Voice Leadership Camp for Girls

Creating a fearless heart, a freedom mindset, and a future story for the next generation of World Changers.

What we do

The Voice Leadership Camp for Girls is a youth development program that delivers in-person VOICE facilitation to girls in grades 1st through 8th.  The girls, known as Voice Voyagers, are immersed in understanding how to harness the power of their VOICE and master their influence. Through an interactive curriculum, Voice Voyagers focus on voice identity, confidence, visibility, ownership, and amplification. Additionally, the curriculum provides voice strategies for building character, setting boundaries, and for self-advocacy.

How We Do It

Through our research-based curriculum, our overarching goal is to give students the voice tools and strategies they need to gain the courage to stand up, show up, and speak up for themselves. Engaging students in our interactive workbooks and activities helps us to make voice positioning education exciting, engaging, and empowering.

I am a Voice Voyager

Voice Leadership Camp for Girls encourages and celebrates diversity among the sisterhood of Voyagers.  The journey each Voice Voyager will take is sure to be transformational and world-changing!

Her VOICE can change the world.

In the Voice Leadership Camp for Girls, Voice Voyagers are given the tools and strategies to step into the courage to stand up, show up, and speak up. Every Voice Voyager will have the confidence that her voice can change the world.

There’s really no such thing as the voiceless.  There are only the deliberately silenced, or the preferably unheard.

Arundhati Roy

I am a Voice Voyager and I am learning to…

♦ Identify

♦ Trust

♦ Celebrate

♦ Amplify

♦  and Lead My VOICE!

Voice Voyagers Blog

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Voice Voyager Myla says...

My voice was created to change the world. When I open my mouth to speak, I have the power to make things happen. I can say good things that make people happy, or I can say bad things that make people sad. I will always use my voice for good. I will speak up when I see something wrong. I have learned that when you see something, you should say something. 

I will use my voice to spread the word of God. I will use my voice to make sure others know that God is always there for them and that He will protect them. I will use my voice to encourage others to use their voice and not be silent. I will always remember that my voice is powerful.

I learned that life and death can come from the words I speak. I will always speak life. I will speak life to people who are having hard times. I will speak life to people who are going through pain. I will speak life to people who are lonely and depressed. I will not be shy and will bravely speak even when it’s scary. Nothing will stop me from using my voice! -Age, 9

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Voice Voyager Jayla says...

I am a young lady that is a part of a family full of very influential, vocal, and powerful people. Two examples are my mom, Dr. Kristie Searcy, who is a teacher and minister, and my dad, Dr. Jamyle Searcy, who is a Pastor and teacher. They both help people become their best selves. With that background and my personal interests in mind, I’m realizing where my voice can be most effective. I am interested in a career in law because I want to help people find closure and help keep people safe. When I’m with my friends and family, I can be silly and vocally active. In other cases, I can be quiet and vulnerable to other people. I’m learning to harness the power of my voice to help myself and others in many different ways.  -Age, 14

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Voice Voyager Lauryn says...

Dear Fear,
I think we should take a break from each other. It’s not good to be friends because our friendship is breaking my voice and our friendship is making me scared of things I shouldn’t be scared of. Now that we are no longer friends I am going to use my voice when I need to and I am going to be scared of things I should be scared of and not things I shouldn’t be scared of. We have been friends for too long and I am GLAD to see you go. – Age, 8

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Voice Leadership Camp for Girls is fun and helps me learn how to use my voice more. I’m a Voice Voyager and my voice is power!

- Nancy, age 9

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I will help others by using my voice to stand up for them when they are being bullied.  And I will only use my voice for meaningful conversations.

- Tamar, age 10

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Being in Voice Leadership Camp has already made me more comfortable and confident with using my voice!

- Bella, age 8

Are you the next

Voice Voyager?

Applications have closed for the Fall 2023 cohort of the Voice Leadership Camp for Girls & Boys. If you’d like to join the waitlist and be contacted when applications open for the next cohort, please complete the waitlist form.