From The School House to

The White House Leadership Academy

From the School House to the White House Leadership Academy serves to transform lives through a nine month experiential leadership program. The young ladies from King Drew Magnet, Crenshaw, Dorsey, Middle College and Washington Preparatory High Schools are prepared for the challenges that lie ahead of them, by empowering them with the educational tools needed for secondary education and guidance needed to address social issues.  The students are also provided with scholarships to attend college and they have an opportunity to travel to Atlanta, GA. Seattle, WA, San Francisco, CA, Sacramento, CA, or Washington, D.C., after completing two years in the leadership academy.

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Empowerment Leadership Conference

Community Engagement

The conference brings together over 200 girls who attend Los Angeles Unified School District.  The core population represents students from low to moderate-income households, with a majority coming from single families and foster homes.  During the conference, there will be an opportunity for the girls to recognize and develop their leadership potential.  They will have an opportunity to develop long-term relationships with other girls from different socio-economic backgrounds, religious faith, community groups, and schools. The workshops will focus on, but not limited to: Financial Literacy, 21st Century Career Opportunities, Steps to Prepare for College, Leadership Skill Assessment, Life skills, and STEAM Careers.  This is an exciting day filled with dynamic speakers and interactive activities.