Path to Empowerment: Empowering High School Girls forum

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Health & Wellness, Online

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Allowed Grades: 9th Grade to 12th Grade

Program Description

Event Details

The Path to Empowerment: Empowering High School Girls forum is brought to you by SHS student Sonya Chen in partnership with the Greenburgh and Scarsdale Public Libraries.

This series was designed to equip girls to feel more empowered, self-confident, and better prepared to handle the day-to-day challenges they encounter. Participation is open to high school girls in grades 9-12.

Consisting of six program sessions co-hosted alternately by Greenburgh Public Library and Scarsdale Public Library from January to June 2023, the programs will take place on the second Tuesday of the month at 7 PM in hybrid format.

To register for this session, scroll down to the bottom of this page, complete the required fields, and click “Register.” Registration is encouraged as space is limited, and registered attendees will be accommodated ahead of walk-ins.

If you wish to join via Zoom from home, registration is required so we can email you the Zoom link.


The remaining sessions in the series will focus on the following topics:


Session 5: 

Time & Location: Tuesday, May 9, 7-8 PM at Greenburgh Library (or Zoom from Scarsdale Library or remotely)

Theme: Creating empowered self-portraits using colored pencils and sketch paper (will be provided)

Facilitator: Elizabeth Panting, Art Instructor

Line drawing of female bust in profile with long hair tied back and a strand of large flowers draped over the eyes, ear, and shoulder of the figure


Session 6: 

Time & Location: Tuesday, June 13, 7-8 PM at Scarsdale Library (or Zoom remotely)

Theme: Receiving and discussing empowered images created by the Scarsdale High School student who created the series and reflecting on the lessons from the overall forum

Facilitator: Sonya Chen, Scarsdale High School