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- 2900 Girls From 40 States Learned Business Skills During Corona Era, Now Taking Big Decisions Without Fear
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By joining Girls with Impact, 15-year-old Neha Shukla from Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, created a sensor that alerts the wearer that someone is 6 feet or less away.
- Program making girls and school girls self-reliant – girls with impact
- Experts believe that learning from this program helps girls to take big decisions at the age of 20
Like all parents, Page Curtin had planned summer training for her 12-year-old daughter at the end of the school year, but could not complete due to Corona. In such a situation, she came to know about the Girls with Impact Program, under which girls are taught skills related to financial, business and money placement.
He linked the daughter to it, she joined the mask awareness campaign. According to Jennifer Openshaw, CEO and Wall Street executive of this program, we want to prove that young girls in America are skilled and given enough training that they can do better in business or other fields, it is good for them and Also for the future of the country.
More than 2900 girls from 40 states were taught business skills
Since the outbreak of the Corona epidemic, more than 2900 girls from 40 US states have been taught business skills through this program, now they are going to turn their passion into enterprise. In this program, girls aged 12–18 were taught the tricks to plan and implement business under the leadership of business personalities and instructors. Experts believe that learning from this program helps girls to take big decisions at the age of 20. Whether it is buying a car, admission to college, managing debt or financial decisions, they are unable to take fear. Do not depend on anyone?
A 15-year-old student's device alerts from 6 feet away
By joining Girls with Impact, 15-year-old Neha Shukla from Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, created a sensor that alerts the wearer that someone is 6 feet or less away. In fact, Neha was at risk of getting coronas of elderly grandparents infected, keeping them in mind, she made the device. You can also apply it in a cap or mask. Now Neha is working closely with companies to make its design easier.