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Soroptimist Dream It Be It Girls Conference

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Date(s) - 05/22/2021
10:00 am - 2:00 pm

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6th Annual Soroptimist ‘Dream It – Be It’ Girls Career Conference for high school girls to be held May 22, 2021.

Limited ‘Virtual’ Seats available and you must pre-register for this FREE event!

FREE EVENT – Registration deadline is May 20, 2021 or when ‘virtual’ seats are filled. Signed parental consents are mandatory and are available on the website.

Soroptimist International of The Sierras local service club is having their 6th Annual ‘Dream It – Be It’ Career Conference which is scheduled for Saturday, May 22, 2021 virtually from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM online. Limited ‘virtual’ seats are available for 8th to 12th grade high school girls for this FREE conference and registration is online www.DreamItBeItGirls.com or by calling the event chair Michele Shockley 559.658.1803.

There will be fun, exciting goodie bags given to each girl who attends, prizes to win, activities, fun games, dream boards and of course, inspirational speakers who will be sharing their life stories and what paths they took to reach their chosen careers.
Past Videos from the event may be found at https://linktr.ee/SoroptimistofTheSierras.
Exciting news this year as our keynote speaker will be joining us from Vancouver, British Columbia since we will be having a virtual event! Diane Rolston- Business & Leadership Coach, Speaker & Author is a leading authority in being a Dynamic Woman™ and living a Dynamic Life. Combining a mix of coaching and personal development, Diane works with professional women to provide clarity, boost confidence and get them into action. She is a Certified Professional Coach, an International Speaker, Author, Workshop Leader and the CEO & and co-founder of Dynamic Women™ in Action (DWA™) a quickly expanding community of women. Her book Dynamic You is available on Amazon.
Alexandra Kennedy will also be joining us as a speaker and is a graduate student at Stanford University and is going to speak about resilience, overcoming obstacles and turning failures into success.

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