In this current climate where complacency, inaction, and silence are detrimental to our collective wellbeing, the Board of Directors of the Women on the Move Network organization reaffirms its commitment to diversity and inclusivity, and pledges to strive for justice based on truth in our programs and in our actions. We also recognize that we can and will do more, and take steps towards meaningful, forward-looking, and action-oriented strategies that will address racial unity and racial justice in all our activities and curriculum.
Our mission and work toward gender equality has always been, and will continue to be, within the broader context of equity in all areas of human endeavor. And now, we will intentionally highlight and accentuate the dismantlement of racism and ethnic oppression within all aspects of our curriculum.
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Honoring Our Mentors
Mentors play such an important role in our lives. They help guide us, offer us advice, and support us through our challenges. Today, I want to take a moment to appreciate all the amazing mentors out there who have made a difference in our lives. Whether it's a teacher, a coach, a boss, or a family member, mentors have a unique ability to inspire us and help us grow.
So, to all the mentors out there, thank you for your dedication, your wisdom, and your kindness. You truly make a difference in the world! To all our Who's Your Hero? Mentors an even bigger thank you!
"There is no force equal to that of a determined individual "
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At Women On The Move Network we believe that quality mentoring relationships have a powerful positive effects on young people in a variety of personal, academic, and professional situations. Mentoring connects a young person to personal growth and development, and social and economic opportunity. If you are interested in becoming a mentor and being a part of changing the lives of young girls and women alike, contact us. Become the difference in these girls lives.
Do you see empowering women as an essential part of lifting our communities? We do; and it is at the heart of our Women's Empowerment programs. As a volunteer your role is incredibly diverse and important to these programs. You will works with local girls and young people, helping them to gain an education, learn life skills and improve their confidence. For volunteers who wish to help women in need these programs delivers a great opportunity to do just that.
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We have seen first hand how this program elevates the ladies it touches. It has been a true honor to be a part of this organization.
Claudia Rodriguez & Andrea Morua
Who's Your Hero? (Mentoring Program for Girls)
Provide girls ages 9 to 17 with an on-going series of age-appropriate experiences designed to give them tools, strategies and understandings which will help the girls make good decisions, build confidence, choose healthy activities and relationships, explore new ideas, make friends and have fun in a safe and welcoming environment.
As a result of continuous participation in the WHO'S YOUR HERO? Program, girls will internalize the core values of respect, integrity, nobility of spirit and a belief in the equality of women and men, and will reflect those values and beliefs in their behavior, attitudes, use of language and personal choices through the teen years and on into young adulthood. They will take their place as strong, confident young women who will be contributing members of a peaceful society.
Women Empowerment Workshops
These topic-centered sessions engage interested women in self-discovery and in discussion and solution-seeking on issues and concerns that many women encounter in life.
- Identity Theft
- Domestic Violence
- New Income Tax Laws
- Social Media Marketing
- Gender Equality
- Social Injustice
- Women Helping Women
- Women Who Inspire
- Your Voice Matters
Girl Empowerment Conferences
This is an after school program that lasts 10 weeks during the summer. We have two age groups, 9-11 and 12-14. Send us a message for more information on the after school program.
- Respect themselves and others
- Be helpful and considerate
- Act with integrity
- Make every effort to resolve conflicts peacefully
- Believe in the unlimited potential of women in society
- Value education
- Plan for college or other education beyond high school
- Explore/engage in service to others
- Aim for post-secondary education
- Engage in service projects
Our Participants Will Learn
Friends of the Organization
Author, Actor, Filmmaker & Entrepreneur
Makers: Learn more about Justin and his world view.
TED Talk: Why I'm done trying to be "man enough"
Sarah Angel Musica
Former Attendee of Who's Your Hero? Mentoring Program and Vocalist
YouTube: Sarah Angel Musica Channel
American labor leader and civil rights activist.
YouTube: Dolores The Documentary