Camden, NJ Women of the Dream (WOD) has been awarded a major grant from PNC Bank Foundation to provide college, career development and workforce readiness to high school girls in Camden, NJ. The goal of the year-long program is to prepare girls for college and compete for a wide spectrum …
Women of the Dream girls attend STEM conference for girls at Rowan University sponsored by partner organization National Coalition of 100 Black Women
CNN’s Symone Sanders was keynote speaker at Simmons University’s Black Symposium in Boston. Eight Women of the Dream Girls traveled with Leslie Morris, Founder and CEO, and Katrina Squire, teacher, to the event in Boston.
Women of the Dream mentor program continues to grow by leaps and bounds. Currently WOD has partnerships with five schools in Camden, NJ in which mentors provide school-based mentoring services to girls covering such topics as conflict resolution, navigating family relationships, breaking the cycle of poverty, financial literacy, teen pregnancy, and other socially and culturally relevant topics. These beautiful young ladies are our 8th grade mentees at R.T. Cream Family School in Camden. Our mentors are Sgt. 1st Class Latrice Rainer, and Dr. Karen Correa.
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