Teen SMART

Sisters Mastering Academics and Realizing their Talent

Teen SMART, formerly known as Developing Leaders Mentoring Platform (DLMP) provides female public high school sophomores and juniors with tools and resources to acheive leadership success. Students are mentored through a series of leadership and social development workshops and college exploration activites. Mentors inspire our fellows to create opportunities for success by helping them realize and develop their unique talents to transform their lives and communities around the world.

Mentor Amber Bonds
Mentor Amber Bonds

Bio chemistry major at the University of New Haven in Connecticut.

Mentor Keisla Medina
Mentor Keisla Medina

Business Major at the University of New Haven in Connecticut.

Mentor Maria Torvar
Mentor Maria Torvar

Forensic Science major at University of New Haven in Connecticut.

Mentor Arianna Jackson
Mentor Arianna Jackson

Majoring in Criminal Justice-Investigative Services with a minor in Psychology at the University of New Haven in Connecticut.

Lindsay Morales
Lindsay Morales

Majoring in Psychology at Southern Connecticut State University ( SCSU).

Chevelle Burrell
Chevelle Burrell

Majoring in Psychology at Sounthern Connecticut State University (SCSU).

Our Fellows Love WOPN

Brionna
Brionna

Architectural Drafting

Kim
Kim

Architectual Design

Chantelle
Chantelle

Psychology

Katherine
Katherine

Physics / Engineer

Tiffany
Tiffany

Future Anthropologist

Colby
Colby

Psychology

Teen SMART Girls
Teen SMART Girls

1st  Cohort to graduate!
1st Cohort to graduate!

Mentors in motion!
Mentors in motion!

Teen SMART Girls
Teen SMART Girls

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Enrollment Criteria      

 

Candidate Must Be:

1. A female sophomore or junior

2. Enrolled in a public school in Greater New Haven 

3. In good academic standing ( C or better)

4. Complete a written essay and interview

5. Available  Saturdays afternoons between 1:00-4:00 

 

 It is our goal to secure funding for this program to avoid cost to families. 

 

Financial support is given to students that show significant need when funds are available.