"...I know I am going where I am needed and though the undertaking is most difficult, it isn't impossible..."
―Janie Porter Barrett
Have you ever had an idea that keeps you up at night—an idea that's on your mind most of the day, steadily nagging your thoughts, no matter how hard you try to ignore it? You know the idea exists, but something (or a few things) are preventing you from "getting started." If this sounds familiar, this week's #MentorMonday newsletter is for you! Keep reading.
"Magic lies in challenging what seems impossible.”
―Carol Moseley Braun
As we navigate through the changes and challenges of COVID-19, we've decided to try something new with our weekly newsletters. Each week, we'll be sending you content aligned to our four core program areas: creation, connection, confidence and career.
Although we realize this does not substitute for our in-person experiences, we hope that it creates a new opportunity for us to stay connected and support each other through these unprecedented times. Scroll down to check out the new format and let us know your thoughts, feedback, and ideas:
"If the structure does not permit dialogue the structure must be changed”
Have you ever had a learning need go completely unnoticed by your family or teachers? The main character in Monday's Not Coming struggled with dyslexia, however, her unique learning needs were missed by some adults and ignored by others. How is this possible? Watch the video below to hear what some of our girls think, and RSVP for our April Breakfast Book Club to join our next discussion on the YA novel, Opposite of Always by Justin A. Reynolds.