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ATLANTA, GA, February 23, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The Power of Girls – an Atlanta-based nonprofit organization with a mission to serve, inspire and empower young girls – is hosting its 2020 enrollment period for the second cohort of program participants. Through March 2, the organization is actively reviewing applications from prospects who are present sixth or seventh graders interested in opportunities to develop into confident, well-rounded global leaders through mentorship, team building, and cultural experiences.
Each year, the young women who are selected as The Power of Girls program participants engage in a year-long "Power House" curriculum focused on developing confidence, leadership skills, and self-awareness. The programming concludes with an international trip where the cohort participants can stretch their horizons, continue to build their confidence, and gain exposure to global cultures on their journey to become young leaders. Following the trip, The Power of Girls participants become part of the active alumnae group where they serve as program ambassadors, sharing the pivotal moments from their experience with future cohorts.
"I wasn't too sure what to expect with The Power of Girls, but knew I was excited about this experience," said Laci, a member of the inaugural Power of Girls cohort. "The organization has now changed the way I view the world and I will forever be grateful."
In addition to the "Power House" curriculum, The Power of Girls offers program participants a robust experience inclusive of workshops, leadership retreats, intimate mentoring sessions and other activities intentionally designed to foster enhanced whole-person development. As the organization continues to grow its offerings to cohort participants, donations are encouraged to help students with their travel and other skill-building initiatives provided though The Power of Girls. Donations can be made by visiting www.thepowerofgirls.org.
"The Power of Girls organization is a life-changing program, birthed out of my own experiences as a middle school-aged girl who desired these types of opportunities," said Tameka Kee, founder of The Power of Girls. "We are excited to bring this program back for the second year to the Atlanta community and look forward to ushering in a new group of young girls whose lives will forever be changed."
For more information on The Power of Girls or to apply, please visit www.thepowerofgirls.org. You can also join them on this journey of self-discovery by following them @thepowerofgirls on Instagram.
If you're a media outlet interested in covering The Power of Girls or speaking to the Founder, Tameka Kee, please send your inquiry to email@example.com.
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