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In celebration of the "National Day of the Girl," we're reflecting on just a few of the ways we promote education and empowerment.
SILC works to build relationships with community organizations -- like Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts, Big Sister Association of Greater Boston and Girls LEAP -- that focus on the development of women and girls from all cultural and economic backgrounds. The Institute recently held Science Club for Girls (SCFG) volunteer training, which brought together over 70 mentors, including Simmons students and volunteers who engaged in hand-on science activities for K-12th grade girls.
President Helen Drinan regularly takes a stand on important issues related to women and girls in her Huffington Post blogs. President Drinan writes on topics like the incredible Mo'ne Davis, hope for women and girls in a world of violence and advice to her granddaughter.
We are constantly creating new initiatives to support women and girls worldwide -- and to advance opportunities for women in our local community, too.
What are some of the ways you like to get involved? Let us know on social media!
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Feb 03, 2017
Amanda Leone '17 Travels for Alternative Spring Break
Amanda and a team of Simmons students traveled to Georgia with Habitat for Humanity!
Lisa Nault '17: Community Service Enhances Lives
We chatted with Lisa about America Learns!
Volunteers Learn to Mentor Young Girls at SCFG Training
Community Engagement hosted another successful training at Simmons
Alyssa Wadlin '17 Empowers Women and Girls
Alyssa volunteers with Strong Women, Strong Girls!
Making a Difference with Michelle Geoffroy '11
Michelle works at the Food Bank of Western Massachusetts.
6 Ways to Get Involved
Learn more about organizations that make a difference in our community.
ASPIRE Roundtable Inspires Community Building
Asian American women encouraged leadership within their community
Mentors Learn to Share Enthusiasm for Science with Young Girls
Volunteers gathered at Simmons for another Science Club for Girls training to learn best practices for mentoring
NBWS Summit Positions Emerging Women of Color for Success and Leadership
Jamilah Lemieux, Ayanna Pressley, and more spoke about supporting the growth of young women of color
Daly Field Opens
With the ribbon officially cut — Daly Field is now open!