Programs and Events
Free water and popcorn.
There will be a free backpack with school supplies given to the first 25 students at the movie.
Despite his family’s generations-old ban on music, young Miguel dreams of becoming an accomplished musician like his idol Ernesto de la Cruz. Desperate to prove his talent, Miguel finds himself in the stunning and colorful Land of the Dead. After meeting a charming trickster named Héctor, the two new friends embark on an extraordinary journey to unlock the real story behind Miguel’s family history.
Agua y palomitas gratis.
Habrá una mochila gratis con útiles escolaresentregados a los primeros 25 estudiantes en lapelícula.
A pesar de la prohibición de la música de generaciones de sufamilia, el joven Miguel sueña con convertirse en un músicoconsumado como su ídolo Ernesto de la Cruz. Desesperadopor demostrar su talento, Miguel se encuentra en laimpresionante y colorida Tierra de los Muertos. Después deconocer a un encantador tramposo llamado Héctor, los dosnuevos amigos se embarcan en un viaje extraordinario paradescubrir la verdadera historia detrás de la historia familiarde Miguel.
Diversity: Employing a team that’s reflective of the society in which it exists and operates. It incorporates all of the elements that make individuals unique from one another.
Inclusion: Inclusion refers to the behaviors and social norms that ensure that people will feel welcome. Creating an inclusive culture will improve productivity and engagement in the workplace.
YWCA Hanover offers the following workshops:
- Fostering an Inclusive Climate
- Unconscious Bias
- Custom Workshops
Instructor: Deb Smith
YWCA Hanover’s Social/Racial Justice Coordinator
After 34 years, Deb retired from the Hanover Public School District as a music/theatre teacher. She holds a BS in Music Education from Millersville University, MA in Holocaust and Genocide Studies from Gratz College, and a Certificate in Diversity and Inclusion from Cornell University.
For more information call 717-637-2125 or e-mail email@example.com
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Emerge – The Hanover Area Conference for Women is a one-day professional and personal development event for women that will feature engaging speakers sharing inspirational stories and leading seminars on the issues that matter most to women, including health & wellness, career development, leadership, work/life balance, and more. The conference will offer incredible opportunities for business networking, professional development, and personal growth.
Registrations and Sponsorships are available now. Follow the link below to the Emerge Home Page
No registration required. These are Facebook Live Events. Follow us: https://www.facebook.com/YWCAHanover
Explore world issues from different perspectives and learn more about your neighbors through this new monthly virtual series, created by YWCA Hanover. Each conversation brings together individuals in our community from different disciplines, and life experiences to discuss a range of social, educational, political, and religious topics.
Enlightened Conversations will resume in the fall.
Girls Loving Life Fall 2021
FALL Session Begins October 2, 2021
Program Date: October 2, 2021 – November 13, 2021
Program Time: 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM
Program Location: YWCA Hanover, 23 West Chestnut Street
Registration is required.
Girls Loving Life is for girls grades 2-8 & youth mentors grades 9 -12. This program seeks to inspire, encourage, and motivate young girls in our community to love themselves and value each other! Girls Loving Life was created by YWCA Hanover and funded by The Allstate Foundation and in partnership with Utz Quality Foods Women’s Mentoring Group.
Girls in grades 2-8 participate in activities, friendship, and fun.
Girls in grades 9-12 participate as mentors, role models, and youth leaders.
Girls Loving Life focuses on five tenets to build self-esteem, encourage kindness, and help girls develop resiliency, grit, and compassion:
Love your body: living your best healthy life
Love your soul: valuing and accepting yourself
Love others: being kind, accepting, and contributing to the community
Love to learn and grow: taking risks, facing challenges, and being a lifelong learner
Love life: celebrating and enjoying each day
Girls Loving Life is made possible through a generous grant from the Allstate Foundation and in partnership with the UTZ Women’s Mentoring Group
“Teaching the girls of today to be the leaders of tomorrow.”
The goal of YWCA Hanover’s Social/Racial Justice Program is to create a more inclusive and welcoming community. Through education and discourse, we hope to foster sustained civic engagement leading to positive change on issues related to racial and social inequity.
Our Social/Racial Justice pages can be found here: Click Here to get involved
YWCA Youth Leadership Council
Upstanders Leadership Council is open to any individual in grades 7 – 12 who has an interest in creating positive change in our community. The supervisory board is comprised of YWCA Hanover staff in partnership with area school district teachers, administrators, and volunteers.
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
YWCA Hanover Safe Home
The community support for what we do is inspiring, and for that, we thank each and every one of the walkers, donors, sponsors, and supporters.
This year’s walk will be on Friday, August 13th, 2021
For more information on this event go here: Walk A Mile
The International Men’s March To Stop Rape, Sexual Assault & Gender Violence
Walk a Mile in Her Shoes® asks men to literally walk one mile in women’s high-heeled shoes. It’s not easy walking in these shoes, but it’s fun and it gets the community to talk about something that’s really difficult to talk about: gender relations and men’s sexual violence against women. By wearing women’s shoes, participating gentlemen symbolically put themselves in the place of women for the purpose of raising awareness about the dire effects of sexual and domestic assault in our community. Funds raised will help to provide services for survivors of domestic violence.
YWCA Hanover wants to hear from women about the issues that are most important to them.
Board members from the YWCA as well as the Executive Director will be leading small group discussions seeking your input on family and women’s issues.
Contact Rosemary Cintron for more information: email@example.com