YWOP LEADERSHIP (CLUB) IS BACK!
Revealing Her Greatness So She Can Lead With Confidence
A Mentorship Program
The purpose of YWOP clubs is to create opportunities for young female students to discover their gifts and abilities and grow in confidence in positions of leadership.
YWOP Clubs are a creative outlet for teen girls to discover their strengths in various positions of leadership and activities while using their influence to change female culture in their schools and community.
The clubs are weekly meetings that are student led with an adult Mentor/Adviser who oversees the club, guiding the young members in their leadership roles. These clubs are often located in the community but due to covid it is currently online. Open to girls 12 to 18 This program is creating a safe environment for young women to lead. The club is designed to build up young female leaders, mentoring them to make a difference and helping them discover who they are created to be by giving them opportunities to discover their gifts and abilities through various leadership activities and challenges. For girls who have not yet engaged with their school or community YWOP clubs empowers them with opportunities to grow in confidence in their leadership abilities, along with creating a space for them to thrive so they can lead in their community.
These weekly meetings operate for 2 hours after school. Each week within a month there are 4 different focuses that develop various skills in girls such as critical thinking, global awareness, community involvement, interpersonal and social skills, leadership, fun and more.
If you know of any girls who are looking for a community that is drama free, a safe place to grow and discover what you’re made of while having fun doing it… Then YWOP LEADERSHIP is what you are looking for.
Who: For girls ages 12 to 18
Date: Monday Nights from Feb, 1 to May 31
Location: Online ZOOM
Time: 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Adult Advisers: Alison Springer, Princess Ilonze & Elanor Delaney
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org text or phone Alison Springer (403) 383-9436 with any questions you may have.