“Beautiful Me” program promotes empowerment, self-esteem
Female students are invited to register for “Beautiful Me,” a self-esteem program designed to educate women by promoting appreciation for their genuine qualities, accurate self awareness and the satisfaction of helping others.
Sponsored by the Hance Family Foundation, the workshop will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 15 in the DiStefano Lecture Hall.
“Beautiful Me” teaches participants to be comfortable with who they are in order to be better sisters, daughters and friends. The curriculum provides instruction and hands-on activities focusing on the wonderful attributes that make each woman special – her strengths, talents, personality and individuality. The development of self-esteem and friendship-building skills are a priority, and diversity is celebrated.
Developed for females of all ages, “Beautiful Me” provides meaningful character education opportunities to further develop students’ tolerance and respect for others, and enhance self-esteem and dignity.
As space is limited, those interested in attending should email Mary Crimmins, acting director of student activities.