Girls Inc. Cajun Cook-off 2015
- Railroad Park, Birmingham AL
BE STRONG Discover tips and practices to make yourself stand out from the crowd during a job search.
BE SMART Develop skills to help you manage your time and weather life’s stresses.
BE BOLD Learn how to achieve economic independence by growing your understanding of personal finance.
The Strong, Smart and Bold Teen Conference is free* for young women in the 9th through 12th grades. Participants will attend a series of workshops that will provide the knowledge needed to make healthy and responsible choices and will empower them to strive for their goals. In addition, attendees will also receive lunch and a swag bag full of items and information to take home.
A free morning workshop, Talking About the Tough Stuff, for parents of conference attendees will also be available. Contact Quiwintre Frye (information below) to register.
The conference will take place from 9AM-3PM on Sat. Nov. 10th at the Alabama School for Fine Arts. Contact Quiwintre Frye at 599- 5548 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Registration closes Oct. 30th and space is limited.
*A $20 registration fee is required and will be returned in the form of a $20 Visa gift card at the completion of the conference. Any registered participants who do not attend on the day of the conference will forfeit their registration fee. Those who are unable to make the initial investment are encouraged to contact Girls Inc. of Central Alabama.
Since 1938, Girls Inc. of Central Alabama has provided places and programs where school age girls of diverse cultural and economic backgrounds participate in wholesome activities. We help girls develop to their fullest potential, enrich their relationships with others, and grow to be responsible and productive members of the community. With support from local individuals, corporations, and foundations, Girls Inc. helps girls gain new skills, develop self-confidence, and learn to compete in an ever-expanding world. Our Outreach programs stretch beyond the walls of our centers and into the community through partnerships with schools, churches, and community organizations in three Birmingham area counties. We hope you will join us to celebrate the leaders who have made a difference in the lives of girls.