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Mission Statement

Our vision is to positively impact the lives of teenage girls through: Building self esteem Preparing for the future (educationally, personally and professionally) Providing service to the community Being positive examples and mentors

Description

The Mademoiselle Service & Social Club (The Club) was founded in 1960 on the campus of Booker T. Washington High School and the High School for the Engineering Professions in Houston, Tex. by Mlle. Patsy Meeks, an English teacher. This organization was founded on the principles of promoting finer young womanhood and uplifting the community.

The MLLES (Mademoiselles) Alumnae, Inc. (The Alumnae) is a 501 (c)(3) charity formed in 2004 by Mlles. Shannan E. Johnson and Brandii R. Mayes that provides programming, service projects and scholarships to young women of color. The largest of these programs is the Annual Mademoiselle Conference with workshops covering health, higher education, social and life skills.

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http://www.themademoiselles.org

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