SAVE THE DATE!!!
Marin Teen Girl Conference
April 2, 2016
Be Your Own Superhero!
A Girls-Only Day of Inspiration
An amazing day packed with speakers, empowering workshops, music and entertainment for Marin County girls grades 8th-12th. The Marin Teen Girl Conference connects young women throughout the county in an uplifting, supportive way. You will soar with new friendships and ideas when you attend. Includes: Breakfast, Lunch and a Goodie Bag!
Look at the highlights from LAST YEAR!
Our 2015 speaker was…
Alexis Jones is an all-American, southern belle, Texas tomboy. She has hosted a TV show on the Red Carpet, worked at Fox Sports, ESPN, was a contestant on the hit CBS reality TV show Survivor, and a Coach for the Emmy-winning MTV show MADE. She has spoken to over 250,000 girls in person and millions of girls on-line regarding self-esteem, bullying, leadership, activism, social entrepreneurism and all things GIRL.
For a Donation of $50.00 you can sponsor
a teen girl’s attendance!
If you or your company would like the opportunity to Sponsor a Girl to attend the 2016 Marin Teen Girl Conference, just click on the button below to contribute via PayPal.
If you’d like to send your Sponsor a Girl form by mail, please fill out our
Sponsor a Girl form along with a check made payable to MarinLink/MWC-MTGC
and send to the address below:
Marin Women’s Commission
Attn: Jane Winter, Chair
3501 Civic Center Drive #415
San Rafael, CA 94903
The Mission of the Conference is to create a safe forum for Marin’s teenage girls to explore their place in the world, gain skills to create positive relationships, learn confidence to make good choices and to experience local community support that would help them achieve their goals.
Create a safe, fun informative event for teen girls to learn, share and grow; to provide effective tools to help them be successful as they navigate the teen years; to meet MWC mission/objective as to providing leadership to teen girls.
After conducting research and focus groups, the Marin Women’s Commission created the first Marin Teen Girl Conference in 2011 to address the unmet needs of teen girls in the County. Through the Marin Teen Girl Conference, the MWC provides tools, resources, ideas and support to empower the young women of Marin County. The girls, who range in age from 13 to 18 years, reported that they enjoyed having a safe, collaborative and fun place to explore topics that were important to them. The Conference connects the girls to resources, offers leadership training, and introduces them to thoughts beyond their world.