The program celebrates over 10 years of empowering minority youth to be global leaders
Nationwide (BlackNews.com) — Black excellence and effective leadership are essential for a thriving African-American community to survive any world crisis. Jacqueline Glass-Campbell, CEO of At the Well Conferences, Inc. (ATW), celebrates molding the masterminds of tomorrow by introducing At the Well Young Women’s Leadership Academy’s Online Distance Learning Program.
The program was created for young minority women out of a commitment to increase awareness of the essential tools required to aid them in becoming successful leaders. By promoting excellence in education, young talent will transform their communities. Girls are encouraged to live beyond their limitations, achieve beyond their dreams, and impact communities beyond their reach.
Due to the current and uncertain pandemic, the 2022 summer At The Well Leadership Academy will be conducted in a virtual environment that will be easily accessible and affordable. Registration is now open on the official website at www.atthewellconferences.org
Tuition is $399, which includes the Four Day Online Distance Learning Program and one Fall/Winter Leadership Workshop. There is no application fee.
There will be two programs in 2022:
• July 28-31st, 2022 — 9th-10th Grade Virtual Intensive
Minority girls who are currently in the 9th & 10th-grade years of high school will participate in classes to increase awareness of the essential tools required to aid them in becoming successful leaders. They learn critical thinking, essay writing, and critical reading skills. We seek to motivate these students towards higher achievement in school and increased self-confidence.
• July 21-24th, 2022 — 11th Grade College Prep Virtual Intensive
Minority girls who are currently in their 11th-grade year in high school will participate in classes with core curriculum specifically created for students preparing to attend college. The program provides the essential tools that lead to college success such as critical thinking, college essay writing, and assistance with college selection and scholarships.
ATW partners with many celebrities, high-profiled figures, educators, and activists who share life challenges and personal testimonies. Recent speakers have included actress Nicole Ari Parker, rising actress Eden Duncan Smith, scholar Julianne Malveaux, motivational speaker Brandi Harvey, Chynna Clayton Personal Assistant to Michelle Obama, physician Michele Reed, and plus-size supermodel Liris Crosse.
For more information about At the Well Young Women’s Leadership Academy’s Online Distance Program, visit AtTheWellConferences.org.