Our signature program for teens, Gals Lead, works with girls to develop and cultivate their self-confidence, authenticity, and leadership potential. Students gain the clarity and confidence needed to create intentional career paths they love - ones that align with their divine passion and purpose.
We will be running our Gals Lead program at Great Mills High School and Westlake High School for the 2021-2022 school year. The program is going in into its 6th year at Great Mills and it's 3rd year at Westlake High School.
Join us in welcoming our facilitators back for another amazing year.
Ellen Servetnick Great Mills
Kimberly Bannister, Great Mills
Maria Thorpe, Great Mills
Tatonya Holman, Westlake High School
Dilantra (Dee) Scott, Westlake High School
Our goal is to launch the Gals Lead program in all remaining 15 high schools in Southern Maryland in the fall of 2022.
Charles County is leading the charge with amazing volunteers working on a grass roots movement to get our program added to their schools. We are calling it 5-15-25 – We are looking to be in 5 more schools in Charles County and will need 15 facilitators to volunteer and train and to raise $25,000 to support the clubs financially to cover books, journals, materials, food, and more. We need your support to fund the program and engage more teen girls in high schools across the Southern Maryland Tri-County Region.
If you are from a neighboring county and want to start a movement of your own please reach out to Maryanna at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Learning Management System - our signature Gals Lead Teen Mentorship and Leadership Program will soon have virtual trainings. The facilitator trainings and guides will be accessed online, and the modules will have all their videos imbedded. We also have a space within the system for Facilitator Collaboration to share ideas, messages, news, and anything else with your facilitator community. We are also looking for feedback on how to improve the curriculum as you go through the process with your own club.