San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Unstoppable Girls 2014 Empowerment Summer Retreat is an enrichment and personal development program for middle and high school girls. This holistic leadership program is designed to provide girls with tools, resources and workshops so they can build their self-esteem, embrace their inner beauty and make healthy choices. Unstoppable Girls is an organization that targets the core causes that diminish self-esteem, inner beauty, body image, health and leadership among young and teenage girls.
The retreat provides girls, ages 11 to 18 with life skills, self-esteem tips, coaching, hands-on activities, information and tools to be comfortable in their own skin. Did you know 6 in 10 girls stop doing what they love because they feel unempowered? Did you know that the 1 in 4 girls suffer from low self-esteem?
In addition, this retreat will help girls tap into their creativity and talents; learn how to set goals and take action. Participants also will meet positive role models and mentors. Topics include bully prevention, healthy choices, self image and safe social media practices.The retreat, organized by will also emphasize the importance of good health, social responsibility and civic engagement.
What the Girls Will Experience
The girls will experience group activities that will open their minds to what “true beauty” really is, education on media, character development, positive self-talk, healthy relationships, and most importantly, participants will make new friends, and see they are not alone in their struggles with self-esteem. Specialized workshops include:
- Yoga, Meditation, and Mindfulness
- Creative Writing & Vision Boards
- Holistic Health & Wellness Sessions
- Cyber Safety – Understanding the Safe Use of Social Media & Technology
- “Master of my Fate…” - Positive Thinking Skills
- “D.A.T.E.” – Dating Abuse Teen Education - Awareness & Prevention
- Etiquette Classes
- Understanding Emotional Learning – (Emotions, Purpose, and Personal Responsibility)
- Career Development
- Effective Communication, Conflict Resolution
Unstoppable Girls strives to educate, nurture and mentor girls who desire to overcme fear, low self-esteem, bullies and negative peer pressure so they can shine! Sessions will include: Motivational workshops on attitudes, confidence and goal setting. Interactive and creative activities such as journal writing, vision boards classes, yoga and zuumba.
Guest mentors also will visit the one day retreat and meet the Unstoppable girls. The retreat is available for a one day package. Lunch & healthy snacks will be served for all participants. Each girl will receive a t-shirt and Unstoppable journal.
We are looking for organizations and entrepreneurs to sponsor a girl who may be in need of an amazing summer enrichment experience to increase her self-confidence, creativity and fuel her passions. Sponsor a girl you admire and give her an Unstoppable Makeover.
All female empowerment organizations, clubs and groups are invited to attend Unstoppable Girls!
Here is a link to various locations for the parking garage at Rutgers University, Newark Campus, http://nwkparking.rutgers.edu/locations
Coach Caryl Lucas
When & Where
Unstoppable Girls is an empowerment and enrichment organization dedicated to providing resources and programs to increase self-esteem & self-love.
We are committed to providing girls with resources to increase their self-esteem and self-love!
Sessions will include workshops on inner/outer beauty, leadership skills, self-acceptance and goal setting. Topics include bully prevention, healthy choices, self image and safe social media practices. The retreat will also emphasize the importance of good health, social responsibility, and civic engagement.
The retreat supports the Dove Self-Esteem Campaign and provides girls, ages 11 to 18 with life skills, self-esteem tips, coaching, hands-on activities, information and tools to be comfortable in their own skin. Did you know 6 in 10 girls stop doing what they love because they feel unempowered? Did you know that the 1 in 4 girls suffer from low self-esteem?