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
My first Google search as a SWSG Boston Program Operations intern was “famous women.” Pretty uninspired, but I needed to start somewhere. Since one of my biggest projects this summer is helping to create SWSG’s 2012-2013 curriculum, my first assignment was to find women who embody the success skills…Read More
After learning about Bessie Coleman and how she went from being a manicurist to being the first female African American Pilot, one of my mentees was inspired! The next week at mentoring (the week after Halloween), we asked our girls what they wore for Halloween. And the girl, who was…Read More
Elaine is a fourth-grader in Strong Women, Strong Girls at the VietAid site in Dorchester in Greater Boston. Read VietAid Site Facilitator and SWSG blogger Jessica Ranucci’s introduction to this blog series featuring the Strong Girls of SWSG.
My favorite part about SWSG would…Read More