Cumbre HER

17 de agosto de 2024

8.30 H - 15.30 H

Universidad Estatal del Sur de Connecticut

345 Fitch St, New Haven, CT 06515

Join Us for a Day of Wellness and Resiliency! Hosted by The Governor’s Prevention Partnership and MENTOR as part of the Black and Brown Girls National Movement, this summit aims to ignite the fire within every girl to be her best. Through a dynamic and transformative day filled with fun and engaging workshops, discussions, and social connection, the Summit will empower BIPOC girls between 12-17 years of age and their adult mentors with the skills and resources they need to achieve overall wellness. Sessions include educational workshops and small discussions on topics like self-advocacy, H.E.R. voice, and healthy relationships, as well as self-care activities like yoga, sound healing, and much more!

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Please Read This Important Information Before You Register

  • Each youth must attend the Summit with an adult and must stay at the Summit for the entirety of the event.
  • All youths and Mentors/Adults must register in advance for the Summit. Each Mentor/Adult must complete a separate registration for herself and each girl who will come to the Summit with her.
  • Mentors/Adults are responsible for the transportation, safety, and supervision of youth during the Summit. Mentors/Adults may bring no more than four girls per adult.
  • Mentors/Adults who complete the registrations must ensure that the Parental Consent Form and Media Release Form are completed, signed, and sent to us prior to the Summit.
  • Therefore, Mentors/Adults will need to have the contact information for each youth and their parent/legal guardian (e.g., names, email addresses and phone numbers), as well as the name of your affiliated mentoring program(s).
  • Once registration is submitted, a confirmation email will be sent to the Mentor/Adult who completed the registration. The confirmation email will contain the Parental Consent Form, the Media Release Form, and a link to use to submit the signed forms to us.
  • Paper forms are available upon request.

What to Expect

  • Learning that Empowers You: We’re here to celebrate and amplify your voice as young leaders and as mentors.
  • Activities that Inspire Action: Get inspired and motivated to take an active role in your community and become an advocate for positive change.
  • Opportunities to Build Connections: Meet new friends and mentors. Collaborate, share ideas, and learn from each other!
  • Workshops that Grow Knowledge: Participate in engaging workshops that will provide you with knowledge, skills, and resources.
  • A Summit that Embraces Diversity: We believe in the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion. Everyone deserves to feel seen, heard, and valued!

¿Quién debe asistir?

  • Niñas negras y morenas de 12 a 17 años con ganas de crecer, aprender y tener un impacto positivo en sus vidas y comunidades.
  • Mentores adultos, incluidos padres, educadores y líderes comunitarios, comprometidos con el apoyo y la capacitación de las jóvenes.

Movimiento de tutoría de chicas negras y morenas

El Movimiento Nacional de Niñas Negras y Marrones es una poderosa iniciativa dedicada a elevar y empoderar a las jóvenes de color. A través de diversos programas, eventos y recursos, MENTOR nacional y sus afiliados se esfuerzan por crear una comunidad de apoyo que celebre la diversidad, fomente el crecimiento personal y anime a las niñas a alcanzar las estrellas.

Más información y otros eventos en www.mentoring.org/black-and-brown-girl-mentoring-movement.

Preguntas

Si tiene alguna pregunta, póngase en contacto con Brittany Baines, Project Manager for Mentoring And Prevention Program Providers.

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