Freshmen Taylor McPherson and Esme Christou spent a Sunday at Stanford University’s d. school learning how to use design thinking to solve local and global problems. Girls Driving for a Difference led their original Find Your Drive program in the morning and then led the girls through an afternoon of action planning with their new Make Your Mark workshop. Taylor and Esme led a group working on solving the unjust and cruel conditions in prisons.
We made a video for a grant we are applying for. We would like to get professionally made tampon collection boxes. #tampontuesday #freetheperiod @periodmovement
We love our boys!! Happy Tampon Tuesday 🎉 Go and donate!
Aunt Flow came today! We have three of our boys helping load up boxes of tampons for Nancy’s Project. Thanks to Betty for coming and talking to our club today. 🎉🎉
#Repost @theyouschool with @get_repost ・・・ What if community service wasn't just a box to check for students, but a method for them to grow in their sense of purpose and meaning? Listen in on a conversation with @leighcambra from @thisclubsaveslives from Carmel High School.⠀ ⠀ [link in bio]⠀ ⠀ #forthesakeofkids #purpose #meaning #collegeadmissions #communityservice #identity #discovery #selfreflection
From @periodmovement , crazy that we use this many products and some people can’t get any!
Sophomore club members visiting River School today to help the ALP program learn about empathy and helping others. #wearecarmelunified