A leadership program for young girls, inspiring them to be leaders
making a positive difference in the world.
Brought to you by Alumni of Ivy League & Top Global Universities
30 th November-11 th December onwardsApply
30 th November - 11 th December 2020
10:30am - 12pm (Sri Lanka time)
Ivy Girls Lead provides the positive environment, opportunities, and connections to help young girls discover the leader within themselves. The program is for girls aged 15-19, who want to learn more about herself, her goals and dreams in a fun and positive environment.
Ivy Girls Lead will provide a peak into what it takes to be an accomplished leader in any chosen field. Since every girl is unique, the programme will help participants discover their true strengths and aspirations, and how they can be harnessed to achieve great heights.
Our research-based programming will guide the participants in a safe space to learn critical thinking & communication skills, self-awareness & confidence and develop a deeper relationship with themselves as well as their peers and mentors. We hope to create a tribe of girls who are self-assured to take on the challenges of an increasingly specialized, competitive world.
The program will be hosted online where we will engage in group discussion, personal reflection, and hands-on activities from 30th November-11th December onwards along with 3 months of mentorship support
Interactive lectures and workshops with experts, case studies and group work, with your peers.
Weekly check-ins with your lead instructor. Mentor meetings to provide you with individualised feedback.
Our instructors are successful women leaders from business, government and the not for profit world.
We will help the girls create a self-development project and provide them mentorship for 6 months to help achieve their goals.
Identify your values and how to leverage your strengths
Increasing confidence in your ideas and taking risks
Embrace and accept your unique self
Build relationships with peers and mentors
Learn what it means to be a leader and inspire others
Break stereotypes on the kind of careers women can pursue
Learn how to manage yourselves digitally by drawing boundaries to stay emotionally healthy
An overview of the topics that we will
be covering through the program
Your Ivy Girls Lead experience will be challenging. It will be intense. And it will be worth it. Join us for this ground breaking and life changing experience
2 hours of online masterclasses
through the program to build skills,
community and confidence.
Interactive class discussions,
instructor check-ins, and feedback
From 30th November to 11th
December, and mentoring calls
in December, January and
Students must have a
computer with Internet access
that allows video streaming
for the duration of the
program to attend our
interactive classes online
The program will be taught by alumni
of Ivy League and other top global
universities. Successful female leaders
and mentors from various industries
will share their insights on building
your whole selves
The program is for girls between
the ages of 15-19 from across Sri
Lanka. We are looking for students
who are curious, passionate, and
ready to develop their skills as a
Your investment for the course is Rs. 35,000/- inclusive of the full program experience along with 3 month of mentorship support in the form of a monthly call with a mentor.
We want to get a sense of you, your goals, what inspires you, and what you want to accomplish. Apply before 13th November, and our team will get in touch with you.
Participants will receive a certificate on completion, which can be included in your college portfolio.
Swati Sahni is the Founder of IvyPlus Network, a professional network of alumi from the top global universities. Swati has worked in the school education space for the last decade internationally with organisations such as the UNICEF, World Bank and Ministry of Education, Government of India. She has also worked with prominent civil society organisations and been a teacher herself. Swati graduated with a Masters in International Education Policy from Harvard University, where she was a Fulbright-Nehru Scholar. Swati loves hiking in the Himalayas, riding her bike and cooking Mexican food.