Sadly, the Teen Voices Board of Directors has made the very difficult decision to cease operations of Teen Voices, Inc. effective August 31, 2012, while we pursue partnerships with other organizations who may assume all or some of the programs that Teen Voices provides to girls. We have found that, due to financial and organizational deficits, Teen Voices can no longer exist as an independent entity. The Board of Directors made this decision in the context of the financial circumstances and what would be in the best interest of Teen Voices and the girls that it serves.Full Story»
Best friends and young entrepreneurs Erika Welsh and Keeley Tillotson go together like peanut butter and jelly—and peanut butter and cinnamon, raisins, chocolate, coconut, honey, and pretzels. They are the founders of Wild Squirrel Nut Butter, a company they started when they were 18 and 19, respectively. Wild Squirrel takes nut butter to the next [...]
Have you ever wanted to talk to your parents about money, but didn’t know how? Do you have friends who frequently expect to borrow money and don’t pay you back? Does your boyfriend or girlfriend try to control how you spend your money? Many teen girls face financial problems. If we had more knowledge and knew how to communicate better or how to talk about money, teen girls would be less likely to face a financial crisis. To further your knowledge, Dear D offers expert advice!
As American politics heat up with the Republican National Convention, followed next week by the Democratic National Convention, Breanna Rucker, 17, of Massachusetts eloquently reminds us of the power and potential of women in politics.