Black Girls Design Camp Application 2021

S.O.U.L. Sisters Leadership Collective is looking for passionate and motivated Black girls & non-binary teen youth (ages 13 – 19) from Miami and South Broward to join us for Black Girls Design Camp.

Campers will be working with fashion industry mentors to design a product with a positive social message and film a fashion show wearing the items. Products will be sold widely and proceeds will go toward the work of SOUL Sisters Leadership Collective.

Camp Days & Time:
Workshops: June 21 – July 16, 2021 | Fashion Show: July 31, 2021
Tuesday – Thursday
12 – 5 pm

The deadline to register is Friday, May 28, 2021 at 11:59 PM EST. If there is an overwhelming response, we will select attendees based upon registration responses with the goal of have a diverse and well-rounded group. Up to $450 stipend given to program participants. Free transportation, lunch and snacks will be provided.

In the event that you need any support with your registration, please contact the Social Enterprise Manager Alexis Hyatt, at Alexis@soulsistersleadership.org.

Black Girls Design Camp Application Summer 2021
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What are Gender Pronouns?: Gender Pronouns are words to describe you when your name isn’t being used. They are used to affirm your gender and it is very important to use the correct Gender Pronouns when addressing folks. Not everyone is familiar with all of the different types of Gender Pronouns and mistakes are bound to happen. Practice makes perfect! However, weaponizing Gender Pronouns by purposefully using the incorrect ones to address someone is an act of violence. Examples of How We Use Gender Pronouns: Zee went to the post office, THEY will be back soon. Kiara went to school, SHE will be back soon. Eric went to the store, HE will be back soon.
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