We are on a mission to create a positive impact on elementary school girls' lives through this unique curriculum which introduces our girls to positive self-talk and the courage to be herself.
Our Girls’ Program is carefully and thoughtfully designed by professionals in the field, to help address the needs of today’s elementary school girls.
This curriculum combines the power of mindfulness, emotional and social learning, empowering girls to thrive in all aspects of life. By fostering self-esteem, self-love, confidence, empathy, teamwork and connection, the Girls’ Program equips our participants with invaluable skills to navigate the ups and downs of daily life. We believe in empowering our girls to be proud of who they are.
Program Details (12 weeks):
For: Girls aged 8-11 years old
When: Every Wednesday from Oct 4- Dec 20, 2023
Where: John Campbell School
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Meet Our Bursary Recipients
We are trilled to award Mirella Jitani this Fall semester Casey Stevens Bursary!
Mirella is active member of the Women's Catholic League, her church, the Canadian Legion, and a peer mentor with the University of Windsor. She enjoys spending her time playing the violin, engaging in sports and volunteering.
A third year concurrent Bachelor of Education and Mathematics student, Mirella aspires to become a teacher and guidance counsellor- helping students pursue their future dreams. She is giving back to our community and the world at large. Mirella is one of the founders and executive members of the University of Windsor non-profit: Wine to Water Chapter.
In the words of Mirella:
"With the help of this bursary, I am most excited to be able to fulfill my lifelong dream of becoming a teacher. I am currently enrolled in the Concurrent Bachelor of Mathematics and Bachelor of Education Program at the University of Windsor and through the exemplary work of the “Help Her Fly” Organization, I would like to continue to empower young women and all learners through education." (September 2023)
Sponsored by Dr. Stephanie Estima