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2 Santa Ana teens run ‘anxiety camp’ to help other girls dealing with common mental health issue
SANTA ANA As Dinah Martinez walked to a girls mentorship program brainstorming ideas for a summer camp project late last year, her NOVA Academy schoolmate Janet Martinez brought up an issue that hit close to home.
“She started talking about her anxiety, and that’s how I told her that I was struggling with the same things that she was going through,” Dinah Martinez, 17, recounted. “So we both decided to do a mental health camp to help other people.”
The unrelated girls, Santa Ana residents who on June 13 graduated from high school, brought their camp idea to Global G.L.O.W. (Girls Leading Our World). The Santa Ana-based nonprofit awarded them a $5,000 grant to put on the camp for other teenage girls.
Young PEARLS scholars from Manila learn and have fun in NY, SF
SAN FRANCISCO — Three young PEARLS scholars from the Philippines had the chance to visit New York and California last March to share lessons in community organizing, meet new international friends and have fun.
Project PEARLS is a 501c3 non-profit organization based in California that helps poor children in the Philippines to have a better life through education, empowerment, nutrition and health care.
Leamington college lecturer to attend global summit for charity she co-founded
A WARWICKSHIRE College lecturer has been invited to the United Nations in New York after a film created by teenagers from her charity in Peru won a global competition.
Juany Murphy – who is originally from Peru and now a lecturer in Spanish in Leamington – will attend the Global HerStory Summit as a representative of the charity Otra Cosa which she co-founded in Peru ten years ago.
Joining her will be Peruvian teenagers Ruth and Irene and their teacher Carmen Diaz as well as the charity’s operations manager Jenny Kehoe.
‘HerStory’ Aims to Help Girls Find Themselves
The sun beats down with ferocity on Doris Dillon School in rural Kampot. It’s closing in on lunchtime, an hour when most school students grow restless and ready to bolt from their desks. But the girls in the “HerStory” classroom are absorbed, adding final details to paintings that use symbolic shapes and colors to convey a “landscape” of their current circumstances. They are bent over their work with great intensity and ownership, overseen by local mentors who stop to chat with or encourage them. This is not a room full of your average shy or resigned girls, learning by rote, though. It’s a powerful room full of the future.
After-School Girls’ Program at Michelle Obama Library to Foster Development, Confidence
Global Girls Leading Our World (Global G.L.O.W.), a nonprofit focused on the empowerment of girls through mentoring, transformational literacy and art, will commence an after-school program for girls and young women grades five through 12 at the Michelle Obama Neighborhood Library.
Beginning Thursday, January 19, the program will be held on Thursdays from 3:00PM to 6:30PM.
Nonprofit Hosts Free After-School Mentoring Program For Girls At Michelle Obama Library
Global Girls Leading Our World (Global G.L.O.W.), a nonprofit dedicated to empowering young girls through mentoring and transformational literacy and art, will begin an after school program for girls, grades 5 through 12 at the Michelle Obama Neighborhood Library, located at 5870 Atlantic Ave. in Long Beach. The program will be held on Thursdays from 3pm to 6:30pm and will begin Thursday, January 19, 2017.
Celebrating Laguna’s Locals
Local Luminaries: Laguna Beach Magazine presents its annual list of creators, champions and change-makers who have made a significant impact – near and far – this year.
You Glow Girl!
There’s an aura of excitement that surrounds Global G.L.O.W. Executive Director and founder Kylie Schuyler. But that can be attributed to her passion for her cause: since 2011, the Santa Ana-based nonprofit has worked to build leadership in girls in grades five through 12 through literacy, creativity and positive mentorships.
One Laguna woman’s art- and literacy-based Global GLOW program helps girls in Santa Ana and around the world.
With each stroke of the pen or paintbrush, girls at the Global GLOW after-school program discover pieces of themselves, expressing emotions and personality through poetry, drawing, painting, taking photos or making collages. These projects provide a creative outlet for teen and pre-teen girls, giving shape to their hopes and dreams and helping them cope with difficult experiences like bullying, all under the guidance of college-aged female mentors. Then by sharing their work, the girls gain confidence and, over time, develop a more defined sense of self.
How a froyo shop in France is helping girls overcome the odds in Santa Ana, Africa and Asia
The GLOW House seems the perfect name for the headquarters of the nonprofit enterprise operating on a busy corner at the edge of downtown Santa Ana.
Start with the way it looks on the outside: a gleaming white two-story building with a brick facade and gray trim.
Group helps girls find their voices: ‘One day I will conquer my fears’
From 2002 to 2009, Kylie Schuyler of Laguna Beach was helping to set up schools in Cambodia. As the schools opened, she noticed that the classrooms would fill up but with male students only.
Locals told her that girls were kept home to work.
Local Philanthropist on Fire for Girl Power
In the flurry of activities that rush the start of the New Year, an event at Seven Degrees this Saturday, Jan. 9, offers an opportunity to take a more thoughtful approach to making New Years resolutions.
El Sol Neighbor Goes Global for Local Girls
Kylie Schuyler knew this particular group of girls was different. There was something in their eyes – a spark of confidence that set them apart as the traveled through rural areas with World Assistance for Cambodia.