The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Long Island Chapter, Inc., is a not-for-profit organization, whose vision is the full participation of Black women in the mainstream of Long Island economy.  
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2014-15 Teen Mentoring Program

Nicky Hendricks-HolmanBy Nicky Hendricks-Holman,
NCBW LI Teen Mentoring Chairman



The purpose of the mentoring program is to support the NCBW, Long Island Chapter organizational goal of collaboration and advocacy. The program is designed as a creative alliance between NCBW and the Lady of Distinction program at Turtle Hook Middle School. The goal is to provide an experience that exposes African American teenage girls to successful people that motivate and empower them to be effective leaders. This program has been developed to enhance political awareness, to prepare them for achievements in the business world, and to help them to develop a sense of advocacy and civic responsibility.


Format: Teen mentoring will be a group mentoring experience.  The 2014-2015 program will consist of monthly group presentations made to the Lady of Distinction.

The monthly sessions will take place at our collaborating Turtle Hook Middle School. The program will take place from October 2014-June 2015.

October 16, 2014 - "STEM careers" - Led by NCBW Long Island Member, Lauren Liburd
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December 11, 2014
- Led by NCBW Long Island Member, Lindamichelle Baron

January 22, 2015 - "Human Communications" - Led by NCBW Long Island President Emeritus, Dr. Patricia Hill-Williams
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February 12, 2015 - "Interview Skills" - Led by NCBW Long Island Member, Valerie Tingle

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March 19, 2015
- "Taking Care of Your Body" - Led by NCBW Long Island Member, Dr. Michelle Reid
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April 30, 2015
- "Dining Etiquette" - Led by NCBW Long Island President, Wilma Holmes Tootle
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June 5, 2015 - "2015 Ladies of Distinction Black & White Ball" with NCBW Long Island member, Dr. Lindamichelle Baron
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