2021 Middle School Sessions

The first three weeks are now available for registration.  Please review the sessions under each week.  If you are interested in attending a particular session, click the "Register Here" button next to that session.  Zoom information will be provided to all participants once registered.  If you have any questions, please contact us at registration@aaylccos.org.

January 23, 2021 (Week 1) Personal Growth at 9:00am MST

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Establishing Bite Size Goals that Lead to Success

(BOYS ONLY)

Blake Hammond

My mother always told me that as a minority male (Black), I would have to work 110% harder than others to obtain employment and be successful in my career. This advice has been very valuable. This session is catered to providing students advice on how to set bite-sized goals that will lead to success in the near future and long-term. 

Building a Strong Sisterhood

(GIRLS ONLY)

Regina English

Learn how to honor and support each other as sisters, create a solid sisterhood, gain confidence, practice self-care, support each others successes, find your social impact voice, rise above the noise, stay connected, expand your networks, rise up, be resilient and make a difference all while supporting and empowering each other. Create social change and become influential in a positive way and more. 

January 30, 2021 (Week 2) College Prep/Workforce Readiness at 9:00am MST

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Everything I Thought I Knew Before the Pandemic

Shirley Martinez

Think about the pandemic and how this has changed you and your lives. The effects of the pandemic on the unexpected everything, from school to careers and the dramatic changes. This session will supply insight and conversation about fears, lack of understanding of our new world and the making of our day-to-day understanding of our lives less threatening.

February 6, 2021 (Week 3) Entrepreneurship at 9:00am MST

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Having the Mindset to be an Entrepreneur & Community Advocate

Latrina Ollie

Entrepreneurs recognize opportunities where others see chaos or confusion. We are problem solvers!! Put on your creative thinking hat. We will learn how to take a problem from an idea, to making a plan, then taking action!!

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