Tie & Doll Program
Start: July 16, 2012
End: July 31, 2012
TIE AND DOLL PROGRAM FOR YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN AGES 13-18
Dated: July 8, 2012
MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA— S.H.E. Agency has expanded the All TIEd Up and All DOLLed Up projects to start a new program called The Tie and Doll Program in October 2012. This program will for young men and women between the ages 13-18 in the 8th to 12th grade. Participants will meet one Saturday in a month unless otherwise specified. The first meeting will be in October 2012. The Tie and Doll Program is a 7-9 month process that involves extensive preparation and involvement in three basic components: leadership, community service, and cultural enrichment. This program is sponsored by S.H.E. Agency and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc, Beta Nu Omega Chapter.
The leadership component will consist of speakers presenting on topics such as interview skills, conflict resolution, teamwork, brand building, etiquette, dressing for success, healthy relationships, and modeling & self confidence. The community service component would foster the “Pay It Forward” concept of giving back to others. The participants would be tasked with volunteering for different community groups/organizations to promote the spirit of generosity. The cultural enrichment component would expose the participants to different activities and programs such as American Sign Language, the Alabama Legislative Page Program, performance arts shows, modeling techniques, fishing, and more.
At the end of the program, participants will participate in The All DOLLed Up & The All TIEd Up Talent and Fashion Show. This event is where participants of The Tie and Doll Program would model latest scarf fashion and neck tie/bow tie collections from designers out of Atlanta, Birmingham and Montgomery. Also, participants would be able to showcase their talent. At the end of the event, the young men and women will be rewarded with a scarf or neck tie to take home.
The Tie and Doll Program is a youth empowerment and mentoring program for young men and women ages 13 to 18. The program seeks to build the participants’ self-esteem and empower them to lead courageously, give generously and enrich themselves culturally so that they can make good choices for themselves and be positive influences in their respective communities. Limited slots have been allotted for this program. Registration is on a first come, first serve basis. Pre-registration is required. You may register through mail or register online at www.alltiedupproject.com or www.alldolledupproject.com
For more information contact:
The Tie and Doll Program
C/o Traci A. Smith
P.O. Box 240933
Montgomery, AL 36124
Montgomery, AL 36124
Email: Info@AllTIEdUpProject.com or Info@AllDOLLedUpProject.com