Career stories to inspire youth

By My Sister’s Keeper

  • Feb 10, 2022
  • 9 AM PT
  • Team Based
  • Free
About this Event

Record career stories to inspire and support young girls

Volunteers will narrate their career journey in the form of audio or video explaining their career fields, how they got to where they are, and the skills young women should work on developing for that field. This will help young women from underserved communities get access to knowledge and empower them to explore different career paths. 

About Nonprofit

My Sister’s Keeper Success Institute is a group of champions who serve young women on a virtual platform by helping girls visualize ways to change the world through mentorship. They focus on changing that narrative and creating a seat at the table for young women to lead important and groundbreaking changes that will impact their communities and the world. 


The career stories you record will inspire and encourage young African Americans. The video will illuminate the fields of healthcare, IT, and vocational trades to educate the youth of the African heritage. It will provide access to knowledge about diverse career opportunities. 

A Thousand Colors of Justice

A picture is worth a 1000 words, and we want you to design those 1000 words on racial equality and share it with the world. A thousand colors of justice aims to create a library of illustrations spreading the message of racial equality and justice for nonprofits working towards the cause. Get your creativity going and help in creating a collection of illustrations for these nonprofits. Your submissions will be used by nonprofits across the globe in their social media, print media and other marketing channels.

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