We encourage teams from schools to come to the conference together, attend workshops, and bring back shared experiences and knowledge to put to use at your school. Save money when four or more people from the same school register together.
A 501(c)(3) organization that supports programs to help urban youth break the cycle of poverty through college readiness and college access.
YWCP is a proud affiliate of the Student Leadership Network, a 501(c)(3) organization that supports programs to help urban youth break the cycle of poverty through college readiness and college access. Today, Student Leadership Network (formerly known as Young Women’s Leadership Network) impacts more than 2,400 students at our five all-girls public schools in New York City and nearly 8,000 at our 15 national Young Women’s Leadership Network affiliates. Moreover, the success of our girls’ schools has inspired dozens of single-sex schools to open nationwide.
The Young Women’s Leadership Schools (TYWLS) are public secondary schools for grades 6–12 that promote high-quality student learning opportunities in and out of the classroom. Our schools provide a single-sex educational choice for students from predominately low-income communities who are often the first generation in their families to attend college. Students are admitted based on their interest in and commitment to obtaining a single-sex college preparatory education. TYWLS are open to girls of all academic abilities.
Student Leadership Network supports two life-changing programs that empower students to break the cycle of poverty through education.
Visit https://www.studentleadershipnetwork.org/ for more information about the The Young Women’s Leadership Schools.