What Girls Need to Know About Leadership
A workshop for girls in middle school and high school, and their parents
Led by Courtney Portlock, Director of The National Center for Girls' Leadership at Stuart and Head of Upper School
This workshop will identify the foundational skills girls need to define themselves as leaders. Through short activities, video clips, and mini-lessons, every young woman will walk away with a better sense of self and a desire to further explore what it means to be a leader.
Tuesday, January 8, 2019
Stuart Country Day School
1200 Stuart Road, Princeton, NJ
This event is free of charge. Please use the form below to register in advance as space is limited.
Do you have a younger daughter?
Join us on January 8 for a parent education session. Michelle Dowling, Head of Lower School, will discuss new research around why girls don't think they are smart enough, how to combat stereotypes around brilliance, and why it's important to start early.