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Friday, May 1, 2020

Celebrated Princeton University Summer Program For Black Teen Girls Now Available Online

The program celebrates 10 years of empowering minority youth to be global leaders

At The Well Conference at Princeton University

Princeton, NJ — Black excellence and effective leadership are essential for a thriving African-American community to survive any world crisis. Jacqueline Glass-Campbell, CEO of At the Well Conferences, Inc. (ATW), celebrates molding the masterminds of tomorrow by introducing At the Well Young Women’s Leadership Academy’s Online Distance Learning Program.

In accordance with the COVID-19 social distancing and stay-at-home guidelines set forth by Phil Murphy, governor of New Jersey, along with organization’s concern for the well-being of students and families, Glass-Campbell cancelled the original program formerly held at Princeton University.

Now, students from across the country have the opportunity to receive this prestigious online education that is easily accessible and affordable. It is a two-week online summer program held July 19-24, 2020 and July 27-31, 2020, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The program is currently offering a discounted rate of $599.00 to the first 50 applicants. Applications are currently available on the ATW website at AtTheWellConferences.org. There is no application fee.

Minority girls who are entering their eleventh and twelfth grade years in high school will participate in classes with core curriculum specifically created to develop Black female corporate leaders. They learn critical thinking, college essay writing, as well as, attain higher confidence in standardized testing, and increase academic achievement.

ATW partners with many celebrities, high-profiled figures, educators and activists who share life challenges and personal testimonies. Recent speakers have included actress Nicole Ari Parker, scholar Julianne Malveaux, motivational speaker Brandi Harvey, 2016 Democratic National Convention Chief Leah Daughtry, physician Michele Reed, and plus-size super model Liris Crosse.

Workshop facilitators include role models from the medical, legal, financial, and non-profit fields. Financial guru and The Real daytime talk show’s Tiffany “the Budgetnista” Aliche, Lisa Ascolese, founder of A-to-Z and featured inventor on QVC and HSN, and young, rising actress Eden Duncan Smith are past participants. Topics range from financial literacy, body image and entrepreneurship, to health and wellness, and building self-esteem.

Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the board of At the Well Conferences, Inc. has made the difficult decision to cancel the At the Well 8th and 9th Grade Weekend Intensive at Princeton University. The weekend program is now available as part of the Online Distance Learning Program, and will be held July 31 – August 2, 2020. The first 50 applicants will receive a discounted rate of $199.00.

For more information about At the Well Young Women’s Leadership Academy’s Online Distance Program and the 8th & 9th Grade Online Distance Learning Program, visit AtTheWellConferences.org

For questions, please email info@atthewellconferences.org or call 646-592-1488.

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