New Toledo-based organization aims to bring mentorship and S.T.E.A.M. Programs for Minority Girls
The vision is to spread the power of self-confidence and break the poverty cycle for underrepresented, at-risk, and economically disadvantaged young women of color through mentorship and access to resources through S.T.E.A.M. to prepare and secure a place for them in the world.
SELF-ESTEAM announces its new Toledo-based organization aims to bring mentorship and S.T.E.A.M. Programs for Minority Girls. It is a nonprofit organization meant to boast, grow self-esteem, and build confidence. They provide extensive benefits and further a social cause and public interest.
The five founding members of SELF-ESTEAM are Aleisha Johnson (Community Outreach Director), Anitra Johnson (Academic Director), JaNae Miller (Human Resources Director), Monique Montgomery (Public Relations Director), and Sadora Montgomery (Diversity and Inclusion Director). All have extensive community service experience, each holding a minimum of a bachelor's degree, and are all trained in diversity and inclusion, leadership, project management, fundraising, and communication. They are all exceptional in their field of expertise in a unique way. Guiding minority women happens to be one of the most challenging things. But they saw the need in their community and felt it was the best to create a program that would include and benefit young girls. Teaching a girl child is a concept of building a fearless and robust notion and the world at large.
SELF-ESTEAM provides stem learning to assist minority women and their associated practices in creating a student-centered learning environment that will instill self-confidence. This unique scheme helps the young girls investigate the problem and construct an evidence-based explanation of the real world.
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