UNIVERSITY of TEXAS at DALLAS | Naveen Jindal School of Management Rm 1.516 Richardson, TX
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THIS WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE!
Valued over $1200 and is yours, totally free!
If you want to meet other students who are pursuing their greatest potentials, if you are feeling very scattered, with fears of inadequacy and frustrated with school, if you're uncertain and wondering which path to take in life? Join an organization, which believes in you, works for you and will help you overcome your fears in order to reach your ultimate potentials. Let A-WOW assist you.
If it feels right, register here!
A-WOW Leadership and Development Institute covers an eight-week span of personal, social and professional development. The program is designed for young ladies ages 16 - 22 and consists of pre/post-assessments, action labs, mentoring and coaching, group projects and networking. Candidates will spend time learning and developing leadership abilities and interpersonal skills by engaging in various activities such as personal and peer mentoring, career planning, youth advocacy community projects and more! Being a participant in this program will help give students the necessary tools to become catalysts for change.
[Sessions are held on Sunday's from 3:00 PM - 6:00PM]
Location|UNIVERSITY of TEXAS at DALLAS|Naveen Jindal School of Management|800 Campbell Rd SM-20, Richardson, TX 75080
Campus Map: http://www.utdallas.edu/maps/
Want to find out more, have a question about the programs? 214.995.1927
Register by January 31
Complete package valued at $1200
Elite accountability and support system
Meals / snacks
Action labs and workbooks
All material and supplies
Acquiring valuable contact to build personal and career building network
Feb 3 - Setting goals.short, mid and long term goals for the future. -Post-Pre Assessment|Who Am I Part I - identifying mission and vision statement.
Feb 10 - Business writing - preparing for your career. - Who Am I Part II? Creative Writing Self-Exploration.
Feb 17 - Making your money work for you - money tips they don't teach you in school | understanding credit and the dangers of credit cards |Opening a bank account- writing checks etc| Paying for college. - Money Matters - money management and financial planning.
Feb 24 - Building Relationships - learn and discuss ways in which to build harmonious relationships with peers, parents and teachers. - Positively Positive - Positive Thinking - learn more about how to end negative "self talk" and negative thoughts about others.
Mar 3 - Staying Motivated|Beating Procrastination| Preventing burnout. - Dealing with Difficult Situations - Many young women are dealing with painful situations that they are not equipped to resolve. In this session, young women will learn techniques as well as resources that can help them adjust.
Mar 10 - Cyber Vulnerability - understanding the danger of the internet and how to protect yourself from cyber predators. Identifying inappropriate cyber behavior. - Bullying - Why Do Girls Fight One Another? Bullying is a crisis in our schools, it is especially high among girls. This session is a discussion to discover why girls fight one another and what can be done to stop this occurrence.
Mar 17 - Career Exploration - Identifying and exploring career options [practical advice from women in different professions] - Post - Assessment - Conclusion
We kick off February 3rd @ 3:00 PM CST. Register before midnight on Jan 31st.
For more information contact: 214.995.1927 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org