Global Educational Empowerment for 100,000 Girls

 
$1,715
$60,785
Raised
Remaining
Jan 21, 2011

More Girls Served and Training in 2011

Youth Extravaganza Participants
Youth Extravaganza Participants

Sisterhood Agenda served more girls in 2010 than at any other time in the organization’s 17-year history!  Propelled by the launch of Sisterhood Agenda’s Global Training Academy, Sisterhood Agenda added 20 new Global Partners including several in the U.S. Virgin Islands where the Global Training Academy is located.  Sisterhood Agenda also provided technical assistance and support services for over 1,200 girls, parents, and social service providers.  Global Training activities for the last part of 2010 included:

September 29, 2010           Sisterhood Agenda Community Meeting in St. John

October 5, 2010                Free Webinar: Raising Healthy Black Girls

                                          Hosted by www.sisterhoodagenda.com

October 21, 2010              Free Webinar:  Sisters:  Healthy & Empowered

                                          Hosted at www.sisterhoodagenda.com

October 21, 2010              Take Back the Night in St. John

                                          Franklin Park, Cruz Bay

November 9, 2010             Sisters In Business Empowerment Series I

                                          Hosted at www.sisterhoodagenda.com

November 10, 2010           Sisters In Business Empowerment Series II

                                          Hosted at www.sisterhoodagenda.com

November 18, 2010           VI Department of Education Conference for Girls in St. Thomas

                                                Marriott Frenchman's Reef & Morning Star Beach Resort

December 31, 2010           Sisterhood/Brotherhood Agenda New Year’s Eve Youth Extravaganza in St. John

                                          Cruz Bay, VI Housing Parks & Recreation Building

Sisterhood Agenda will hold its first accelerated A Journey Toward Womanhood program for girls during its Global Training Academy Summer Series July 2011. Teachers, mentors, and administrators can receive A Journey Toward Womanhood certification during Sisterhood Agenda’s first global sisterhood conference in November 2011.  

In addition, Sisterhood Agenda is seeking funding for its innovative Positive Media campaign to teach girls how to use technology and media to create sustainable positive social change.  Offering eBooks, creating a new website, opening a production studio in the U.S. Virgin Islands to produce new content, and revamping Sisterhood Agenda Magazine are some of the components of Positive Media.

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Project Leader

Angela D. Coleman

President
St. John, Virgin Islands

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