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Kimberly Webb – Guest Contributor
Apr 7 @ 09:27
Teen Girls Empowerment Summer Camp 2017

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Kimberly Webb
2770 Main St.
Frisco, Texas 75033

              

Are you looking for something enriching and motivating for your girls to do this summer besides play video games, watch TV and talk on the phone? Send them to Precious Priceless Powerful Teen Girls Camp.  

Teen Girls Program

 

Empowering the Girls of Today

Preparing the Women of Tomorrow

 

 

 

Dates & Times:  

 

June Camp -  June 19th - 22nd  

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/precious-priceless-powerful-teen-girls-summer-camp-june-19th-june-22nd-registration-32747084411?aff=es2 

 

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July Camp -  July 10th - 13th  

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/precious-priceless-powerful-teen-girls-summer-camp-july-10th-july-13th-registration-33136882307?aff=es2

 

Register by May 15th and receive $25 off!

 

 

Cost:

$195 per student 

 

Register @  www.kimberlytwebb.com 

 

Location:

Yeager Office Suites (Frisco)

2770 Main Street, Conference Room 1, Frisco, TX. 75034

 

Program Benefits – Teens will work to:

Increase Self-Confidence & Self-Esteem

Navigate and Analyze Good vs. Bad Friendships/Relationships  

Develop a Self Image Validation Mindset

Understand Different Communication Styles 

Learn Strategies for Decision-Making  

 

Bio: Kimberly Thacker Webb, a native of Dallas, Texas is a graduate of Howard University and Texas Wesleyan School of Law. In addition to developing a successful corporate career, Kimberly has become an accomplished author and a powerful speaker who leaves an indelible mark on all those who come in contact with her. She is also a certified life coach who helps individuals with their personal and career goals. Kimberly has created a program for girls ages 13-17 years entitled, “Precious, Priceless, Powerful.” This program helps to foster increased self-esteem, self-awareness and self-identity in today’s youth. These intense sessions are both enlightening and fun, and will cause teens to think about their decisions and the impact those decisions can have on the rest of their lives as well as the lives of others.