Check-in for registered participants and volunteers will be at the William T Young Campus Center on the campus of Transylvania University beginning at 8am on Saturday, April 14. There will be no registration on site. Click here for more information, which includes links to the permission slip and parking map.
To empower girls by partnering with them to set and achieve tangible goals for themselves
through entertainment, education, and above all inspiration.
The next Be Bold Workshop will be held on April 14, 2018, for girls 9 to 18, featuring
inspirational speakers, activities and sharing on a variety of topics.
Registration for the 2018 Be Bold Workshop is now open! Choose between concentration tracks in: Molecular Gastronomy with Cagney Coomer and NerdSquad Social Justice with the Harry Potter Alliance Engineering with The National Society of Black Engineers Theatre with Mitzi Sinnott Register by clicking here
Parents & Guardians Must provide a completed Be Bold 2018 Permission Slip Below is a MAP for free parking when dropping off and picking up youth A guardian must physically drop off and pick up youth. The person who dropped her off is not required to pick her up, but adults signing her out must provide photo ID and […]
Registration is now open! Choose between concentration tracks in: S.T.E.M. featuring NERD SQUAD Entrepreneurship featuring Ranada West Riley and CEDIK Justice featuring Tanya Torp Theater featuring Mitzi Sinnott Sorry! Registration is now closed. You can submit payment or request scholarship via our payment page Payment
Date / Time: September 26, 2015. 10 am to 5 pm Location: BCTC, Newtown Campus Cost: $10/participant (scholarship available)
Date: November 1, 2014 Time: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Where: University of Kentucky, Student Center Cost: $5.00 (scholarships available) – Lunch Included Step 1 – Register Participants here Step 2 – Pay online here
“Participating in Staging Voices I learned to be much more confident. Coming to Staging Voices has really taught me that my opinions matter.” ~ Loren The Kentucky Historical Society’s Staging Voices is a six month program bringing teenage girls together from across the state to collect oral histories, study women’s rights issues and create an […]