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Spots are Closing Fast for Upcoming Girls Leadership Programs

January 29, 2014 at 5:55 AM

LIVINGSTON, NJ - Back by popular demand, the Girls Leadership Institure (GLI) is coming to Livingston Public Schools in February through March. Resgistration is already underway, and there are only a few more slots open-- residents are encouraged to sign up soon.

GLI is a national non-profit that teaches skills to help girls find their authentic voice and explore personal leadership. GLI was co-founded by best-selling author and girl-expert Rachel Simmons.  

The organization provides transformational programs for girls, their parents, and educational communities. In the 4-week workshop programs being held in four Livingston schools, girls will work on identifying healthy relationships, finding their voice, learning to communicate more effectively with each other, and developing a resilient response to conflict, 'girl drama', challenges and mistakes.

These workshop programs are unique because both parents and daughters participate. The programs are interactive, fun, and enlightening, and provide an opportunity to gain insight and for moms and daughters to spend time together in a new and different way.

Workshop dates:
K/1 Grade Workshop at Collins School
Thursdays: February 20, 27 March 6, 13
9 slots left!
Registration closes February 10th

2/3 Grade Workshop at Mt. Pleasant Elementary
Wednesdays: March 5, 12, 19, 26
Workshop FULL

4/5 Grade Workshop at Riker Hill School
Tuesdays: March 4, 11, 18, 25
8 slots left!

6/7 Grade Workshop at Mt. Pleasant Middle School
Wednesdays: Feb 19, 26, March 5, 12
12 slots left!
Registration closes February 10th

Click here to register.


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