Sadie Nash Leadership Project's Summer Institute
is a 6-week program for young women housed at Rutgers University!***
Please visit us on our website - http://www.sadienash.org/
SADIE NASH LEADERSHIP PROJECT
Frequently Asked Questions
What do we do?
SNLP is a unique educational leadership program that is made up of young women ages 14-21 in New York City and Newark, NJ. We are currently recruiting for our Summer Leadership Institute for 2011. SNLP gives young women a chance to meet amazing peers and accomplished leaders (like filmmakers, activists, scientists, artists, writers); take fun exciting courses (about things like human rights, creative writing, medicine, sociology, the environment); and to develop unique ways of leading with your peers and with our support. SNLP is about young women, run by young women and for young women.
Why do we do it?
The Sadie Nash Leadership Project is designed to guide young women through a process in which they come to understand the importance of their life experiences, and how these experiences can be applied to taking action and making change. We believe young women have the ability to change the world, now and in the future. The Sadie Nash Leadership Project is their opportunity to take some time and look at their own leadership, their potential leadership, and the leadership of the women around them.
How does it work?
The Sadie Nash Leadership Project requires an initial commitment of six weeks. The summer program lasts for six weeks from July 5th to August 12th, Monday through Friday from 10am until 4pm (on Fridays, we have special events and the hours are different). The summer program will be located in downtown Newark which is accessible by bus and train. There will be required pre-session orientation meetings in early June to prepare you for the summer, and to provide an opportunity to meet the staff and to get to know each other. During the summer you and your peers will take classes, meet women involved in different forms of leadership, take workshops on issues that are important to you, and explore your own and others' leadership. The program is FREE, and in fact you will receive a weekly stipend to attend.
What is the stipend? To help you cover your expenses (food and transportation) during the summer you will receive astipend during the program for everyday you attend. You only receive the stipend when you are at the program because it covers those two direct costs that come with attendance
Sadie Nash Newark:
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Monday, April 29th
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