Megan Wall, a college mentor with SWSG Duquesne University, shares with us how one girl impacted her understanding of what it means to be strong.
Since I began my mentoring journey last fall, every single girl I’ve met has had a special place in my heart. The strong girls I encounter…Read More
In honor of National Mentoring Month, Strong Women, Strong Girls is asking our partners what mentoring and the SWSG mission means to them. Clara Sierra, a national Board Member, shares her SWSG story:
What inspired you to support SWSG, and what speaks to you about the SWSG mission?
I was looking…Read More
“Mentoring Works!” is the theme of this year’s National Mentoring Month (NMM), celebrated each January. Indeed, mentoring works! Last year, 88% of mentors reported that girls showed increased college and career aspirations as a result of their participation in Strong Women, Strong Girls.
At SWSG, we have big plans to…Read More
If you’ve ever bought a piece of “some assembly required” furniture, you know that reading the instruction manual and actually building what you bought are two very different things. On paper, the process seems so orderly and calm. Your bolts, screws, and boards come together in perfect harmony. In real…Read More