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May
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End of Year Celebration- Zubkoff
May 21 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Our 2019 Year End Celebrations will honor our children transitioning to kindergarten. Children will sing and recite poems along with showcasing what they have learned throughout the year.

May
22
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End of Year Celebration- Zubkoff
May 22 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Our 2019 Year End Celebrations will honor our children transitioning to kindergarten. Children will sing and recite poems along with showcasing what they have learned throughout the year.

May
23
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Year End Celebration-Gerry Sweet
May 23 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am

Our 2019 Year End Celebrations will honor our Head Start 1 children transitioning to kindergarten. Children will sing, recite poems and perform yoga positions they have learned throughout the year.

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End of Year Celebration- Zubkoff
May 23 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Our 2019 Year End Celebrations will honor our children transitioning to kindergarten. Children will sing and recite poems along with showcasing what they have learned throughout the year.

May
24
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Year End Celebration- Gerry Sweet
May 24 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am

Our 2019 Year End Celebrations will honor our Head Start 2 children transitioning to kindergarten. Children will sing, recite poems and perform yoga positions they have learned throughout the year.

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End of Year Celebration- Zubkoff
May 24 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Our 2019 Year End Celebrations will honor our children transitioning to kindergarten. Children will sing and recite poems along with showcasing what they have learned throughout the year.

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VPK Celebration- Intergenerational Center
May 24 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Our 2019 Year End Celebrations will honor our children transitioning to kindergarten. Children will sing and recite poems along with showcasing what they have learned throughout the year.

May
30
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Empowering Resilient Women, The Power of WE: WE ACT
May 30 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The CLEO Institute created ‘Empowering Resilient Women, The Power of WE’ – a program for women and adolescent girls to connect the dots between climate change, health risks, economy, emergency preparedness, and civic engagement.

Women, who in most cases are first responders in crises or decision-makers at home, are more likely than men to be affected by the changing climate. Studies show that women and girls are 14 times more likely than men to die during a disaster and extreme weather events. These gender differences are directly linked to women’s economic and social rights.?? However, women and girls are pivotal in addressing this issue successfully. As breadwinners, caregivers, and community builders we can be great agents of change.  The opportunity lies in empowering women and girls to be more resilient and provide tools and resources to strengthen their leadership in their communities.

Each session is a 2-hour workshop that includes subject matter experts and guest speakers to facilitate meaningful discussions and interaction.

WE Act: Civic engagement workshop. Learn how the government works at city, state and federal level. Know your rights and civic duties.

Jun
13
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Empower HER: Preferred Pronouns with Pridelines
Jun 13 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Thanks to a generous grant from Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross and the Dolphins players, YWCA of Greater Miami-Dade, Inc. is a 2018-2019 grantee of the Football Unites program. With this funding, the rebranded Empower HER series will engage women and girls to be social advocates and commit their time, talent and treasure to achieving social justice in Miami. The series will empower women through community building, self-care, and empowerment by teaching them how to shift unjust systems. Empower HER will focus on the policies, systems, and institutions in the Miami region and beyond. The goal of the series is to make sure all systems work for everyone they serve, women and men.

In collaboration with Pridelines, join us for a youth-led discussion about why we should recognize that everyone has pronouns—not just trans people—and that asking pronouns is very important, both so someone is not misgendered and so that trans people are not the only ones who will feel the need to share their pronouns.

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Empowering Resilient Women, The Power of WE: WE LEAD
Jun 13 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The CLEO Institute created ‘Empowering Resilient Women, The Power of WE’ – a program for women and adolescent girls to connect the dots between climate change, health risks, economy, emergency preparedness, and civic engagement.

Women, who in most cases are first responders in crises or decision-makers at home, are more likely than men to be affected by the changing climate. Studies show that women and girls are 14 times more likely than men to die during a disaster and extreme weather events. These gender differences are directly linked to women’s economic and social rights.?? However, women and girls are pivotal in addressing this issue successfully. As breadwinners, caregivers, and community builders we can be great agents of change.  The opportunity lies in empowering women and girls to be more resilient and provide tools and resources to strengthen their leadership in their communities.

Each session is a 2-hour workshop that includes subject matter experts and guest speakers to facilitate meaningful discussions and interaction.

WE Lead: Leadership skills and mentorship workshop to empower the next generation of leaders. Expose participants to climate jobs and industries such as environmental conservation, STEM, policy, art, and nonprofit work.

Complete the series and receive a free hurricane kit and other giveaways!