Engaging in Confidence

Believe in Yourself
Research conducted by the AAUW concludes that ‘The confidence gap starts young: between elementary school and high school, girls’ self-esteem drops 3.5 times more than boys.

How can we help to improve the confidence of young women who maya feel intimidated to endorse their own successes? With DDP, leaders have the opportunity to model for young women behaviors in confidence that spark the tenacity needed to develop into self-assure adults.

Monthly interschool workshops are provided to local middle and high school students with a mission to ‘help young women mature as contributing members of society. See how you may be able to get involved with DPP activities focused on improving critical thinking, social relationships, financial literacy and more here.