Coming soon to BRAVE...

Hello there, brave humans!

We have so many cool things coming up in the wonderful world of BRAVE! Keep reading to see what's in store:

I am personally stoked to announce that we are now taking submissions for the Student Speak Out segment of the BRAVE Blog. The gist of this segment was covered in the welcome post, and here's the follow up as promised! 

Requirements: Student of any age who are comfortable submitting original artwork, essays, poems, stories, songs, interpretive dances, etc. for a chance to be featured here! You do not have to be a member of a BRAVE program in order to submit your work. There is no limit on your creativity! Feel free to use this prompt to get your creative juices flowing, but also feel free to create something totally different!

Prompt: What does bravery mean to you? 

To submit, please click here. The deadline for February 2017 submissions is 2/19!

We are so excited to announce the first ever BRAVE Leadership Conference! 

Here are some logistical details:

Date: Sunday March 26, 2017

Time: 9AM - 4PM

Place: University of Connecticut, Storrs Campus

For more information & to snag some tickets for the conference, please click here.

To submit a presentation proposal, please click here.

Follow us on Spotify! As you may know, we are currently on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat (@girlsarebrave). We decided to create a Spotify to share music that inspires us to be brave. Some playlists to look out for include "Feel Good Jams", "Staff Favorites", and "Meaghan's Women's March" playlist! 

That's what's new in BRAVE. We hope to connect with you through some of these awesome new platforms! I'll leave you with Meaghan's quote of the week: 


“Before a dream is realized, the Soul of the World tests everything that was learned along the way. It does this not because it is evil, but so that we can, in addition to realizing our dreams, master the lessons we’ve learned as we’ve moved toward that dream. That’s the point at which most people give up. It’s the point at which, as we say in the language of the desert, one 'dies of thirst just when the palm trees have appeared on the horizon.”

Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist


Peace out y'all,