PEARLS Mentoring Annual Registration
Meetings and most activities held in the Humble, Spring, North Houston area. Annual registration fee $75.00
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E2STEAM Entrepreneur Institute Registration
Early Start Development
PEARLS Mentoring - A Purse for PEARLS (Community Service)
Twice a year the PEARLS Mentoring Program collects slightly used purses or backpacks that are filled with necessities for homeless females ranging from ages 3-18. We look for volunteers to help us collect and distribute purses to homeless females in the area. This is an excellent project for school groups to support our endeavors in the PEARLS for GIRLS Initiative.
The PEARLS for Girls Initiative also provides outreach support and mentoring to homeless females, seniors, single parents, and struggling college students adding-value to their lives through uplifting encouragement, resources, one-on-one mentoring, gifts of love, and invited activities.
E2STEAM - Entrepreneur Institute
The E2STEAM Program allows students to pick their track of interest from Science, Technology, Engineering, Entrepreneurship, Architecture, and Mathematics. It is from this program one of our more popular activities is the Entrepreneur Institute where students interested in starting their own business comes to life through workshops, mentoring, activites, and more.
Simply put, we are building a resourceful network of community developers/organizers - young businessmen and businesswoman by taking those interested or having an entrepreneurial spirit to go through the process of thinking, preparing, strategically planning, and implementing a business structure of their interest, leading a community intitiative, designing the next green community, or much more through e2STEAM activities.
PEARLS Mentoring - Put Your Dream to the Test Seminar
E2STEAM - Quill & Scroll
This seminar is based on the popular book by John C. Maxwell, Put Your Dream To The Test, 10 questions that will help you see it and seize it. Participants explore Clarity, Reality, Purpose, Passion, People and more during a training seminar held over 2 Saturday's, and during some school breaks.
Next Session (Middle School Students)
An Evening of Purpose and Dreams
Fun filled evening with snacks, activity, and learning on Purpose and Dreams - Putting Your Dreams to the Test
Fri. Dec. 14, 2018; 6pm-9:30pm
PEARLS Mentoring - Aspire to Empower Mindset Group
Aspire to Empower Mindset Group is held monthly for the PEARLS Mentoring Program designed to inspire, reflect, encourage, and motivate females of all ages to push forward through activities, discussions, and speakers. Meetings are held by PEARLS designated groups such as Pearls in Training, and/or Ladies of Pearls.
This mindset group is free for members
PEARLS Mentoring Program Tea Party
The PEARLS Mentoring Program Tea Party is an introduction to the program. Mother's and daughters come out and participate in conversation, food, and games, designed to get the young female comfortable and networking with her peers. The PEARLS Tea Party is held quarterly to engage females in fun and knowledge. Come out and enjoy an afternoon with PEARLS. Sun., December 15th, 2019 @ 3pm; Topic: "Colors"
The ESD Quill and Scroll Program branched off from the E2STEAM (Technology) Program. This activity is designed for the creative, imaginative, inovative mindset who enjoys embracing the arts. The Quill and Scroll Publishers Group and Writing Project is designed to promote and encourage creative thinking through art, poetry, photography, digital works, and short stories that are published, allowing participants work to be displayed through exhibits and/or published and distributed bringing awareness to their talent.
The Quill and Scroll Creative Therapy Through Art Program is conducted by a credentialed art therapist and art assistant helping participants in their teens navigate through everyday situations such as stress, depression, anxiety, relationship issues, self-awareness, emotional conflicts, anger management, and more utilizing artwork, creative processes, and art media.
Early Start Development - Speakers and Facilitators
Early Start Development is always seeking to work with speakers and facilitators who have an interest in empowering others to succeed and reach their dreams or overcome challenges. We accept resumes along with a letter of interest explaining your area of expertise. We seek individuals who are willing to volunteer their time to conduct at least one workshop, seminar, webinar, or teleconference with our membership participants. Resume and letter of interest can be sent to our email with Facilitator or Speaker in the subject line.
Registration open for middle and high school students. More information about the program can be found on the E2STEAM page.
Saturday, October 5, 2019; 3pm
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Registration for the Volunteer Orientation held Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019 (3pm-5pm), and Saturday, February 1, 2020 (3pm-5pm) is open. Must complete application and submit via email. Indicate date you wish to attend in email.
ONYX Mentoring - Real Talk, Real Issues
The ONYX Mentoring monthly meetings deal with Real Talk and Real Issues around, Business, Family, Education, Economics, Entertainment, Race, Life, Health, Employment and much more. Real Talk, Real Issues is a group mentoring session empowering and thought provoking for males in grades 5th-12th. To participate in this invigorating discussion, you must be a member of the ONYX Mentoring Program. Real Talk, Real Issues Lunch Discussion - Sat. Oct. 12; Noon
ONYX Mentoring - Who Am I
We are stronger, and more confident when we know from which we came. This monthly session is simply a genealogical project to allow males in the program to research and explore their history - family and cultural history, along with a historc journey into the lives of powerful men who have paved the way in the fields of architecture, science, business, politics, and more. Included in this process of Who Am I is the Father, Son, Uncle, and Grandpa history tour held yearly, research trips to genealogical libaries, and guest speakers on history, cultural awareness, ethics, diversity, preservation of community landmarks and artifacts. Become a member today! Annual membership fee is $75.
Early Start Development- Partnerships
For all we do, we cannot do it alone. The Village is better equipped when we have partners willing to help in our mission of strengthening our communities through the people who live in them. Lets' identify ways to collaborate and work together in empowering others to succeed through mentoring and coaching by providing strategic services. Email today your interest!