Effective mentoring speaks to our model of intentionally working one-on-one with girls to help them realize their potential. We understand that a girl having a strong sense of who she is and her purpose impacts her wellbeing. Our organization has three programs that supports and mentors girls from various demographics and leads them towards a positive path of development.
1.) Ladies Empowering Adolescent Girls Using Exposure (L.E.A.G.U.E.) provides a global network of professional women working collaboratively to impact adolescent girls. Through our tiered leadership approach, we expose girls (K-12) to professional and social experiences that build leadership skills. Our curriculum is modeled after Gender Specific Research in an effort to appeal to our girls on distinct developmental levels: PeeWee League (ages 5 – 8) Little League (ages 9 – 12), Minor League (13-15) and Major League (16 and older). The L.E.A.G.U.E. meets regularly twice a month on 1st and 3rd Thursdays.
2.) The T.E.A.M. Project is designed to empower teen parents before, during, and after their transition into parenthood. We offer a wide variety of research-based educational resources that enhances our participants’ knowledge of financial literacy, technical and career training, along with access to health and wellness resources for their families. Educating and mentoring teens is an essential aspect of the program, as it encourages them to feel empowered and committed to the success of their child’s healthy development.
3.) Discovering Realities in Painting & STEM – provides a one-of-a-kind opportunity for participants to engage in fun and memorable activities. These group painting and/or STEM projects encourages exploration and discovery by testing individual creativity and experimentation. Through the #DRIPSAtlanta Campaign, we are expanding our mission by building a network that cultivates ‘creative healing’. This effort strives to extend access life coaching and mental health resources to people who attend our fundraising events.