Black Pearls'
Young Women's Conference


Black Pearls 2019 Literacy Project

Essay Contest Salute to the Most Admired Women 

As a part of the 2019, 3rd Annual Young Women's Conference the Black Pearls have orchestrated a special project for their annual conference.

The Literacy Initiative is being used as a tool to motivate youth to write an essay about a single women who is very dear to them.  Any adult female of their choice; mother, sister, aunt, cousin, teacher, etc.  The student can enter someone into the Black Pearls “Salute to Most Admired Women” Essay Contest by writing a  ONE PAGE essay describing why you think that special someone should be called a “Most Admired” Adult Woman".

The essay contest is open to all youth both male and female ages 8-18 years of age!

Please note the Deadline for essay submissions is February 12, 2019.  It is worth noting that Winners will receive monetary awards!

For additional information, please see the flyer to the right!

Be sure to communicate to all youth to take advantage of this opportunity.

PLEASE NOTE LOCATION CHANGE: Pinellas Technical College
                                                                901 34th Street South
                                                                St. Petersburg, FL

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Register Now!     2nd Annual
Young Women's Conference
Pre-registrations have started for the upcoming Black Pearls' Young Women's Conference (YWC).  Don't delay signing up - Seating is limited!

Topics of interest include Health & Beauty Tips and Robotics & Stem.  You will not want to miss this very important educational and fun event.

Parent/Adult Workshops are available.  Open to the public.

The Inauguural NCNW Young Women's Conference, April 2017 was a huge success; to read the article published by The Weekly Challenger, click here .
Ms.  Emma Alaba 
Featured "STEM  In Action Workshop Educator"

Ms. Emma has been very active in robotics for 20 years, and her Robofest STEM initiative partnership with Lawrence Technological University in Michigan since 2008. She have hosted and organized local, regional and international competitions for 10 years. These autonomous robotics competitions give students K-16 the opportunity to compete with other students from all over the United States and the world. Students learn how to design, build and program robots to compete in these STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) events. The STEM knowledge and experience gained is - PRICELESS.
Ms. Emma’s mission today, ‘STEM in Action Workshop’ is to inspire and challenge you to dive into the adventurous and dynamic world of STEM robotics which is the pathway to the 21-century jobs.

See You There :)