Event Date: July 13, 2019
Event Time: 10:00 am – 1:00 pm (Registration begins at 9:30 am)
Event Address: San Bernardino Valley College 701 S. Mt. Vernon Avenue San Bernardino, CA 92410
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Young Women’s Empowerment Foundation (YWE) is hosting their 2nd Annual My Sisters’ Keeper, an educational event discussing sexual assault, domestic violence, conflict resolution, college application workshop, interview do’s and dont’s, and tons of interaction and fun! There will be light refreshments and lunch! This is a free event! In the direction of women’s empowerment, YWE believes in educating, informing, and empowering young women in learning how to identify sexual assault and domestic violence, how to recognize the signs when you or a friend (sister) is a victim of sexual assault and/or domestic violence, and how to seek help and resources within the community. Due to the sensitivity of what will be discussed, only high school young women are eligible to attend – those beginning 9th grade in the upcoming school year can attend as well! We will host a workshop for parents! “Level Up” – Getting your child ready and willing for their future. A focus on cultivating a college and career mindset, financing their future, and building.
Young Women Empowerment Foundation (YWE) is pleased to launch the “Minding Me,” program under the “Empowered 2 Excel,” program it will be facilitated at San Gorgonio High School utilizing the Success Foundations facilitation guide “Success for Teens.”
Today’s teens face innumerable challenges. The SUCCESS Foundation® believes our youth can better meet those challenges by using the principles of personal-development-enhancing skills like goal-setting, dream-building, self-motivation, time management, and creating high self-esteem and a sense of purpose.
Only you can define what success means, and no one can do it for you. It’s what you most want to do, not what others tell you to do. Everyone has the ability to be successful. Maybe you think success comes only from doing incredibly difficult things—things you don’t think you’ll ever be able to do. But that’s simply not true.
YWE held their first summer science technology, engineering, arts and mathematics STEAM BOAT workshop. This event ran several weeks at maple wood homes recreation center and was made possible by Edison International.
At Girl Talk II Community parents were invited to a informational session led by Dr.Lori Caruthers-Collins from Congregations Organized for Phophetic Engagement(COPE). The presenters were a wide variety of attending vendors. Parents were also encouraged to attend the monthly Parents & Communities Engaged in Education(P-CEE) meetings are held New Hope Life Center located on Highland Ave in San Bernardino the third Saturday of the month or contact copechurchesie.org
200 girls attended Girl Talk II Spring 2014 at San Bernardino Valley College. Topics included STEM education led by Cynthia Frazier, Mobile Commerce Digital Technology Alliance and Dressing for Safety by Carolyn Tillman, San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools.