Girls of ALL abilities in middle or high school who demonstrate leadership skills inside and outside of the classroom. The program is open to girls who both are and are NOT currently Girl Scouts who live in West Virginia, Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, DC.
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An inclusive convening of leaders of ALL abilities designed to inspire youth to recognize their own abilities and to become active in their schools and communities. The one-day program will include challenging, fun-filled activities; influential guest speakers; and a host of entertainment!
Saturday, March 9th, 2013 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
AmericanUniversity Washington, DC
OBJECTIVES FOR PARTICIPANTS:
To provide a Leadership Experience to identify three “keys” to leadership:
Discover their own potential. Connect with successful women role models. Take Action with renewed self-esteem and skills to become leaders in the world.
SESSION TOPICS AND ACTIVITIES WILL INCLUDE...
Girl Power: The Influence of Women & Girls in the Media, and the Arts
You are the Key: Strategies for Resolving Conflict at Home & at School
Studying Like a Girl: Bridging the Gender Gap in Math & Science
The Face of Leadership
Does it Make a Difference? Building True Friendships Across Difference or Ability
Making Your Voice Heard: Advocacy 101
Early-Bird Rate*: Register by February 18, 2013 and pay just $10! General Registration*: $15 until March 1, 2013
*(Includes registration, lunch, and conference materials)