ChallengeHer Leadership Program for Young Women in Grades 7-12

ChallengeHer is a program that equips young women with the confidence and skills to discover a sense of purpose; develop their abilities; aspire to reach their personal best, and to make positive contributions at home, school, and in the community. Monthly sessions follow a tailored curriculum comprised of

  • interactive presentations
  • engaging discussions
  • team activities
  • impact projects
  • individual mentoring for goal setting

Date: Every 2nd Saturday from September 2016 to May 2017
Time: 2:00-4:30 PM
Venue: Charwick Study Center, 448 El Camino Real, Atherton, CA 94027
Cost: $250 per year; early-bird discount: $50 off for registrations before August 15


UNIT 1 LIVING ESSENTIALS: FOR GIRLS IN 7th - 9th grades

UNIT 1 LIVING ESSENTIALS: FOR GIRLS IN 7th - 9th grades

UNIT 1 Girls identify their temperaments to learn about their strengths. They develop study skills, hone in on their talents and leadership styles, and gain a deeper appreciation for the work of the home and the many professions that serve society. 

Sample curriculum for Year 1 of 3:

  • Identifying and Optimizing Your Character Traits
  • Living Essentials: Culinary 1, Interior Design 1
  • EQ: The Power of Emotions
  • Time Management
  • Happiness, Image and Purpose
  • Freedom and Choice
  • Friendship: Understanding and Being Understood
  • Harnessing the Power of the Digital World

 

UNIT 2: FOR GIRLS IN 10th - 12TH GRADE

UNIT 2: FOR GIRLS IN 10th - 12TH GRADE

UNIT 2 Young women develop a sense of purpose while preparing for college, exploring careers, improving interview skills, and thinking deeply about world issues.

Sample curriculum for Year 1 of 3:

  • The Human Person
  • The College Application and Decision Process
  • Freedom and the Use of Technology
  • Living Essentials: Home Management, Fabrics and Textiles
  • Behind the Scenes in Film, Music and Entertainment
  • Solidarity and Social Responsibility
  • Resilience and Problem-Solving
  • The World of Medicine and Healthcare
  • Career Panel