Classes for Young Women

Program offerings range from one-day workshops to multi-session classes and summer writing camps. All programs focus on topics relevant to young women today and encourage participants to speak out through the art and power of writing. Offering classes for young women in grades 4-12.

Classes for Girls

All programs focus on topics relevant to young women today and encourage participants to speak out through the art and power of writing.

Girls Fall 2018 Session (grades 4-8) - Mother/Daughter - September 23

  • Date: 09-23-2018
  • Time: 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
  • Tuition: $50.00
  • Open to: Girls (4th - 8th grade)

Mothers & Daughters: We Are... We believe Mothers and Daughters (and Aunts & Nieces, Big & Little Sisters and Mentor Pairs) have a special relationship, and this series explores and supports this unique pairing.

Girls Fall 2018 Session (grades 4-8) - Mother/Daughter - October 21

  • Date: 10-21-2018
  • Time: 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
  • Tuition: $50.00
  • Open to: Girls (4th - 8th grade)

Mothers & Daughters: We Are... We believe Mothers and Daughters (and Aunts & Nieces, Big & Little Sisters and Mentor Pairs) have a special relationship, and this series explores and supports this unique pairing.

Girls Fall 2018 Session (grades 4-8) - Mother/Daughter - November 11

  • Date: 11-11-2018
  • Time: 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
  • Tuition: $50.00
  • Open to: Girls (4th - 8th grade)

Mothers & Daughters: We Are... We believe Mothers and Daughters (and Aunts & Nieces, Big & Little Sisters and Mentor Pairs) have a special relationship, and this series explores and supports this unique pairing.

Classes for Teens

All programs focus on topics relevant to young women today and encourage participants to speak out through the art and power of writing. Open to teens: grades 8-11

Teens Fall 2018 Session (Grades 8-11): Claiming Courageous Curiosity

  • Date: 10-7-2018 to 11-11-2018
  • Time: 1:30 pm to 4:00 pm
  • Tuition: $149.00
  • Open to: Teens and Young Women (Grades 8-11)

Watching the news, it seems like ethnic divides are ever-deepening. But how can we solve these complicated problems when each side lives in fear of the other? How do we cross the threshold of fear to get to know those different from ourselves, to help another being bullied…and stay safe?