Jewell Jackson McCabe Emerging Leaders Institute, Inc. Overview
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Target demographics: Female leaders ages 11 and up
Direct beneficiaries per year: Approximately 250
Someone who had 3 hours of volunteer time could: Help manage our social networking sites, professional networking sites, increase our community exposure, research organizations we could develop partnerships and/or collaborative efforts.
Geographic areas served: USA
Programs: ELI is comprised of six divisions: Leadership, Young 100, TIFFANY, Apprentice, JEWELLS, and Shadow. The Leadership Division coaches women, already well into their careers, to expand their vision of success to encompass leadership and service, and cultivate their strengths to achieve their goals. The Young 100 Division equips traditional college-aged young women with the tools necessary to transition smoothly from the collegiate to corporate setting. The Apprentice Division instills in teenage girls the foundation necessary to succeed in any setting - corporate, governmental, and entrepreneurial. The Joining Emerging Women Everywhere to Learn, Lead, and Succeed (JEWELLS) Division of ELI fosters a foundation for female middle school students ages 11 to 13 to acquire the necessary skills to succeed in any professional or civic setting. The Training in Facilitation; Fostering A New You (TIFFANY) Division structures the framework for each ELI division administers, recruits, and trains qualified professionals to led program courses.
The Shadow Division provides brand enhancement and mentor support for participants in the other divisions. ELI also offers continuing education courses during annual retreats.