Summer Seal, program director for Girls’ Empowerment Mission (GEM), always knew she wanted to help kids. Getting there was quite the journey, but every step has helped make her the stalwart leader GEM girls have come to know and love.
“It’s true I left college after my freshman
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Every teenage girl has personal struggles. Though many don’t always disclose those struggles, Girls’ Empowerment Mission (GEM) helps its GEM girls understand they’re not alone.
“I went through a period when I was having horrible thoughts,” says Sharde’, a senior at Chesapeake High School. “It’s quite hard to
Shari Cain, M.A., CMHC, LGPC, NCC has always been ambitious. Sporting a 4.0 in high school, she was also a member of several student organizations and always up for challenges and new experiences. When her English teacher nominated her for the inaugural group of Girls’ Empowerment Mission
Girls’ Empowerment Mission (GEM) had only been around for a year when Erin Fitzpatrick began mentoring a GEM girl. She was nervous, but that’s to be expected. “Anything new is a little bit daunting,” she says. “I wondered if we were going to get along, if she’d like
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What does it take to keep a girl in high school from being sidelined by financial challenges, language barriers or distractions? Debbi Weinberg, founder of Girls’ Empowerment Mission (GEM), talks with Sheilah Kast from On the Record about the importance of mentors and how they
Sloane Brown of The Baltimore Sun joined us for BeDazzle 2017 at Woodholme Country Club. In her June 11 “Scene & Heard” column, she featured GEM alumna Gloria Rivera (Class of 2005) and captured her fabulous style. Enjoy the coverage of our fantastic event by reading more about
Click here to read an insightful article in the New York times about first gens going to college.