MyPower, Inc.          

P.O. Box 1756

Hobbs, New Mexico  88241

  (575)631-7029

 

 

MyPower's Local Fundraising Drive

Empowers the Young Women in our Community!

 

 

MyPower, Inc. is a non-profit organization that's all about empowering young women to successfully navigate the teen years by making good choices, succeeding academically, and avoiding teen pregnancy. 

MyPower has kicked off their Capital Fundraising Drive!  Please consider investing in our community’s greatest resource...our youth.

Questions or Concerns:

Elaine Sena, Executive Director (575) 631-7029

Sandi Socolofsky, Executive Assistant (575) 390-2210

Zurrie Cortez, Program Director (575) 942-9290

  • We thank all of the MyPower donors for their contributions!

 

 

Click link below to see Passing on the Power (Donor List).


 
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MyPower needs YOU as a Volunteer Mentor!

 

We are actively recruiting facilitators for our fall 2014-2015 MyPower Middle School Edition and spring 2015 MyPower Mentoring Circles.  This is an opportunity to make positive change in our community!

 

To Register for a MyPower Facilitator Training:

Call or Text: Executive Director, Elaine Sena/575-631-7029

Email: Mypowerinc@gmail.com

 

By becoming a mentor, you will help write new chapters in the story of a young girl's life.  All it takes is a few hours a week for 12 weeks.  Plus, all girls enrolled are voluntarily committed to improve their lives, which makes the mentor relationship a positive one from the start.

 

To sign up to be a MyPower Facilitator simply print off the Application, Position Description, and Child Abuse Prevention Policy. 

 

Mail Application to:

 

MyPower, Inc.

PO Box 1756

Hobbs, NM 88241

 

After the application has been received, you will be contacted.  Please feel free to call if you have any questions or concerns.

 

 

Please join us in empowering

the young women in our community!

            Girl Power! Fun Power!

MyPower works to help girls of potential become inspired and empowered young women.  Young girls from all backgrounds have the potential to achieve great things in life! Encouragement to dream big and set goals opens a world of opportunities for our youth.  The 12 week MyPower Mentoring Circles, The MyPower Middle School Edition, and the MyPower Quantum Leadership Camps work to do just that. 

 

MyPower's programs complement the core values learned at home and support the importance of succeeding academically and avoiding risky sexual behavior. 

 

  

 

MyPower's Mentoring Circles

 

MyPower, Inc. offers girls a 12 week structured and self-esteem program through its Circles.  Sessions are held once a week for two hours after school.  The program was customized from a well researched program that has been proven to help girls avoid issues like teen pregnancy and academic failure.  We address these issues in a straight-forward and relevant manner.  The sessions are facilitated by trained and seasoned volunteers who are educators and business women right here from Lea County. 

 

The MyPower weekly curriculum focuses on a number of important and relevant topics, including:

 

Who I Am! (Self Awareness)

Feeling Good about ME (Body Image/Nutrition & Exercise)

My Best Character

MY Power of "NO!"

Being a Good Friend

Being Smart in the CYBERWORLD!

God's Masterpiece

Facts and Consequences

Breaking Cycles

Tackling Tougher Classes

Differences That Make Us Special

My Future (University Tour & Career Fair)

Graduation Time ... A Celebration!

 

 

                            MyPower's

            Middle School Edition

 

MyPower's Middle School Edition is empowering 6th, 7th, and 8th grade girls to reach their full individual potential by providing fun, social, and learning activities geared toward preventing teen pregnancy, developing personal confidence, academic excellence, and enhanced life skills.  It is a seven session, once a month program offered during Advisory/HomeRoom period to all middle school girls at Heizer, Houston, and Highland.  All sessions are facilitated by trained and seasoned volunteers who are educators and business women right here from Lea County.   

 

                                       MyPower

        Quantum Leadership Camps

 

The MyPower Quantum Leadership Camps are exciting day camps for girls, which instill academic and social skills in a dynamic and entertaining setting! Programming for this day camp is provided by the internationally recognized Quantum Learning Network of California.  Middle School girls can look forward to fun and fulfilling learning experiences, free MyPower t-shirts, games, academic and skill-building activities, graduation, and an exclusive pool party.  The camps are held in late summer at the University of the Southwest. 

 

 

 

 

  MyPower, Inc. Board of Directors

 

Melonie Ankerholz,  Registered Nurse, URENCO USA

♦ Becky Bass, Staff Accountant, Johnson Miller &Co.
♦ Gary Beal, CIC, Agent/ Owner, Leavell Insurance, Inc.

Chris Driskill, M.D., Physician

 ♦ Pat Duran, Principal, Edison Elementary
Kristi Goodwin, President, TNK, Inc.

  Lisa Hardison, Ed. D., URENCO USA

 ♦ Mary Harris, Ed. D., Dean of Education, USW

Will Hawkins, Assistant Superintendent, Hobbs Municipal Schools
Emily Navarrete, Bilingual Teacher, Hobbs High School
Evelyn Rising, UNM Health Sciences Center, Health Extension Rural Officer

Lisa Robinson, Principal, Broadmoor Elementary  

Phoebe Latimer Spencer, Owner, Latimer Farm, LLC 
♦ Rebecca Titus, Professor of Criminal Justice, NMJC

Marianne Westbrook, Ph.D., Dean of Arts & Sciences, USW, & Owner, Zia Consulting, Inc.

♦ Annie Wimbish, Retired, Hobbs Municipal Schools
♦ Barry Young, Deputy Fire Chief, Hobbs Fire Department

 

Executive Director: Elaine Sena

 Executive Assistant: Sandi Socolofsky

 Program Director: Zurrie Cortez

To review MyPower, Inc.'s 2011 990 EZ please click on the link above.

2014

MyPower Quantum

Leadership Camps

July 28 - 31, 2014 

 

For girls entering 6th, 7th, and 8th grades

 

OVER 285 PARTICIPANTS Registered!

 

 

 

 

Transportation to the MyPower Quantum Leadership Camps is available at the following schools:


Southern Heights

Edison

Will Rogers

Jefferson

Sanger

Broadmoor

Mettie Jordan in Eunice


School buses will pick up girls at 8:30 A.M. at the above schools and bring them back by 4:30 P.M.

Scroll down to the bottom of the page to find MyPower's Calendar of Events for Camp!

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Do You Want More Information About MyPower, Inc.? 

Our Backgrounder will provide  a wealth of information about MyPower's history, remarkable growth the last four years, goals, and future.  Simply click on the icon of the document above.