Thank you to the 60+ girls who joined us from across the U.S. for our May 2020 event!
Covid-19 is a novel Coronavirus infecting humans for the first time.
With the remainder of the school year being significantly disrupted, it is important for teens to stay engaged academically.
There are many interesting museums, zoos, and theatres around the world that provide opportunities for fun virtual experiences.
There are many ways for youth to volunteer virtually in their community.
Good nutrition and hydration are a vital part of a healthy lifestyle. Many resources are available to help teenagers stay on the right track for long term health and wellness.
Numerous studies have shown that adequate sleep is essential for teens (and all ages). Learn tips and strategies on how to develop great sleep habits.
Poor mental health has become a crisis in our country and teenagers are especially vulnerable. Unhealthy levels of stress, anxiety, and depression are becoming more and more prevalent. Learn more about how to maintain positive mental health.
Teenagers can be a strong force in their communities. They have the drive and initiative to become strong leaders. Teens can learn how to develop their confidence, leadership, and communication skills, all while helping their community.
The teenage brain is especially vulnerable to addiction. Issues surrounding alcohol, opioid, and nicotine misuse are complex; however, education around these topics would help to reduce stigma and increase awareness.
Exercise and fitness have countless benefits for both physical and mental health and well being. Incorporating physical activity into daily life is essential for teens.