Starting September 2nd!
Fall sessions of our My Mini Mentor program for adolescent girls
Parents, teachers, and counselors know it and researchers have shown it: Too many girls become dramatically less self-assured on the journey to and through adolescence. Scholars have quantified a 30% decrease in confidence between ages 8 and 14. There is no comparable decline for boys.
The causes of this decline are numerous, with one common denominator: Diminishing confidence. It is an essential tool for turning dreams into reality. So are mentors. Young girls without mentors become young women who are hesitant to seek out mentors in and outside of the work - place —a crucial factor in personal growth and professional advancement. There is a dearth of structured mentoring programs for teens, and a likelihood that too many girls would not reach out for a mentor even if one were offered. We believe our mentors can change the status quo. Our miniature equine mentors are nonjudg - mental listeners, understand more than they can say, respect privacy, model emotionally healthy behavior, share their wisdom, and return kindness with an endless loyalty. In short: the perfect mentor!
"We are four miniature equines who know something about being different and fearless. We’re only 3 feet tall! Join us for a free program where girls can learn from us how to see themselves in strong, new ways because we do this every day of our lives. We know how important it is to:
• Trust & stand up for yourself
• Express your real thoughts
• Set boundaries, take risks
• Become more of a leader
• Block out the noise that gets in your way and focus on YOU
Yes, we can teach all that, and more. We are loaded with Horse Wisdom.“
"We are really good at helping girls because we see your talent and abilities, even when you can’t. And we can help you discover what is waiting to emerge. We know:
• Girls, like us, can have and achieve big dreams.
• Confidence comes from within.
• Life is always changing, and you can take charge of change."
"I never thought that one of my best friends would be a mini donkey."