Shattering Glass Ceilings
The Supernatural Girl (SNG) is a non-profit mission focused on developing girls into confident leaders. Through a combination of group mentoring, special events, and evidence-based training, SNG girls learn to navigate social and economic barriers.
Peer pressure, images projected by media, substance abuse, sexuality, and many other topics present themselves in the daily lives of our young women. Now more than ever, girls need a strong moral, educational, spiritual, and intellectual foundation to succeed.Pictures can say a thousand word. But a thousand words, barely describe an SNG experience.
The Supernatural Girl Five Pillars of Power
Too often, girls face stark inequalities and horrific injustices that prevent them from reaching their highest potential. To overcome this, girls must discover and embrace their unique identity as early as possible. Developed by Dr. Jason and Natalie Jackson, the Five Pillars of Power were created to address the core developmental needs of young women in the modern age.
1. Identity & Purpose –This Pillar develops the participant's understanding of their naturally-supernatural identity, unique qualities, and ability to navigate the different seasons of life. Topics include:
2. Life Skills Education – This Pillar develops the participant's ability to fully function in everyday life by attaining the essential skills required to communicate, manage resources, and positively contribute to their community. Topics include:
3. Health & Wellness – This Pillar develops the participant's capacity to nurture their physical well-being through positive behaviors relating to nutrition, hygiene, exercise, and self-perceived body image. Topics include:
4. Business & Entrepreneurial Education – This Pillar develops the participant's ability to identify, build and navigate their professional paths. Topics include:
5. Character Education –This Pillar develops the participant's emotional intelligence, self-management ability, and corresponding social skills to promote positive character development.
Research shows that a girl's confidence in her leadership abilities starts to decline in middle school. Unfortunately, this lack of leadership confidence contributes to a disparity in the world's gender leadership gap. The Five Pillars of Power nurtures girls into well-rounded leaders prepared to impact the world at any level.