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The 4th Annual Youth EmpowHERment Summit
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Date: September 6, 2014
Time: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

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Phillip O. Berry Academy of Technology
1430 Alleghany Street


Email: info@EmpowHERment.com
Site: www.EmpowHERment.com

More than 200 girls in grades 6-12 will be inspired, challenged, and empowered at this annual summit, which features sessions ranging from healthy lifestyles, personal branding, and entrepreneurship to panel discussions, advocacy workshops, and team building activities.

New this year is the "STEMulate" panel and breakout session with emphasis on the importance of developing talents in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. The 2014 theme is #IAMHER.

Admission is free with event registration via Eventbrite.com. Volunteers are asked to register by August 1. 




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