[Charleston, South Carolina] The No Boys Allowed Movement will host its 2018 All-Star Workshop on Saturday, February 3 at the College of Charleston-North Campus. Middle and high school girls, of the tri-county, are invited for a day of “fun, girl power, and the planning and preparation of their future”.
“This invite is also extended to parents and guardians. We would like them to become more familiar with the NBA mentorships program and our college tour in the spring”, said Kara P. Simmons, Co-Founder.
Thirty girls will travel to Historically Black College & Universities (HBCU) in D.C, Virginia, and Maryland during spring break. Scheduled April 1-5, 2018, The NBA College Tour, is the organizations leading program. In their first year, 19 middle and high school girls from the tri-county, traveled to HBCU campuses in Georgia, Florida, and South Carolina.
Simmons and her colleagues are also excited to have the NBA College Tour Class of 2017 join them at the workshop. The inaugural theme is “creating a game plan for their academic and personal success”, and will feature:
Parent & Student Workshops
An All-star Luncheon
Door Prizes & Giveaways
Confirmed guest speakers include:
Caprica K. Wigfall, Spelma Alumna and Gates Millennium Scholarship recipient
Angel N. Parson, Assistant Director of Student Life at the College of Charleston
Dr. Angela R.W. Goodloe, Assistant Professor of Norfolk State University
Founders of The No Boys Allowed Movement
Students and parents may register at Eventbrite.com. There is a $5 registration fee for middle and Middle & Highschool girls (ages 10-18); and free for parents with a registered student. For more information about the workshop or to be a sponsor, email: email@example.com.
Who: The No Boys Allowed Movement
What: 2018 All-Star Workshop
Where: College of Charleston-North Campus
3800 Paramount Drive
North Charleston, South Carolina 29405
When: Saturday, February 3, 2018
10:00 a.m.-1 p.m.
Registration: 2018 AllStar Workshop
About the No Boys Allowed Movement
No Boys Allowed is a movement to prepare high school girls (ages 14-18) for a bright, yet exciting future. Founded by four natives of Charleston (SC), their mission is to promote higher education, self-awareness, and empowerment while exploring Historically Black Colleges & Uni