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Girl With Promise
Grades 8 - 12

Girl with Promise targets high-achieving female students. This phenomenal program will introduce girls in grades 8 – 12 to the habits, practices, skills, and mentality common to extraordinary leaders. The signature program has a focus on developing leadership skills with the guiding principle that EXPOSURE EXPANDS EXPECTATIONS!

Session Topics:

  • Health & Wellness

  • Financial Literacy

  • Career Exploration

  • Civic Engagements

  • Goal Setting 

  • Effective Communication

  • Girl Talk

  • Positive Affirmations

  • Public Speaking

The Tools They Need

No parent wants to learn that their daughter is going to be a teen mom or high school dropout. The Girl with Promise Program will help young ladies learn how to say no to pressures and obstacles that limit their potential. The research-based curriculum is designed to prepare girls for college, careers, and a life of bold success. Through direct instruction, role-playing, current event discussions, exercises, field trips, and guest speakers, teens will learn how leaders achieve great things and how they can become more powerful leaders in clubs, teams, organizations, and society.


Virtual Sessions:

Workshop sessions will be led by Regina “Sunshine” Robinson, Empowerment Coach, Talk Show Host, and Speaker. Regina is also the author of two books and a contributor to “Chicken Soup for the Soul: Curvy & Confident.” In 2020, her Awesome Girl organization was recognized on the floor of the Georgia House of Representatives for its work in the community and impact on the lives of Georgia girls.

  • Virtual Workshop Sessions: Begins August 21, 2022 

  • Time: Sundays 4:00 – 5:30 pm


How to Get Started

  • ​Parent/Guardian must complete an online application.

  • Pay a non-refundable registration fee of $30

  • Kick-off Event for Registered Students and Parents: August 21, 2022

“It has helped me a lot, and I am learning to engage with others and even to talk more. It has helped me to find the strength to build my self-esteem, and I am still working on building my confidence, and DDP is helping me do that.” 
- Lexi, Former DDP Student
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