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Two Generations of Girl Alums Reconnect at a Simmons College Field Trip!

Posted by Teresa Scalley Dec, 12, 2016 , , , , ,
From left to right: Amalia, 8th grader, and Tori, who graduated from Simmons College in 2015, pose together during a Simmons College SWSG Chapter field trip.   On December 3rd, SWSG Boston Program Manager Sarah Kacevich attended the Simmons College Chapter's field trip on campus. Our team invited Tori Glover-- a former SWSG girl around...

TIPS: How Do We Talk To Our Girls

Posted by Sabrina Saunders Nov, 11, 2016 , , , , , , , , , , ,
So how do we talk to our girls? As you know, our girls are 9, 10 and 11 years old and for most, this is the first time they've been old enough to understand that a major election has taken place. For them, it's probably not abnormal that a woman would consider to run for...

NECN Features SWSG as a Post-Election Change-Maker

Posted by Teresa Scalley Nov, 11, 2016 , , , , , , ,
On Friday, November 11, Strong Women, Strong Girl was part of a news piece by NECN about ways people can take action during this time of protest and anger after the presidential election's outcome. "Regardless of party-affiliation and who is in office, Morley hopes the election will be a catalyst for people to get involved long...

We Will Always Rise

Posted by Teresa Scalley Nov, 11, 2016 , , ,
We cannot be what we cannot see. With every election, there is always one candidate who doesn't win. And this year, in 2016, it happens to be Hillary Clinton who comes up short with electoral votes. Her supporters were not expecting her to lose to Donald Trump and we've seen that our nation is more...

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Our community mentoring approach has more than ten years of proven, empirical results. Our method works. And every year we benchmark our progress with empirical data.

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