Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Group offers empowerment program

Posted By on Wed, Aug 27, 2008 at 10:14 AM

This just in ... a release from the Charlotte-based Girl Talk Foundation:

**MEDIA ADVISORY**

Girl Talk Foundation, Inc. “Tailoring Teens For Success Program” Accepting Applications

Who: Girl Talk Foundation, Inc.—a non-profit organization empowering young girls between the ages 11-16 to become leaders.

What: “Tailoring Teens For Success,” a 10-week program focusing on managing anger, finance, etiquette, health/hygiene and self acceptance to name a few. Program is designed to build character, encourage positive and critical thinking, and develop leadership and life skills in young girls.  The curriculum also includes a one day college tour. Program is limited to 35 girls.

When: Saturday September 6, 2008 – Saturday November 8, 2008

10 consecutive Saturday’s; 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Girls must attend at least eight sessions to complete curriculum.

Where: The University of Phoenix, 10925 David Taylor Drive, Room #105.

Cost: $50.00 per girl *scholarships are available* Applications available by visiting www.girltalkfoundationinc.com.

About Girl Talk Foundation, Inc.

Girl Talk Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit organization that serves as a resource and network of support for young girls between the ages of 11-16. The mission of Girl Talk is to empower today’s girls to become leaders of tomorrow. The goals are to encourage positive and critical thinking, build character, promote self-respect, teach life skills and develop leadership skills. Annually, Girl Talk services about 700 girls through its various programs. Girl Talk was created by radio/TV personality Janine Davis, an 18-year veteran of the broadcasting industry.

Girl Talk Foundation, Inc. 801 East. Morehead Street, #105, Charlotte, NC 28202, 704-335-5885, www.girltalkfoundationinc.com.

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