Sisterhood mentoring for 30 girls in St. John

 
$242 $14,758
Raised Remaining
Mar 5, 2013

Girls Develop Leadership Skills in St. John

The girls participating in Sisterhood Agenda's Sisterhood Mentoring Program are no longer locally funded.  However, they continue to meet with Sisterhood Agenda President, Angela D. Coleman, who is developing leadership within the group to help them become more self-sufficient and self-governing.  The group meets at the Youth Center in Cruz Bay, St. John.

Some of the development includes life skills, responsibility, peer mentoring, and sisterhood.  They are also learning how to raise funds by offering products and services to the public such as bake sales and car washes. Group members are also hopeful about doing cultural exchanges and visiting colleges in the United States.

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Angela D. Coleman

President
St. John, Virgin Islands

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