girl-listening-to-story-150x150.jpgEmpowering girls to make real friends, communicate directly and be true to themselves! Participate in a fun, engaging workshop, where you and your daughter will build a common language, practice healthy approaches to conflict, and learn authentic communication skills. Help girls discover the ability to know how they feel, say what they need, and respond courageously to their mistakes. Girls will leave feeling more emotionally intelligent, resilient, and confident.

For over ten years, the national non-profit organization Girls Leadership has awakened thousands of girls to a life of authentic leadership. Co-founded by bestselling author, Rachel Simmons, and educator Simone Marean, Girls Leadership believes that leadership is a way of life that begins in girlhood.

Workshops and Dates
K and 1st Grade: Tuesdays 6:00-7:00pm
April 19, 26, &May 03 and 10, 2016
Cost: $185.00/parent & child pair

2nd and 3rd Grades: Wednesdays 6:00-7:30pm
April 20, 27, & May 04 and 11, 2016
Cost: $215.00/parent & child pair

4th and 5th Grade: Thursdays 6:00-7:30pm
April 21, 28, & May 05 and 12, 2016
Cost: $215.00/parent & child pair

Workshops take place at Sommerville Elementary School.
For registration and workshop information, visit: GirlsLeadership.org or contact Patty Dow, NJ Outreach Manager, at Patty@GirlsLeadership.org or call 866-744-9102 ext. 703

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