Help Couture Cares turn prom dreams into reality for inner city high school girls in the Mid-South at the third annual Her Prom Closet Drive. Donate your new or gently used formal wear, shoes, jewelry and accessories at any of the following convenient locations:

-Dr. Derrick Payne, DDS: 4466 Elvis Presley, Suite 246

-B Extended: 4202 HACKS Cross, Suite 117

-Jolie Hair Studio: 3060 Forest Hill

-Major Pieces Boutique: 5681 Mt. Moriah Suite 107

-Nail and Skin Bar: 247 S Cooper St.

-Studio 137: 5111 Millbranch Rd.

-Essential Hair Salon: 6301 Winchester Rd.

-State Farm Insurance (c/o Misty Rosser White): 3872 Elvis Presley Blvd.

Questions? Contact Ms. Davina Jones (901)301-7296 orinfo@couturecares.com

 

Sarah Glaser, Community and Outreach Specialist

Office of Community and Outreach

108 South Hollywood | Memphis, TN | (901)416-0662

“Stand Beside Her” Week to Support Women and Girls

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2015

NATIONAL STAND BESIDE HER WEEK EVENTS – SUPPORT WOMEN AND GIRLS

Memphis, TN – Girl Scouts Heart of the South invites the public to join us to celebrate National Stand Beside Her Week during October 25–31, 2015. National Stand Beside Her Week is a nationwide initiative designed to inspire women to support, encourage and mentor other women in their careers and their lives.

Why do we need National Stand Beside Her Week? Because despite decades of progress, women are still under-represented in leadership roles in our nation’s government, business and industry.  Girl Scouts Heart of the South is encouraging women and businesses to take one or more of the following positive actions next week:

  • Enter the nationwide I Stand Video Contest:

Show us how you Stand Beside Her in the I Stand Video Contest and you could win an amazing getaway for four to Universal Studios Orlando! Contest page, submission and official rules are available online at http://cp.mcafee.com/d/5fHCN8SyMM-VsQsFKe6Pqaaab3WrXz9J5555xZdN54SrdCRvlm9OFe74qCjrdJs5rFCzBAld7dSr-xtMl7f9I2H5A4hntZ4l7ceKeKS79L8WrdCPpI04hB4-BGJPEjFM07a42oGpAxZjpIQsFI6PtPqpJUTsTsSyrh.

Join the national conversation on Twitter on Wednesday, October 28 at 8 p.m. Central Daylight Time. We will discuss ways to created more collaboration between women. Use the #StandBesideHer hashtag to participate in the conversation.

As the premiere girls’ leadership organization in the Mid-South, Girl Scouts Heart of the South created National Stand Beside Her Week to combat these negative attitudes among women and girls.  Only by changing the attitudes absorbed by girls and teens will women feel free to develop to their full academic, career and leadership potential. Please visit our website: http://cp.mcafee.com/d/5fHCMUp43qb33XBPhOCUUrdEEEEIfFLKcCQkkkm7QT4kjpISrlZloDaAUshGpdISRMlKCqemhkQsTpLW5T1ksYCMaImgh5tTQhksMWUWXosCYzFISrdCM0p6kjWmGTexeD00sFfo85O7QAxVsDYjpIQsFI6PtPqpJUTsTsSyrh to learn more about National Stand Beside Her week.

The mission of Girl Scouting is to build girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place.   Girl Scouts Heart of the South encompasses 59 counties in east Arkansas, north Mississippi and west Tennessee.  The headquarters are located in Memphis, TN and regional service centers are located in Jackson, TN, Tupelo, MS, and Corinth, MS.  To find out more, visit them online at http://cp.mcafee.com/d/5fHCNESyMM-VsQsFKe6Pqaaab3WrXz9J5555xZdN54SrdCRvlm9OFe74qCjrdJs5rFCzBAld7dSr-xtMl7f9I2H5A4hntZ4l7ceKeKS79L8WrdCPpI04hB4-BGJPEjFM073pIQsFI6PtPqpJUTsTsSyrh.

Joan Carr

Advancement Manager

Girl Scouts Heart of the South

717 South White Station Road

Memphis, TN 38124

PO Box 240246

Memphis  TN  38117

901-334-3447 (direct)

901-596-6070 (cell)

901-797-2183 (fax)

joan.carr@girlscoutshs.org

Girl Scouts Heart of the South and the Memphis Fire Department are teaming up to host HERo Day, a high adventure career exploration day for girls in grades  6th-12th designed to give them a glimpse into the thrilling world of fire and emergency medical services.  The event will be held on October 3, 2015 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Chester Anderson Training Center, 4341 OK Robertson Rd, Memphis, TN 38127.

According to the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics only 3.7% of career firefighters are female. Girl Scouts believes that when it comes to careers, “if she can see it, she can be it.” Showing girls that women can succeed in fire or emergency medical service opens a world of career opportunities for them. The mission of HERo Day is to provide positive female role models for girls in these traditionally male-dominated fields.

On HERO Day, girls will have the unique opportunity to train alongside elite members of the Memphis Fire Department as they rappel from a two story building, experience simulated firefighting environments, learn Hands Only CPR, suit up in protective gear and tackle a life-saving obstacle course, meet women and men from the Memphis Fire Department and learn about the physical and educational requirements to become a member of the department.

Any girl in grade 6 to 12 may register for HERo Day, but pre-registration is required. Event fee is $20 per girls, which includes lunch, commemorative bandana and HERo Day patch. Girls can register online now until Friday, September 18 at www.girlscoutshs.org/hero.

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Memphis Heritage Christian School is offering free dinner aftercare for students in the Nutbush area. Students will enjoy a safe place for after school care, tutoring, homework help, extracurricular activities choice and free dinner.  Extracurricular activities include ballet, soccer, gymnastics, karate, dance, orchestral studies and culinary arts.  Students may also participate in activities and have dinner on the weekends.

High School students may also attend and “work” in aftercare, assisting younger students and gaining work experience to build their resume. Interested persons should contact Memphis Heritage by calling 901.377.7536, 901.335.7423 or emailmemphisheritage@yahoo.com.

“FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY – PRIVACY SENSITIVE – This email is meant only for the intended recipient.  Any misuse or unauthorized disclosure may result in both civil and criminal penalties.”  Please do not forward without expressed authorization from Memphis-Heritage Christian School (including LHEC/MIS), Faith Heritage Church and/or Heritage Community Outreach.  Permission granted only to intended recipient for the expressed purpose outlined in this email in regards to business related matters.

Ephesians 3:20

“Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow

Tauris Nelson, D.H.L, BSOL, MCS, JD/MBA

Little Heritage Enrichment Center, Memphis-Heritage Christian School, Memphis International School ED

Memphis CARES Announces the 7th Anniversary and Annual Mentoring Awards Program – January 31st

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From: Virginia Stallworth
Date: Tue, October 14, 2014
Subject: Openings at the Memphis Child Advocacy Center

“Greetings friends and colleagues,

We have two openings at the Memphis Child Advocacy Center, both in leadership roles. I am seeking qualified candidates for Development Director, and Prevention Director. I am looking for folks with strong values, a commitment to excellence, and the ability to get the job done. I’ve attached the postings for each position. I would be most grateful if you shared with others who you think may be good candidates or who may know good candidates.

 Thanks!”

CAC Prevention Director Job Posting

CAC Development Director Job Posting