Leadership

Through the Girls Today Women Tomorrow program, our girls learn about leadership by meeting positive role models in the community, by taking field trips and through one-on-one mentoring.

Latina History Day Conference 2016  “I left the HOPE conference feeling inspired and much more aware of human rights that women are still fighting for.” -Luciela (GTWT Alumni) The Latina History Day conference celebrates the historic and current achievements of Latinas, while embracing the Latina culture. Attendees participate in forums on career advancement, current community issues and financial empowerment. HOPE has been instrumental in securing local, county, state and congressional officials to declare the second Friday in March (during Women’s History Month) as Latina History Day.  Latina History Day consistently garners the support of the Mayor of Los Angeles and the Los Angeles City Council. 

Latina History Day Conference 2016

 “I left the HOPE conference feeling inspired and much more aware of human rights that women are still fighting for.” -Luciela (GTWT Alumni)

The Latina History Day conference celebrates the historic and current achievements of Latinas, while embracing the Latina culture. Attendees participate in forums on career advancement, current community issues and financial empowerment. HOPE has been instrumental in securing local, county, state and congressional officials to declare the second Friday in March (during Women’s History Month) as Latina History Day.  Latina History Day consistently garners the support of the Mayor of Los Angeles and the Los Angeles City Council. 

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“It’s Our Turn: Young Women’s Conference at Brentwood School” is a gathering of teenage girls in search of ways to transcend popular culture’s portrayal of young women. A variety of female leaders, mentors, and performers address issues that most concern girls. The goal is to seek wisdom and guidance from others, empower ourselves, and inspire those around us.