Recruiting for Good and Girls in Power Launch Event at Padri in Agoura on November 10, 2011, at 530 pm to Discuss How to Empower and Inspire Girls in the Community

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Girls in Power Launch Event at Padri in Agoura on November 10, 2011, between 530-730pm to discuss how to collaborate and successfully support each other in launching a mentoring program that will benefit and empower the girls in the community. Girls in Power looks forward to meeting with women who are looking to volunteer, mentor, and make a difference.

Girls in Power Launch Event at Padri in Agoura on November 10, 2011, between 530-730pm to discuss how to collaborate and successfully support each other in launching a mentoring program that will benefit and empower the girls in the community. Girls in Power looks forward to meeting with women who are looking to volunteer, mentor, and make a difference.

Girls in Power program incorporates a 10-week workshop series that integrates a four–pronged approach to combating issues teen girls face and provide tools to help girls overcome these issues. ”Young Artists Workshop, Health Approach Workshop, Purpose Driven Girls Workshop, and the Food for Thought Workshop."

Melinda Crown, single mother of 3 kids, developed GirlsinPower a program that institutes values of self-worth, care, and love through small collaborative groups led by mentors, teachers, and volunteers. GirlsinPower offers innovative hands-on programs to develop young girls (ages 12-16), so that they can best realize their full potential in life. http://www.girlsinpower.org

Recruiting for Good a socially progressive recruiting Co-Op; financially rewarding people who share contacts enabling recruiting to make a difference. Proceeds generated from contact introductions will benefit people who participate in the Co-Op, their friends, and family by providing free yoga, health, wellness, career, and food mentoring programs for girls through GirlsinPower. http://www.recruitingforgood.com

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