BE YOUNIQUE SELF-ESTEEM MOTHER & DAUGHTER WORKSHOP
March 1 & 15 from 10:00am-1:00pm
10935 Ben Crenshaw #207
Girls and moms are invited to join us for a series of creative expression workshops aimed at encouraging confidence building and bonding. Mom and daughter teams are invited to join us for a workshop series with hands-on activities on self-esteem, body image, bullying, wellness & inner beauty. This workshop provides a safe space where girls can express themselves and boost their confidence. Upcoming Workshops: April 5 & 26. Each workshop is $5 per person. Discounts available for signing up for multiple workshops. To register, call 915.219.8554, email email@example.com or register online at: http://laslatinitas.com/programs/registration
WONDER WOMEN! INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY
March 8 from 10:30am-2:30pm
Main Public Library (1400 N. Oregon)
Girls and moms are invited to celebrate International Women’s Day for activities promoting girl power, confidence and self-expression. The event features a film screening of “Wonder Women,” a film about strong women leaders, as well as hands-on art, poetry and musical activities. The FREE workshop is presented by the American Association of University Women and Latinitas. For more information, call 915.219.8554, email firstname.lastname@example.org or http://laslatinitas.com/programs/registration
SPRING BREAK CAMP (MARCH 10-14)
March 10-14 from 9am-5pm
10935 Ben Crenshaw #2o7
This Spring Break Camp, girls in grades 4-8th are invited to find their creative expression outlet by producing original media arts projects in the Latinitas Multimedia Arts Spring Break Camp. In this week-long day camp program, girls will explore multimedia arts such as photography, writing, art, design, radio production and film-making. The camp features hands-on workshops led by local multimedia makers. Campers will create daily creative expression projects such as art, poetry, photo essays and short films. To register, visit: http://laslatinitas.com/ programs/registration
TEEN MAGAZINE MINI-INTERNSHIP (MARCH 10-14)
March 10-14 from 1pm-5pm
10935 Ben Crenshaw #2o7
During Spring Break, teen girls have the opportunity to become a teen magazine editor for a week. Through this mini-internship, teens gain hands-on experience by working on pieces that will be published in Latinitasmagazine.org. They will work together to create a high school survival guide, blog, and voice their opinion on critical topics affecting Latina teens today. Teen interns meet with media professionals and college mentors to form the foundation of an advice column and a high school survival guide.
GO LEAD MEETING – TEEN VOLUNTEERS WANTED
March 15 from 10am-12pm
2000 Texas Avenue
Would you like to grow as a leader, earn service hours and mentor younger girls? High school girls interested in our leadership program are invited to learn how they can become a strong voice for their community. Our teen leaders learn about civic engagement, develop leadership techniques, explore social justice topics, connect with community leaders, attend field trips and organize volunteer projects. Latinitas is currently recruiting high school female volunteers to serve as mentors in our weekly girl empowerment clubs, Saturday workshops and special events. You can serve as a positive role model to encourage, motive and educate middle school girls. To volunteer, contact email@example.com.
CINEMA CHICAS – VIDEO PRODUCTION WORKSHOP
March 22 from 10am-2pm
EPCC Valle Verde Campus
Local girls ages 11-17 are invited to discover how they can change the world through multimedia arts & technology. Girls are invited to get an insider sneak peek with PBS and Latinitas to make their own video production. Girls will get ready for an audio-visual adventure as they go behind the scenes to see what it takes to produce their own short film. Participants will learn skills such as writing a script, acting, filming and video editing to implement their campaign and much more. Girls will engage in short film making activities to get their media message out to the world. Aside from these fun activities, professional women in various media industries will be presenting a career panel to empower these young girls. Join us for a day of creating media and empowering the local girls. Girls should bring $5 for lunch. For more information, call 915.219.8554, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://laslatinitas.com/programs/registration
YOUTH WRITERS WANTED – Weekly Writer Orientations Held on Wednesdays from 4-6:30pm
Teen girls who want to get published and develop their writing and multimedia skills are invited to become youth writers for Latinitas magazine. Latinitas serves as a forum of self-expression among female youth. Youth writers will contribute content to the LatinitasMagazine.org, the first digital magazine for U.S. Latina youth written by Latina youth, and will enhance the Latina voice by writing about issues they’re passionate about. For more information, please e-mail: email@example.com Apply Now: http://laslatinitas.com/programs/youth-editors
CLUB LATINITAS: START A CLUB AT YOUR SCHOOL
Latinitas collaborates to offer weekly after-school programs focusing on promoting confidence among local girls through hands-on creative expression lessons at local libraries, community centers, schools and housing communities. To start a club at your school, contact us at 915.219.8554 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Latinitas is a non-profit organization dedicated to the empowerment and advancement of Latina youth through media, art, culture and technology. This grassroots coalition of women leaders provides media enrichment programs focused on helping Hispanic girls build confidence through creative expression. Girls in our programs publish LatinitasMagazine.org, the first digital magazine by and for Latina youth. Our youth-produced on-line magazine is focused on informing, entertaining and inspiring young Latinas to succeed. We encourage local girls to express themselves and foster a positive self-esteem through multimedia enrichment lessons on writing, arts & crafts, photography, filmmaking and radio production. By hosting educational media outreach workshops, internships, camps, conferences, retreats and after-school programs, we connect girls with positive mentors who encourage them to build their self-esteem, confidence, cultural pride, body image, leadership skills, academic skills, efficacy and resiliency to at-risk behavior.
phone: (915) 219.8554
10935 Ben Crenshaw #207
El Paso, TX 79935