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Live Your Dream Girls’ Conference

November 4, 2017


Eleventh Annual Live Your Dream Girls' Conference
Dutchess Community College
53 Pendell Road, Poughkeepsie, NY

 

2017 Information Brochure with registration form to mail>>

Registration form on which you can type information/print/mail>>

 

Directions

Written Directions>>

MapQuest Directions>>

Campus Map>>

 

 



Take a look at the 2016 Conference

 

November 5, 2016
Successful day for everyone!
Live Your Dream 2016 Report>>

 

Click on the picture above for the Program Booklet from November 5, 2016

2016 Information Brochure>>

Questions:

  Diana Babington (AAUW) 845/546-1667

  Lori Scolaro (DCC & AAUW) 845/797-8366

Pictures 2016 Conference

Pictures by Bonnie Auchincloss and Pat Luczai

Conference starts early on November 5, 2016

                      

Didi Barrett and Dr. Pamela Edington were two of the women leaders at lunch

Workshops and Crafts

Eager participates and Ivy Reeves

Poems and group work

New and old friends

"Lula" was everyone's favorite  and Sharing the day

Lunch with Women Leaders  and  Activism Activities

Women Codebreakers

Enjoying the Day

Closing Celebration

What is the Girls’ Conference? 

The annual event is an inspirational day designed specifically for 6th and 7th grade girls who face the challenges of the middle school years. Conference workshops focus on encouraging and empowering girls to dream about the future and provide them with resources, role models, and a chance to express themselves.

The conference, presented in partnership with Dutchess Community College, is funded by the Poughkeepsie Branch AAUW, Inc. through fundraising and donations from individual members.  The conference is organized and staffed by the women of AAUW and the facilitators donate their time.

2014 Summary and Pictures>>                          

2013 Summary and Pictures>>

2012 Summary and Pictures>>

2010 and 2011 Summary and Pictures >>

 

 

 

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