Now Enrolling: Girls Rule! Bronzeville Chapter
Join our Bronzeville Chapter
for fun, empowering, girl-centric mentoring programs and activities
beginning December 6, 2014!
Girls ages 7 - 18 will enjoy a safe and empowering space
where they'll learn the right tools to chart their own course toward success
while forging friendships with other young ladies who are walking confidently in the same direction.
Why Choose Girls Rule?
Girls Rule! Provides Girls With The Right Tools To Become The Architects Of Their Own Futures.
Girls are inundated with a variety of subtle (and not so subtle) societal messages about their value and potential. Therefore, each fun, engaging and esteem building Girls Rule! program teaches girls to identify and overcome these messages while helping them to define for themselves the type of women they'd like to become. Professional mentors inspire girls to blend...OUT while teaching valuable life/social skills and goal setting strategies, opportunities to explore a variety of career pathways and through participation in service projects that cultivate the self-confidence, consistency and courage it takes to make healthy choices. Register below to join us on Saturday's in Bronzeville! Open Membership and Program Enrollment Program Implementation Dates November 23, 2014 - December 6, 2014 December 6, 2014 - March 31, 2015
Saturdays, 11am -1pm
Upcoming activities: Service Project Planning & Holiday Etiquette, Goal Setting and Resolutions
Outting to see the play "The Piano Lesson" by August Wilson,
Cupcakes, Careers and Conversations event
(view a snippet of the program calendar below)
Program slots are filling fast. Enroll below to reserve your seat.
New Chapter Members:
Please use the options below to submit Girls Rule! Annual Membership fee and program tuition.
May be remitted together or through separate transations.
Please use the options below to remit program tuition.
Questions? Call 312-479-0789 or email Katrina Shiff at firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT THE PROGRAM: Girls Rule! award winning programs provide curriculum based mentoring and esteem building opportunities for girls in an age appropriate fun and engaging manner. Access to these esteem building, critical life skill development programs help young ladies to successfully navigate social situations, enhance their communication skills and confidence, provides exposure to career pathways and serve them well as they transition in to adulthood. The Program has been recognized by McDonalds Corporation and ABC7-Chicago for its positive impact and dynamic programming in the Chicagoland community. It has also been featured on Chicago's NBC 5, CNN, Fox News and in other media outlets.
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