AIKEN, S.C. – My Sister’s Keeper Ministry of Restoration, a 501c3 nonprofit organization devoted to empowering, encouraging and embracing young women in the areas of leadership, social decorum skills, style, and grace are accepting applications for the CSRA Ambassador Leadership program. The CSRA Ambassador Leadership Program is free and open to girls ages 5-10 and resides in the Aiken, Barnwell, Edgefield, and Allendale counties.
The CSRA Ambassador Leadership program is limited to 20 girls and the deadline to pre-register is November 15, 2013. The program will be held in Aiken, SC from 11-3 pm on November 23, 2013. Pre-registration is required. To pre-register, contact Tiffany Jones at 803-842-8944 or via email to email@example.com
Participants in the MSK Ambassador Leadership Program will learn skills that will empower them to be self-confident, develop their public speaking skills, and social decorum skills. Upon successful completion of the 1-day workshop, each girl will be crowned as an Ambassador and participate in the CSRA Regional Pageant.
Tiffany Jones, the CSRA Regional Director for the organization is no stranger to community programs for girls. For the past 3 years she has worked with the Dynamic Diamondz Dance & Drill team, and she sees the CSRA Ambassador Leadership Program as a great opportunity to give young ladies in the community an opportunity to develop social skills in a fun, exciting and glamorous way. Jones states, “All girls like to have fun, and what better way to have fun and learn at the same time than to participate in the CSRA Ambassador Leadership Program. The skills that we teach them can be applied to every area of their lives and empower them to be their best self. Girls are never too young to learn lifelong skills that will encourage them to pursue their goals and dreams. I look forward to sharing the details of the program with future Ambassadors and their parents.”
A grassroots community based organization, founded in 1998, My Sister’s Keeper Ministry of Restoration provided services in the area career development, personal development, GED preparation, food pantry, clothing closest and tutoring in Hampton and Allendale counties. In 2009, the Organization began using the concepts of pageantry to reach girls across the State and with the launch of the Miss North America Heritage program; they will be able to empower young women throughout the nation. Both programs offer scholarships and workshops to their participants.