GLOBAL LEADERSHIP NOW
Empowering future female leaders to be a change maker for themselves, their community, and their world. By building self-confidence, creativity, self-worth, and passion. They are given the opportunity to reach their full potential, while inspiring others to do the same.
“GLN is a confidence booster”
...Brittany K., GLN1 Graduate
Global Leadership Now (GLN) is an exciting arts-based opportunity for girls ages 13-17 to develop leadership skills and feel empowered to make a difference. Through a series of 7 enlivening sessions girls will be engaged in the possibilities for their life, the opportunities they have today, and the belief that they can be successful leaders.
The core components will focus on the foundation of leadership skills, awareness of the global state of women, and empowerment to make a difference.
“GLN taught me not to remain complacent. To look and think outside the box. To get one
step ahead. To be different. To become informed and make a difference. To be open minded,
break stereotypes and connect with myself and with others. To make a commitment
that the life I want and the life I have is the same life.” ...Deanna, GLN1 Graduate
Global Leadership Now (GLN) is open to all girls ages 13-17 who are committed to doing their best and attending all 7 sessions. There is no charge for Global Leadership Now, however donations are highly encouraged and appreciated.
GLN 4 starts Saturday October 8, 2016
The sessions will be held:
Second Saturday of the month, October through April
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
PKB DESIGN, 189 Main St, Floor 2, Owego, NY
The first session is Saturday October 8, 2016 at 10:00 AM
“GLN to me is a learning opportunity to help me reach my full potential.” ...Jadyn, GLN1 Graduate
“GLN is living in possibility, living in integrity, having the courage to speak up"….Megan, GLN1 Graduate
“GLN is an outlet to help start making a change.” ….Brittany M., GLN1 Graduate
SEATING IS LIMITED
REGISTER NOW TO SAVE YOUR SEAT!
“GLN is a family of girls who are looking to empower other girls and young leaders by being examples of what it is to be a strong woman.” ……Jessica, GLN1 Graduate