Join us for the 5th Annual
Leading For Change Event
A Day Of Service
at The Agnes Irwin School
Saturday, March 3, 2018
9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
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The Agnes Irwin School’s Council for the Advancement of Girls invites girls from high schools across the region to participate in a day of service. Join us for an engaging morning of learning and giving! We'll hear from female nonprofit leaders about how we can make a difference in the greater Philadelphia region. Listen to panelists share their experience working in service and be a part of the action by participating in our collection drive and hands-on service opportunities.
- WHAT: A morning of learning about how to make a difference in our community. Hear from female nonprofit leaders and then engage in a service activity (more details to come).
- WHO: All high school girls
- WHEN: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Saturday, March 3, 2018
- WHERE: The Agnes Irwin School, Ithan Ave. and Conestoga Road, Rosemont, PA 19010
- COST: FREE to attend. Participants are encouraged to bring an item to donate.
About Our Panelists
- Home of the Sparrow: Home of the Sparrow’s mission is to partner with women facing homelessness to secure housing, achieve long-term stability, and chart new paths for their futures.
- Advocates for the Homeless and Those in Need: AHTN is a Bucks County interfaith nonprofit that serves the homeless and those in need by providing year-long access to emergency shelter, food, and other life-sustaining services, with dignity and compassion
- More to be announced
- 9-9:30 — Check-in, Girls CAN, and Breakfast
- 9:30-9:45 — Opening
- 9:45-10:30 — Panel
- 10:30-11:50 — Service Project
- 11:50-12 — Wrap-Up
About The Council & L4C
About the Council and CAG
The Council for the Advancement of Girls is a student-run and student-created organization at The Agnes Irwin School in Rosemont, PA. The Council is a program of The Center for the Advancement of Girls (CAG), which spearheads educational projects to further leadership, wellness, global awareness and teaching and learning in the 21st century at AIS and beyond. CAG focuses on those four pillars of study through research, partnerships, programs and community outreach.
The first Leading for Change Conference was in 2013, making this our fifth annual event. The goal of the Conference at its very core is to promote changes in women’s leadership through a day of conversation, inspiration, and innovative ideas. While Leading for Change has always been a one of a kind event because it’s by girls, for girls, this year, we are reimagining the day as a way to give back to women’s organizations in our area through drives and service leadership.
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